Mary Magdalene CIC Mentoring Service for those leaving custody in order to support people with their immediate resettlement needs to access local resources & specialise in helping people to address cultural, religious, family, children, community relationship, debt, money issues & misuse of substance that may act to trigger for offending behaviour. We support each ex-offender on release with the aim of reducing re-offending, breaking the cycle of offending and equipping the offenders with the skills and motivation to re-enter society with a more positive frame of mind.
Service we provide
We offer an intense mentoring service supporting people from custody to community for the first 3-6 weeks post release, helping with the following support:
- Gate Pick up
- Housing Application & support
- Benefit application
- Access to drugs & alcohol services
- Access to Employment, Training, Education & Volunteering,
- Access to health care
- Debt & Finance
- Emotional Support
Mentoring is a one-to-one non-judgmental relationship. An individual (mentor) gives time to support and encourage another (mentee).