March 15, 2021
Apex Trust provides information, advice and guidance to offenders/ex-offenders, supporting them into employment, training, education and voluntary work by assisting them in breaking down the barriers they face when moving forward with a conviction. Based in St Helens with outreach across the Liverpool City Region, ACT 4 Women is a peer support project. Beneficiaries are unemployed women ex-offenders. Former/current service users play a central role in its delivery & development. We offer Level 2 Award in Peer Mentoring, our accredited training programme, which involves opportunities to engage within communities and develop a positive sense of self, based on helping others. One of the key by-products of our work is to reduce re-offending and to achieve better integration of our clients into society. Our service is not time limited and is delivered at a pace to suit the individual to enable them to achieve their goals.
Apex Trust/Plan Bee Community Coffee Shop, 13 - 15 North Road, Merseyside, WA10 2TW, United Kingdom
Work Tel. No.
01744 612 898
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Primary Field of Work
Advice & advocacy
Custody or Community
Voluntary and Community Sector
North West | Merseyside (Met County)
Fields of Work
Advice & advocacy | Employment | Mentoring & befriending | Peer support | Personal development | Resettlement | Service user involvement | Volunteering
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