CONNECT Manchester is a coming together of four organisations, committed to working in partnership with Manchester City Council to end homelessness. Here is our impact report for 2022-2023. Download to read more.
This report shows the impact we have made in the Lincolnshire area in the year 2022 with our young peoples Lincolnshire NEST service (Nacro Education Support and Transition).
Turned Away. New research from Nacro shows the barriers to accessing primary healthcare for prison leavers and other marginalised groups.
Read the first in a series of briefings that will examine the practical steps that can be taken to support people in contact with the criminal justice system to create better futures.
Young people may become homeless for a variety of reasons, 16 and 17 year olds who are struggling with housing or threatened with homelessness are likely to be vulnerable and will often be at risk in the absence of support.
Protocol for Transition from Children’s Services to Adult Housing Related Support and (Semi) Independent Living for people over 18.
See Nacro’s presentation to APPG for Ending Homelessness.
Read Nacro’s response to the review of post-16 qualifications.
This joint briefing from a coalition of criminal justice organisations outlines how 10 clauses in the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will deepen racial inequality in the criminal justice system, and without evidence that they will reduce crime or improve public safety.
New report with collective voices calling for action on Friday prison releases.