At RISE we have experience of working in a number of prisons delivering programmes focused on behaviour change, emotional health and well-being.
With increasing pressures on prisons and prison-staff, we are using our expertise in running perpetrator programmes with a focus on reducing re-offending rates, to work directly with prisons and other stakeholders. We aim to empower participants to break their cycle of damaging behaviour and build their emotional resilience and well being.
RISE work with prison staff and the prison population to help deliver a reduction in the frequency of crises in the prison and the overall reduction of trauma and psychological distress, thus empowering an easier transition from custody to community.
Our prison-based programmes are predominantly trauma-informed and focused on building self-awareness and emotional resilience.
Please click on the links below to find out more about the programmes:
T.I.G.E.R (Transforming Inside Growing Emotional Resilience)
An intensive 3-day intervention for male offenders aged 18 and over who continue to experience the legacy of trauma as a barrier to moving forwards.
A 2-day emotional resilience programme to increase participant’s level of self-awareness in relation to their own needs and also enable facilitators to gauge suitability for other interventions.
A 10-session programme offered to young men aged 18-25 who have committed general offences including burglary, theft and shoplifting.
A 3 day programme designed for women who have suffered trauma and who are at risk of, or are, self-harming. The programme provides participants with opportunities to discover alternative and safer coping strategies to self-harm, and the resources needed to develop greater emotional resilience.