IT IS ENCOURAGING TO KNOW THAT WHAT WE STARTED INTUITIVELY IS BECOMING RECOGNISED AS BEST PRACTICE. WE HOPE TO SEE GOOD HELP PRINCIPLES MAINSTREAMED. TO DO THIS, FUNDERS NEED TO JOIN THE DOTS AND INVEST IN THESE APPROACHES.
- Jeff MitchellManaging Director, Clean Slate
AT LAST THERE IS A NATIONAL PROJECT THAT IS DRIVEN BY AND DESIGNED FOR PEOPLE LIKE US. THE WAY WE WORK IS AS IMPORTANT AS THE WORK WE DO. FINALLY WE ARE BEING UNDERSTOOD AND RECOGNISED FOR WHAT WE ARE DOING.
“Despite waves of reform, reoffending rates in England and Wales have remained persistently high for the last 15 years. Yet evidence indicates that the vast majority of people in the criminal justice system (CJS) want to move away from crime.”
By Emma Kernahan and Jane Mansour
/ March 31, 2021
A small snapshot of the many employment support practitioners inside and outside the mainstream UK employment system who acknowledge the social determinants of work and specialise in providing Good Help