We work with local authorities and community organisations to deliver programmes that enable positive change and meet local needs.

Here are some of the key ways we may be able to support you.

  • Provide a journey of rehabilitation for offenders and support for victims of domestic violence and abuse.
  • Deliver prison-based programmes focused on behaviour change, emotional health and well being
  • Help to prevent reoffending through our rehabilitation and behavioural-change programmes.
  • Provide professional training to staff from any sector to support them to improve engagement with service users, as well as support the health and well being of professionals working with complex individuals and families.

Tackling domestic abuse

Our experienced team of professionals work with perpetrators of domestic violence to address their behaviour, while also providing dedicated support for their victims.


Police Partnershipis

Our rehabilitation programmes have proven that people can change. We work with perpetrators to tackle the patterns of behaviour that lead them to offend and help them to be valued members of society.


Prison work

At RISE we have experience of working in a number of prisons delivering programmes focused on behaviour change, emotional health and well-being.


Support for women and victims

RISE offer women-only programmes and support for those who may be victims of domestic abuse or perpetrators themselves. In a compassionate and non-judgemental environment, our experience facilitators and safety advisors will help to provide an empowering service.


Training and consultancy services

We offer training courses for professionals who support clients with complex needs, such as staff working with offenders, victims of domestic violence or young people.

Our partners include: