Project 507 develops bespoke innovative solutions to facilitate self-awareness, emotional resilience and key skills among people living and working within the criminal justice system, by running programmes to address key issues within a group setting. Project 507 successfully ran over 30 programmes across 5 Prisons in London and the South East between 2013 – 2015
Our interventions are aimed at young people aged 11 -30 years old, who have been affected by violence and are medium to high risk. Our work within the Criminal Justice System includes workshops, human development programmes, specialist case management, through-the-gate services and one-to-one mentoring. All our work has the common objective of increasing young people’s self-esteem and emotional resilience, whilst working to challenge violent behaviour.
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