Salford Foundation is playing a key role in the CFO3 project as a sub-contractor of Achieve Northwest Connect. We are working in seven prisons across Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Lancashire, namely HMP Manchester, HMP Styal, HMP Risley, HMP Hindley, HMP Kirkham, HMP Wymott and HMP Preston.

The main focus of our intervention is to work with those furthest from the labour market to enhance motivation, build aspirations and overcome multiple barriers to work. Project Co-ordinators are working across Greater Manchester and Cheshire prisons with ex-offenders or those completing custodial sentences. The project provides specialist mentoring specifically structured to create attitudinal change and encourage people to access work, training and volunteering opportunities as part of their rehabilitation process.

The Foundation is one of a number of organisations appointed by Achieve Northwest Connect to deliver a mentoring service in prisons to support ex-offenders into employment, training or volunteering. This project is part-funded by the European Social Fund.

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