Partnering to drive quality

We work with a broad range of partners, sharing resources and knowledge to help our service users reintegrate back into the community. Using our company values of being accountable, caring, transparent and collaborative, together with our partners we help service users transform their lives.

Catch 22

A social business that helps people turn their lives around. They work with our service users, providing mentoring.


A charity providing emotional and practical support to women across London. They provide crisis intervention, and specialise in dealing with domestic violence. Advance work with our female service users, using their Minerva Project for women involved in the criminal justice system.


A not-for-profit large scale social enterprise dedicated to delivering education, training and employability programmes in more than 100 sites within prisons, Approved Premises and the community. Novus currently provide education services in Rainsbrook STC and work within prisons in London to aid our resettlement work.


A charity that provides help and support for ex-offenders and people with mental illness. Penrose work with us in London, supporting within prisons. They also manage end to end low risk cases.

St Mungo’s

St Mungo's works to tackle homelessness, with 17 outreach teams providing a bed and support to over 2,800 people. We work with St Mungo's to provide housing advice and guidance to service users. They also support our work in prisons with resettlement advice.

St Andrew’s Healthcare

Providing specialist mental healthcare, St Andrew's provides care for men, women, children and adolescents, in addition to specialising in neuropsychiatry, autism and learning disabilities. They support our service users in need of mental healthcare.


The Single Homeless Project works across London to prevent homelessness and help vulnerable people to transform their lives. SHP support us in finding housing for service users.

Band of Brothers

A charity committed to positive social change for 18-25 year old male ex-offenders. They provide mentoring for our young male service users.

Thames Valley Partnership

A charity specialising in Restorative Justice and mentoring. They currently work with Thames Valley CRC.