RAPt (The Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust)

RAPt (The Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust)

Charity information

RAPt (The Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust)

RAPt currently delivers treatment services in 21 prisons across the country and five projects in the community to help people overcome the grip of addiction and live a life free from drugs and crime. Approximately 15,000 people a year use RAPt services, from light touch interventions through to intensive treatment programmes.

Founded 1991

  • Mission statement

    RAPt believes that a high standard of 12-Step abstinence based treatment should be made available to all those seeking to overcome drug and alcohol dependence and that treatment should be available within the criminal justice system. We believe that offenders with a history of substance abuse can, with help and support, overcome addiction, which will bring about a reduction in criminal behaviour and promote healthier communities.

  • Aims

    RAPt (The Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust) aims to:

    • Empowering: We believe in nurturing self-belief and independence to empower people to achieve their goals
    • Collaborative: We seek out opportunities to collaborate with others, identifying common goals and complementary expertise and abilities. we strive to achieve the best outcomes together.
    • Expert: We approach problems using insights and evidence to find a solution. Our approaches are proven to work and make a positive impact.
    • Courageous: We are deeply committed to our work and ambitious in what we can achieve. We are unafraid to challenge or speak up if it’s needed to do the best work we can.
    • Innovative: We embrace creativity in all that we do. Whether seeking out new approaches, adapting and responding to changes around us, solving problems, or engaging others.
  • Overview

    Established: January 1991

    Registered Charity Number: 1001701

    Board members: 10

    Full time staff: 300

    Part time staff: 70

    Volunteers: 50

    Phone number: 020 3752 5601

    Address: the Foundry, 17 the Oval way SE11 5RR

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