Confidential helpline offering support to sex-workers. Services include outreach with a team going to the red light area of Norwich to meet with the street based sex workers. Outreach also offers on-the-spot help, harm reduction advice, information on services, condoms and a hot drink. Further support includes drop-in service providing… Read More
Support and information helpline for families with a relative in prison. Can give information and support over the phone, via text messaging or through email facility and has a range of materials that can be posted or accessed via the website. Supports families and professionals throughout Scotland and carries out… Read More
The National Prisoners’ Families Helpline can support you if a family member is in contact with the criminal justice system. The Team can provide support and information on all aspects from what happens on arrest, visiting a prison to preparing for release. The website has information about what to expect… Read More
Unlock is an independent award-winning national charity, independent of Government, that provides a voice and support for people with convictions who are facing stigma and obstacles because of their criminal record, often long after they have served their sentence. Further support includes peer support, advocacy, free confidential helpline with advice… Read More
Provide support to prisoners, people with convictions and families. Support people to make a fresh start and minimise the harm that can be caused by imprisonment on people who have committed offences, on families and on communities. The national helpline is a free and confidential service. Helpline volunteers offer practical… Read More
Provides advice, information, support and advocacy to prisoners, their friends and families and those working in prison. Has a freephone and freepost service for prisoners and a landline number for everyone to use. Also provides advice by email and letter and produces information booklets and factsheets.
Confidential legal service for young people, including those in prison. An answerphone service is available and callers should make sure that their name, prison and prison number are clearly stated. Anyone can call the advice line if they have a problem that might have a legal answer. If unable to… Read More
Forcesline is a free and confidential telephone helpline and email service for current and former members of the Armed Forces and their families. The Team can provide factual information and ‘signpost’ ways forward to assist. Support extends to Regulars and Reserves in the British Army, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force… Read More