To provide an environment for meaningful reintegration.
To provide both accommodation and rehabilitative support for men released from prison and those involved in the Criminal Justice System.
Achieved by building relationships with prisoners, assisting them to regain independence on release and supporting them as they reintegrate with family and community.
To reduce re offending and ensure a safer community.
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Provides services (e.g. care / counselling)
Provides advice / information / advocacy, Provides religious services / activities
Accommodation / housing
Social services, Religious activities
Other (please state)
(Prisoners, released prisoners and family.)
Trust Structure: Prison Care Ministries' Trust Deed states the membership of the Trust shall not be less than 3 or exceed 6 in number and that the role of Chairperson must be filled by a Trustee
Prison Care Ministries operations are managed by a team of 4 paid employees: 1 full time Manager, 1 fulltime Office Manager, 1 fulltime Reintegration Officer 1 part time Councilor, 1 casual Support person. 12 Volunteers support the team with various activities.
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