Choices Consultancy Service (Choices) is a not-for-profit voluntary-run organisation that delivers family services in three Southwest Prisons: HMP Dartmoor, HMP Channings Wood and HMP/YOI Exeter. We assist offenders and their families through difficulties that may be incurred during their involvement in the criminal justice system.
More than a million children have no contact whatsoever with one or other parent after separation. Unfortunately some children experience behavioural issues including antisocial behaviour, distress, unhappiness, and both physical and emotional problems. The NACCC is the only charity in the UK dedicated to solving this problem, by providing safe spaces where children can meet the parents they don't live with.
We help ensure parents with a learning disability are supported through challenging processes regarding their children; ensuring that they understand information, feel able to express their own views, are able to access appropriate support, and that they receive a fair assessment.
Pride in Plymouth is a non-profit Community Interest Company (CIC) that brings people and groups together to celebrate, promote the diversity and talent that exist within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) Communities in Plymouth. Together we can work towards eliminating discrimination and social isolation many Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (lgbt) people in Plymouth and surrounding area face.
The National Prisoners' Families Helpline can support you if a family member is in contact with the criminal justice system. We provide advice and information on all aspects from what happens on arrest, visiting a prison to preparing for release. It is operated by Prison Advice and Care Trust under contract to Her Majesty's Prison & Probation Service and provides information and support for families across England and Wales. All calls are free, from landlines and mobiles, and confidential.
Promoting the welfare and interests of deaf people. Since 1841, the Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) has worked to ensure that Deaf people have access to services in British Sign Language (BSL).