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Pathways to Change - Christmas Campaign 2018
Pathways to Change is an exciting rehabilitation therapeutic community programme delivered in Hampshire - supporting ex-offenders or those at risk of offending to break the cycle of offending, to live crime free lives and to become a valued member of society.
April 2018 - March 2021
Charity information: Kainos Community
Our mission is to work with those who are at risk of offending or have offended, establishing positive foundations so that they can lead crime-free lives and become contributors to society.
Every ex-offender helped means a step closer to making our vision and mission a reality. Ultimately, this means safer communities, fewer victims and restored lives.
Pathways to Change has a unique approach to bringing about change. We use cognitive-behavioural methods (CBT) within a group setting to develop pro-social thinking and behaviour. This is then put into practice within the safety of a residential therapeutic community.
To reduce the risk of offending, integrate participants back into society, making communities safer
Activities» To provide a residential therapeutic community programme to address attitude, thinking and behaviour and deliver CBT sessions 3 times a week.
» To provide health and well-being session to address mental health such as Equine assistance learning and restorative justice sessions.
» To provide and promote healthy living such as Independent cooking skills and fitness session.
» To deliver horticulture session to deliver work experience and garden therapy. These session will include community produce giving – foodbanks
What success will look like
To deliver the programme and support the participants to successfully graduating from the programme, acquiring a home, employment and not re-offending.
1. Graduates successful integrate back into society
2. New lives and safer communities
3. Reduced re-offending rate - Participants do not re-offending and live a crime free life.
The programme will be monitored on a monthly basis and evaluated every 6 months. Any issues will be address on a monthly basis. Our main concern would be not receiving referrals to the programme however we have made essential links with local and national prisons, probation, local authorities, other agencies or self-referrals to enable referrals to be made and processed effectively ensuring participants access to the programme.
We provide an annual report which will include the Pathways to Change programme. We also produce updates in our supporters magazine.
Budget - Project Cost: £131,787Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £97,785 Salary Funding for essential roles - Community Treatment Manager and Programme Faciliator £34,002 P2C Pathways to Change therapeutic community activities and sessions
Pathways to Change is delivered in Hampshire and is available for national referrals.
Ex-offenders and those at risk of offending
84% of our graduates from our ‘Challenge to Change’ programme do not reoffend in the first year following release.
Kainos believe that, given the right circumstances, surroundings and time, any offender can change experience over the last 15 years has proved that this can happen.
We are determined in our aim to help as many prisoners as possible develop healthy relationships through the combination of community living and the basic Christian value of loving one’s neighbour as one's self
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Community Treatment Manager
The Community Treatment Manager is an essential part of the programme their duties will be to oversee the residential therapeutic community programme
The Programme Facilitator
The Programme facilitator will deliver the programme, providing the participants with the support, skills and tools to live a crime free life.
Volunteers will provide on-going support to the programme team and participants, delivering activities and as mentor support in the community.
“P2C it has saved my life , it has given me the tools and belief I have a better future, and to learn to love myself again”