Fortnightly one to one key-working
Offering emotional support and empowerment.
Support with education and training.
Help to secure and maintain employment.
Random drug and alcohol testing
To maintain a level of accountability.
To ensure the safety of the community.
Structured house meetings
To encourage self-help and peer support.
To resolve issues and grievances.
Set community goals and targets.
Structured cleaning rota
Maintaining routine and shared responsibility.
Maintaining the standard of living & the property.
Weekly home groups
Following 12-step fellowship and church home groups for discipleship and to maintain learning.
Supporting the resident and the community.
For long term recovery.
Contributing to society.
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HHJ Peter Ross has worked in the criminal justice system since 1976 as a defence solicitor, prosecutor, head of Central London CPS, three years as the solicitors’ profession’s regulator, called to the Bar (Inner Temple) July 2000, Recorder since 1999, and Circuit Judge (Crown Court) since 2004. Peter is married with three adult children, in his spare time Peter is a vegetable grower, beekeeper, orchardist and Grandpa.
Treflyn Lloyd-Roberts has worked with recovery projects for 25 years across a variety of different contexts and countries. He currently coordinates ISAAC (a network of Christian people and programmes in addiction and recovery work with members and contacts in more than 100 countries worldwide) alongside his role as Chief Executive at Yeldall Manor, a residential rehabilitation centre near Reading.
Ray has worked for 25 years in the software industry, starting as software developer, leading sales and marketing teams, and running his own business. “Seeing what is possible with the right support, how lives can be turned around with individuals, families and communities benefiting so much, I wanted to use my broad experience to help in any way I could.”
Inspiration for the prison rehabilitation project in Bullingdon prison. 25 years lived experience of addiction and crime. With 15 years experience of community, prison and residential treatment. Active Christian and 12 step fellowship member with a heart and passion to make a difference and give back to society.
Jenny has worked in the property industry for 20 years, including 10 years experience as the owner of a specialist HMO letting & management agency in Oxfordshire. In her current role, she manages a construction firm specialising in value creation for investors. In her free time Jenny enjoys the Great Outdoors, rehabilitating ex racehorses & training her Labradors.
Becky has 13 years’ experience across the addiction, criminal justice and homelessness fields. This has included working in multiple prisons, community services and now Yeldall Manor, a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre. Becky has written and set up new projects and is a qualified counsellor. In her free time she enjoys socialising, drawing, paddleboarding, fitness, and training her rescue dog.
The charity is very close to my heart as I’ve seen first-hand within my own family that with the right support, energy and belief, that lives can be turned around and families reunited. When Tony first told me about Hope & Vision I knew instantly that through my business networking company Opendoorz, that I could help spread the word and introduce the charity to business owners. I’m a huge believer in giving back and doing even just a little bit to make someone smile every day.
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