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The aim is to reduce reoffending in category D male prisoners within Derby and Derbyshire by addressing the key barriers to rehabilitation, such as improvement of self-confidence and motivation, improving transferable skills and employability, and by working with local businesses and the community to reduce stigma and discrimination. This is achieved through the 'breaking the cycle of re-offending' rehabilitation programme of training and support.
Current partners are APM, HMPPS.
Unit 14, Melbourne Business Court
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Access2Advice CIC formed in 2008, from a wider group of Citizens Advice and Law Centre Trustees and staff members and there is an SLA in place that enables A2A to benefit from CALC training materials and space, and volunteering opportunities.
Initial funding was from John Paul Getty Trust and the Allen Lane Foundation which ends in December 2013. Funding has just been secured from the Big Lottery Fund for three years and is due to end in 2016.
A number of documents have been produced that evidence the impact of the organisation and these will be uploaded to the website when it becomes available.