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The Nelson Trust wants to make sure women leaving HMP Eastwood Park in Gloucestershire have adequate accommodation when they’re released.
HMP Eastwood Park faces significant challenges in finding suitable, sustainable and safe accommodation for women prior to their release. The most common rehoming situation is similar to that of a hostel, with shared facilities and no support services
The Nelson Trust aims to reduce the number of women released becoming homeless, and support the search for suitable accommodation based on individual need. It’s looking for support for the Re-unite project, which will include the full-time salary of a housing keyworker who will be based at its Gloucester Women’s Centre.
If we receive the most votes between now and Friday 20th July 2018 we wiill be awarded a grant of up to £25,000 to enhance our Re-unite Gloucestershire programme that enables women who have been seperated from their children during prison sentences to be reunited with them, and enhance their living situation to promote positive life choices.
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