Our Partners

Three men working in partnership

Partnership working is key to our success. We work with criminal justice service agencies and other statutory agencies but beyond this we have developed partnerships with organisations from the third sector, to help us achieve our goals.

Statutory Agencies

We work in partnership with other statutory agencies in the criminal justice system such as the Police, Courts, the Prison Service and CPS.  We also work with agencies outside of the criminal justice system such as Local Authorities, housing providers and health services.  For example, our alcohol and drug treatment interventions are offered through partnership agencies which vary across the area.

Strategic Partners

Youth Support Service (YSS)

YSS (Youth Support Service) is a charity that helps people to help themselves, and we have been doing so for more than thirty years. There are thousands of people in our communities who struggle with life and face what seem to be insurmountable barriers - they are why we exist.


Willowdene purpose is simple: to see lives transformed and those who had previously walked under the shadow of addictive and chaotic patterns of behaviour set free to walk a productive path that leads them to a life fulfilled physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

Fry Accord (Springboard Project)

Fry Housing Trust was set up in memory of Margery Fry, a British prison reformer and the UK’s first female magistrate.

Since its formation, we have maintained our identity as a provider of specialist services to vulnerable adults with an offending history, many of whom have multiple and complex needs.

Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice is a network of independent charities throughout the United Kingdom that give free, confidential information and advice to assist people with money, legal, consumer and other problems.

Clear Counselling

Counselling provides a confidential and non-judgmental environment where you can work through your thoughts and feelings with a trained person centred therapist. Counselling provides the space for emotional exploration and development within a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship.