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No, we do not provide legal services but we will direct clients to services in the local community.
Our mentoring system supports clients prior to their release date as well as upon release, through to procuring a job or a flat or even organising a family reunion.
Your child will not be exposed as an offender. Issues of confidentiality are always complex. The head mentor may find it appropriate to explain to the ex-offender that aspects of their history will be shared with the Bishop, for example. Very often this may not be deemed necessary; but it is good practice at the outset to explain to the ex-offender the confidentiality being offered. A mentor is assigned to each client and will work closely with them.
We have 32 branches dotted around the UK. We will locate the branch that is closest to you.
Rescue of dignity’ offer services that are open to all who accept our code of practice; accessing them will depend on one’s confidence to mingle and participate.
Once again, engagement with our programme will bring about empowerment and self-worth. This will encourage positive choices which will prevent imprisonment.
Life within closed walls is challenging. We will not take sides; but in all cases, we will direct loved ones in the right direction.
Engagement with our programme is key, and allows positive outcomes for our clients. Offenders need to experience achievement rather than failure. Our mentoring programme emphasises and builds upon our clients’ small successes.
ROD cannot offer financial support but we have a list of outside agencies that can.
Rescue of Dignity is a charity which for more than a decade has tirelessly volunteered to support HMP Services, HMP Detention Centres and HMP Family Centres in providing committed and continual support to inmates, ex-offenders and their respective families. We have helped to improve the lives of prisoners through letter writing, visits and offering encouragement and practical hands-on support and advice to families.