The court can sentence individuals to a maximum number of rehabilitation activity days, which involves the service user attending a combination of appointments and activities aimed at helping them to avoid reoffending.
Our trained staff deliver activities which can include one-to-one support or group-work. We also offer appointments with our supply chain partners who specialise in areas such as working with women, helping people find a place to live, giving practical support, or assistance from a mentor.
Below is a list of the rehabilitation activities we offer:
A programme to help individuals with drug, alcohol and other addictions to understand the reasons why they display a behaviour and the consequences of this on their victims, communities, families and themselves.
We strive to ensure our interventions for women are accessible, inclusive, responsive, and are based on individual needs. Our women-only group-work programme provides an environment to empower women by encouraging them to take control of their lives while supporting them in making informed decisions. It is women-only and supported by caseworkers who are women.
Offers targeted support to women who have been perpetrators of violence. It provides individuals with an understanding of how their personal experiences impact their anti-social behaviour.
A programme aimed at helping individuals to develop skills and strategies to combat low self-esteem and build personal strengths to help manage stress, anxiety and anger issues.
Targeted towards changing thinking and behaviours and designed to give participants strategies to manage their anger and avoid aggressive behaviour.
A programme designed for those whose behaviour is linked to relationship issues and who do not meet the eligibility criteria for the Building Better Relationships accredited programme. The intervention is suitable for men and women and aims to reduce the risk of serious harm posed by service users to their partners and or families from domestic abuse.
This programme helps participants to understand how their behaviour impacts on their children’s wellbeing and development.
Group-based sessions that help the service user recognise the impact of their behaviour on the victim and the wider community. They explore emotional skills such as empathy and perspective taking. It helps participants to understand that taking responsibility can have a positive effect on their future.