Each December, we look back at what we’ve achieved that year and look at some of the things that are important to people with criminal records.
The difference we make
Analysis of our beneficiary feedback on the long term impacts of our support shows people to have improved resettlement chances, suffer less social exclusion, and be empowered to achieve their potential. This all contribute to reduce re-offending by increasing the number of people who successful negotiate the on-going, changing and increasingly complex challenges which can derail the most positive of intentions. Ultimately, it means that people can move on positively with their lives.
Don’t take our word for it;
“When I first got in touch with Unlock I was very low, but they gave me the emotional support and encouragement I needed. I had felt very isolated but knowing that someone else was there who knew what I was going through kept me going. I don’t know if I’d be here today if it wasn’t for Unlock”
“This is a wonderful site with amazing advice! I just wish I had found it earlier, it would have saved me so much pain and tears.”
“I wrote to your organisation for advice on my own further educational development. This I must say was extremely beneficial, and helped cement my own passion and desire to prevent, if only one, from falling into a similar pattern of the revolving door. I have now been substance free for over 8 years.”
“The new DBS site leaves a lot to be desired in terms of info. Yours is much clearer and more helpful”
“I could not believe it when I found your website this evening. I am nearly in tears… I feel absolutely fantastic, more than that, it’s like being reborn”