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Re-Unite recently ran its first Re-Unite conference, a day that brought together delivery partners to discuss how the Re-Unite support model is developing as it is rolled out across England. Here we provide an overview of key points from the day
While it works hard at a practical level to ensure the Re-Unite project develops successfully, key partner Commonweal Housing is also busy raising awareness of the project to external audiences
The Re-Unite programme has been well received and so far is being rolled out across seven areas in England. Here Jane Glover, our Re-Unite Replication Officer gives the low down on her new role
Re-Unite South London, the initial pilot project run in partnership with Housing for Women, continues to go from strength to strength
Re-Unite South London has significantly reduced re-offending rates among mothers leaving prison, according to figures released in Commonweal Housing’s annual report.
Re-Unite South London won £1,000 in the Centre for Social Justice’s (CSJ) annual awards at a ceremony in central London in June.