Revolving Doors

Aims to improve the criminal justice system for people caught in the revolving door of crisis and crime. Is recruiting people with lived experience of criminal justice system to get them involved in research.


Helps people who have been on the wrong side of the law to turn their lives around. We do this by delivering family support and ex-offender employment programmes – both proven to reduce re-offending.

The Hardman Trust

Supports prisoners who are planning for their future beyond prison. The Trust encourages men and women to achieve self-set personal goals and feel empowered to take control of their lives.

Changing Lives

Supports with people who are in crisis or who need support to overcome serious challenges that can limit their opportunities. Works with people experiencing homelessness, drug or alcohol misuse, and unemployment.

Turning Point

Provides health and social care services. Works with people who need support with drug and alcohol use, mental health, offending behaviour, unemployment issues and people with a learning disability. England only.

Recycling Lives

Reduces reoffending by rehabilitating offenders through training and employment; supporting homeless men through stable accommodation and opportunities for training and employment; and supporting community groups by redistributing surplus food to ensure they can feed vulnerable groups.

Hub of Hope

The UK’s leading mental health support database. Lists local, national, peer, community, charity, private and NHS mental health support and services together, and you can search by location.

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