Langley House Trust

Langley House Trust

Charity information

Langley House Trust

We are determined and ambitious charity who are committed to changing the lives of prisoners so that they live crime-free and positively upon release.

Founded 1958

  • Mission statement

    Vision: Kainos will help to stop re-offending through changing lives.

    Mission: We are determined to reduce reoffending and enable men to live purposeful lives inside prison and after release in the community. Our mission is inspired by Christian values of social concern.

    Values: our ethos is underpinned by –
    Individual worth – each person is individually valued.

    Partnership – we work cooperatively with other agencies to deliver the best possible results.

    Willingness to learn – we continually evaluate and externally validate our effectiveness at reducing re-offending through accreditation and research.

    Supportiveness – we fully support our staff and volunteers, encouraging creativity and listening with respect to the needs and opinions of all those who work for us.

    Inclusivity – our programmes are open to all offenders, regardless of personal beliefs or background.

    Integrity – we behave in a fair, honest and ethical manner.

    Accountability – every person takes responsibility for his or her actions.

  • Aims

    Langley House Trust aims to:

    • Providing accommodation and support to offenders, those at risk of offending, and people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
    • Improving the health of men and women who have been in prison, or who are at risk of offending.
    • The provision of education to men and women who have been in prison, or who are at risk of offending.
  • Overview

    Established: September 1958

    Registered Charity Number: 290059

    Board members: 12

    Full time staff: 209

    Part time staff: 14

    Volunteers: 21

    Phone number: 07885 218406

    Address: 3&4 Manfield Ave Walsgrave CV2 2QJ

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