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Community Justice First

Community
Justice
First

Supporting health and wellbeing and reducing re-offending

WHAT WE DO

A-C-E  Achieving Compliance through Education
Structured group work programme

Prison throughcare support
Throughcare planning for release from prison

Reconnecting women’s programme
1-2-1 engagement and self – development programme

Mentoring
Building skills for independent living

 

ACE Structured Group work programme

Achieving Compliance through Education

The A-C-E  sessions are aimed at addressing offending behaviour by incorporating education on health and personal impact of substance use, coping skills, relapse prevention, achieving personal goals and maintaining recovery. It can fulfil a requirement as part of a CPO and also offer a focused educational opportunity as directed under a CJSW or PF.

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Prison Throughcare Support

Throughcare planning for release from prison

The service will provide person centred support to rehabilitation by providing a holistic approach, e.g. developing resilience, self-care and general well-being during the transition from prison into the community. We will provide advice and support with budgeting / debt management / housing and benefits. We will also offer other help to access other sources of community support. A harm reduction approach for drug and alcohol use will be used and interventions will be delivered to help address offending behaviour.

Reconnecting Women’s Programme

In addition to the throughcare programme on offer, women will be supported to engage in gender focused support and personal development. Women can attend a 6 session health and wellbeing programme on building resilience, self-care and positive coping skills. The service will offer 1-2-1 person centred support for women at risk who present with complex needs.

Mentoring – Building skills for independent living

The ROC Programme will adopt a person centred approach to service delivery; working alongside individuals to set achievable goals and successfully complete any mandatory or expected engagement in services. Individuals may also be encouraged to become a peer mentor or signposted onto other GCA services depending on suitability.

What we don’t do

It is not within GCA’s remit to provide treatment, prescriptions, rehab or detox services for dependant alcohol or drug use. Neither is it within our remit to treat acute mental health conditions, provide accommodation or emergency funds. However we will work with individuals and partner organisations to access specialist support to meet needs.

How to Contact us or Refer

Community Justice First
GCA (Glasgow Council on Alcohol)
14 North Claremont Street
Glasgow. G3 7LE

Tel: 0141 353 1800
Email: communityjusticefirst@thegca.org.uk

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