CEO´s BlogThe New Financial Year
As we begin the new financial year, Revolving Doors is starting an exciting project with our Lived Experience Team and NHS England. It's also great to see innovative services for women with mental illness showcased within the Advisory Board on Female Offenders, chaired by Caroline Dinenage MP, Minister for Women, Equalities and Family Justice. Revolving Doors, with sector colleagues, also met recently with the Minister for Local Government, Marcus Jones MP, to stress how devolution could help stop the revolving door.
Revolving Doors is a national charity that has worked for over 20 years to change systems and improve services for people stuck in the revolving door of crisis and crime. This is a group of people who are in contact with the criminal justice system and face problems such as mental ill health, drug and alcohol abuse, crime and homelessness.
Our vision is that by 2025 there is an end to the revolving door of crisis and crime, when anyone facing multiple problems and poor mental health is supported to reach their potential, with fewer victims and safer communities as a result.
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NewsPeer Research Literature Review shows the value of new perspective
31 May 2016
Today Revolving Doors is publishing a new paper on peer research approaches, discussing how peer research has been carried out with groups including prisoners, homeless populations, people on probation and drug and alcohol users.
- Revolving Doors welcomes announcement on mental health provision in the criminal justice system
18 May 2016
- Police and Crime Commissioners Generation 2.0
15 April 2016
- New guide to Service User Involvement launched
07 March 2016
- 'London Together' report released
24 February 2016