Achieve North West Connect (ANWC) work in close partnership with a range of sub-contractors and providers who support our delivery through providing services including mentoring, through the gate support, accredited training courses and employment.
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Our current supply chain comprises:
Adelaide House – Provide a range of services to support women across Merseyside, including mentoring, social and personal development and education, training and employment support.
Back on Track – a Manchester-based charity who provide one-to-one mentoring, training courses and jobs for disadvantaged offenders.
Re:vision – a charity who provide a tailored approach to job brokerage for our participants.
CROPT – Provide mentoring services in the community across Cumbria to improve social inclusion and employability.
Lancashire Women's Centre – Provide targeted interventions to Women, for women within Lancashire
Margaret Carey Foundation – Provide training opportunities for offenders with the additional barrier of significant mental health needs. MCF services will include one-to-one tuition on how to repair and recycle broken and dis-repaired bicycles; leading to training to become a bike mechanic. This practical work supports our participants with independent living and the development of practical and vocational skills.
POPS – Provide support to prisoners in HMP Wymott, HMP Garth and HMP Risley to re-establish family ties or community links following release.
QTT – Provide accredited vocational courses and employability courses for participants in custody and through the gate across the North West region.
Recycling Lives – Offer employment through a Green Industry Intermediate Labour Market focused on recycling for participants in the Lancashire region.
Restart Trust – Offer Short Industry-specific courses and employment opportunities in the community across Merseyside in green industries, through their Intermediate Labour Market recycling operations.
Re-vision – Provide job opportunities through their registered housing providers and job brokerage across the Greater Manchester community.
Salford Foundation – Provide a structured mentoring service to Prisoners in Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Cheshire
Sefton CVS – Offer mentoring services within HMP Liverpool and for men on release across the Merseyside region to assist in improving social inclusion and employability.
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