The Adullam Programme offers support, training and work-experience for people leaving prison or rehab.
It involves meeting people at the prison/treatment gate and helping them rebuild their lives in a community that cares, values and believes in 2nd chances. Including a 20-week training programme structured around the “5 Ways to Well-being” with hands on work experience. The Adullam Programme based at, and delivered through, Lancaster Free Methodist Church is a self-referral, voluntary, community based programme offering people leaving prison or rehab a second chance by addressing seven of the seven pathways to reducing reoffending. What are the pathways to prevent re-offending? There are 7 pathways to prevent re-offending, these are:1. Accommodation 2. Education, training and employment 3. Health 4. Drugs and alcohol 5. Finance, benefit and debt 6. Children and families 7. Attitudes, thinking and behaviour
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Adullam Programme Booklet
A detailed overview
This information booklet contains details on the Adullam programme, its principles, training programme, work experience and some commonly asked questions.Download now
This information pack contains more details about the Adullam programme and what you need to apply for a place on the programme.Download now