Commonweal, Housing for Women and NACRO will be speaking about the successful Re-Unite project for homeless mothers being released from prison.
The Re-Unite Project houses mothers who would be homeless on their release from prison, enabling these mothers to be reunited with their children.
The three-year evaluation of the Re-Unite Project undertaken by the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University is now available for you to read.
As part of the next phase of development, Commonweal is pleased to announce the appointment of Ashley Horsey as Chief Executive
Commonweal Chair, Fiona Mactaggart M.P. reviews our year 2008 – 2009.
St.Mungo’s and Commonweal sign agreements for the Chrysalis project.
In the winter of 2007, Commonweal became interested in the innovative work of St. Mungo’s in helping former sex workers to choose and adopt a different path in life.
Commonweal Chair, Fiona Mactaggart M.P. reviews our year 2007 – 2008.
Following the successful first eight months operation of the Re-Unite Project, Commonweal has agreed to commit approximately half-a million pounds worth of additional flats to launch a new strand to the project.
Baroness Jean Corston launches the Re-Unite project