BGSW CRC Volunteer and Mentor

About BGSW CRC Volunteer and Mentor

BGSW CRC Volunteer and Mentor is a scheme to recruit and train volunteer mentors who can provide the support that can make a big difference to someone trying to turn their life around.

Pathways Covered

Alcohol

Overview

Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Community Rehabilitation Company brings together three of the most innovative and high achieving probation trusts in the country.

Our work plays a vital role in helping people rehabilitate and lead more positive lives.

We recruit and train volunteer mentors who can provide the support to someone trying to turn their life around.

What we do

Many of the people who come through the criminal justice system have a complex range of needs, yet they often lack the support network that could help them deal with their problems. Mentors can provide the support that can make a big difference to someone trying to turn their life around.

 

Often volunteer mentors will have no previous connection with the criminal justice system, but peer mentors will know it from the inside, and their genuine knowledge of how to come through the experience successfully and leave behind a life of crime can be invaluable for those currently in their shoes. The experience of mentoring can be extremely rewarding for mentors as well as for those they help.

Where we do it

BGSW CRC

Marlborough Street

Bristol

BS1 3NU

How to access

For further information please take a look at the role outline and person specification below.

BGSW Mentor role outline

BGSW Mentor person specification

If you would like to apply then please complete and return the application and equality of opportunity forms below to Debra Newrick.

BGSW Volunteer application form

BGSW Equal Opportunity form

Contact:
Debra Newrick
Telephone: 03000 492 144
Mobile: 0773 868 7230
Email: Debra.Newrick@bgsw.probation.gsi.gov.uk

Accommodation

Overview

Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Community Rehabilitation Company brings together three of the most innovative and high achieving probation trusts in the country.

Our work plays a vital role in helping people rehabilitate and lead more positive lives.

We recruit and train volunteer mentors who can provide the support to someone trying to turn their life around.

What we do

Many of the people who come through the criminal justice system have a complex range of needs, yet they often lack the support network that could help them deal with their problems. Mentors can provide the support that can make a big difference to someone trying to turn their life around.


Often volunteer mentors will have no previous connection with the criminal justice system, but peer mentors will know it from the inside, and their genuine knowledge of how to come through the experience successfully and leave behind a life of crime can be invaluable for those currently in their shoes. The experience of mentoring can be extremely rewarding for mentors as well as for those they help.

Where we do it

BGSW CRC

Marlborough Street

Bristol

BS1 3NU

How to access

For further information please take a look at the role outline and person specification below.

BGSW Mentor role outline

BGSW Mentor person specification

If you would like to apply then please complete and return the application and equality of opportunity forms below to Debra Newrick.

BGSW Volunteer application form

BGSW Equal Opportunity form

Contact:
Debra Newrick
Telephone: 03000 492 144
Mobile: 0773 868 7230
Email: Debra.Newrick@bgsw.probation.gsi.gov.uk

Drugs

Overview

Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Community Rehabilitation Company brings together three of the most innovative and high achieving probation trusts in the country.

Our work plays a vital role in helping people rehabilitate and lead more positive lives.

We recruit and train volunteer mentors who can provide the support to someone trying to turn their life around.

What we do

Many of the people who come through the criminal justice system have a complex range of needs, yet they often lack the support network that could help them deal with their problems. Mentors can provide the support that can make a big difference to someone trying to turn their life around.

 

Often volunteer mentors will have no previous connection with the criminal justice system, but peer mentors will know it from the inside, and their genuine knowledge of how to come through the experience successfully and leave behind a life of crime can be invaluable for those currently in their shoes. The experience of mentoring can be extremely rewarding for mentors as well as for those they help.

Where we do it

BGSW CRC

Marlborough Street

Bristol

BS1 3NU

How to access

For further information please take a look at the role outline and person specification below.

BGSW Mentor role outline

BGSW Mentor person specification

If you would like to apply then please complete and return the application and equality of opportunity forms below to Debra Newrick.

BGSW Volunteer application form

BGSW Equal Opportunity form

Contact:
Debra Newrick
Telephone: 03000 492 144
Mobile: 0773 868 7230
Email: Debra.Newrick@bgsw.probation.gsi.gov.uk

Finance, benefit and debt

Overview

Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Community Rehabilitation Company brings together three of the most innovative and high achieving probation trusts in the country.

Our work plays a vital role in helping people rehabilitate and lead more positive lives.

We recruit and train volunteer mentors who can provide the support to someone trying to turn their life around.

What we do

Many of the people who come through the criminal justice system have a complex range of needs, yet they often lack the support network that could help them deal with their problems. Mentors can provide the support that can make a big difference to someone trying to turn their life around.

 

Often volunteer mentors will have no previous connection with the criminal justice system, but peer mentors will know it from the inside, and their genuine knowledge of how to come through the experience successfully and leave behind a life of crime can be invaluable for those currently in their shoes. The experience of mentoring can be extremely rewarding for mentors as well as for those they help.

Where we do it

BGSW CRC

Marlborough Street

Bristol

BS1 3NU

How to access

For further information please take a look at the role outline and person specification below.

BGSW Mentor role outline

BGSW Mentor person specification

If you would like to apply then please complete and return the application and equality of opportunity forms below to Debra Newrick.

BGSW Volunteer application form

BGSW Equal Opportunity form

Contact:
Debra Newrick
Telephone: 03000 492 144
Mobile: 0773 868 7230
Email: Debra.Newrick@bgsw.probation.gsi.gov.uk

Healthy Relationships, Sex Work and Females

Overview

Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Community Rehabilitation Company brings together three of the most innovative and high achieving probation trusts in the country.

Our work plays a vital role in helping people rehabilitate and lead more positive lives.

We recruit and train volunteer mentors who can provide the support to someone trying to turn their life around.

What we do

Many of the people who come through the criminal justice system have a complex range of needs, yet they often lack the support network that could help them deal with their problems. Mentors can provide the support that can make a big difference to someone trying to turn their life around.

 

Often volunteer mentors will have no previous connection with the criminal justice system, but peer mentors will know it from the inside, and their genuine knowledge of how to come through the experience successfully and leave behind a life of crime can be invaluable for those currently in their shoes. The experience of mentoring can be extremely rewarding for mentors as well as for those they help.

Where we do it

BGSW CRC

Marlborough Street

Bristol

BS1 3NU

How to access

For further information please take a look at the role outline and person specification below.

BGSW Mentor role outline

BGSW Mentor person specification

If you would like to apply then please complete and return the application and equality of opportunity forms below to Debra Newrick.

BGSW Volunteer application form

BGSW Equal Opportunity form

Contact:
Debra Newrick
Telephone: 03000 492 144
Mobile: 0773 868 7230
Email: Debra.Newrick@bgsw.probation.gsi.gov.uk

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