August 5, 2020
With training centres in 5 London prisons, one in HMP Leeds and one in the community in London, Bounce Back trains people in sought after construction industry skills. Offering an end to end solution from prison to employment their dedicated case managers engage with trainees 6 months prior to release to help them through their journey gaining skills and qualifications that can lead to employment on release either within their own painting and decorating social enterprise or with a number of construction industry partners with whom they work. Their aim is to change lives and break the cycle of crime by training people in custody for employment and a positive future.
The Mews Building, Unit 22, Castle Lane, Greater London, SW1E 6DR, United Kingdom
Work Tel. No.
020 7735 1256
No. of Paid Staff
No. of Volunteers
Does the organisation involve volunteers with experience of the criminal justice system?
Primary Field of Work
Custody or Community
Social Enterprise - non-profit
London | Inner London | City of London | Hackney | Hammersmith and Fulham | Haringey | Islington | Kensington and Chelsea | Lambeth | Lewisham | Newham | Southwark | Tower Hamlets | Wandsworth | Westminster | Outer London | Bromley | Croydon | Ealing | Merton | South East | Yorkshire and the Humber
Fields of Work
Advice & advocacy | Education | Employment | Personal development | Restorative justice | Training
People you work with
Black, Asian & minority ethnic people | Foreign nationals | Men | Prisoners with short sentences | Refugees & asylum seekers | Serious offenders | Women
Brixton | Downview | High Down | Highpoint | Leeds | Pentonville | Thameside | Wandsworth
Greater London | Thames Valley