Case Studies / Justice


As part of 3SC's Transforming Rehabilitation contract in Manchester, Robert - one of P3’s Service Users was moved to put pen to paper.
Adelaide House


Adelaide House Women's Approved Premises is situated in Liverpool, Merseyside and is one of only six such facilities in the country. They provide residential support and interventions for up to 20 adult women and work with 3SC on the Transforming Rehabilitation Contract.
Shelter logo


As one of our Transforming Rehabilitation partners, Shelter delivers; ‘In-Custody Resettlement Services’ in all Resettlement Prisons in the North West. Providing  housing advice, legal support and other services.


OT was referred to P3 at the beginning of August 2015.


Catch22, P3 and Society of St James deliver a variety of specialist services in custody and in the community across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. As a result they are currently working with 3SC and Purple Futures on the Transforming Rehabilitation Project. 3SC support all 3 organisations and contract performance manage the service.


P3 delivers link work services across the Purple Futures regions on the Transforming Rehabilitation Project. 3SC support P3 and contract performance manage the service.


“An important feature of the St Giles Trust is that there is a multiplier effect whereby benefits that accrue to individuals from their work as Peer Advisors are matched by benefits to the recipients of their advice”.


Louise is a 27 year old female who, prior to this current offence had no previous convictions. The WCP was able to facilitate Unpaid Work for Louise as the baby was placed in the WCP crèche and Louise could readily access her child in order to feed. The WCP could offer flexible working hours to fit around the children and Louise was able to complete her hours over three days each week.


H was referred to the women’s community project as part of a community sentence. H spent time with the work party and completing her hours of unpaid work in Miss Elainey’s – the Cambridge Centre’s social enterprise. She was able to attend training as part of her unpaid work and after achieving both her Maths and English level 1 awards was accepted onto a local college course to pursue her goal of working in the hair and beauty sector.


Client L was referred in for a 10 day specified activity after an offence involving alcohol. Throughout the sessions L engaged with the work she was completing, barriers were overcome by having a needs centred, service user led holistic approach at all times and her trust in the service and her worker continued to develop.
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