Partners

National Probation Service

National Probation Service

Whilst the Elizabeth Fry Charity is not part of the National Probation Service, we value our positive working relationship with Probation colleagues. Staff at Elizabeth Fry House work closely with Probation staff in order to both support and manage the risk of harm posed by residents.


Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police

We work closely with colleagues from Thames Valley Police to manage risk. Many of our residents are managed under Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA).


National Approved Premises Association

National Approved Premises Association

As providers of an Independently Managed Approved Premises, the Elizabeth Fry Charity benefits from the services that NAPA provide in relation to their representation and support on Independent Approved Premises and attendance at their training events.


Launchpad

Launchpad

Launchpad is a local charity which provides housing and support to vulnerable men and women in Reading. We work with Launchpad to enable residents to have access to additional opportunities. A number of our residents move on from the Approved Premises to Launchpad Properties in Reading.


Connect Reading

Connect Reading

Connect Reading creates partnerships between the business, public and voluntary sectors to provide a better quality of life for everyone in Reading. They have an innovative , cross sector approach to finding and brokering in kind support and provide businesses with insight into local priorities with personalised advice, information and guidance on the ways they can help their local community.


Alana House

Alana House

Alana House is a women's community project based in Reading and run by the Charity PACT (Parents and Children Together).   ‚ÄčAlana House together with Thames Valley Police and other partner agencies, including Elizabeth Fry Charity, work together on the Enrich Project. This project aims to provide a high level of support to women in Reading who have previously struggled to engage with services and who have found making changes in their lives particularly difficult. Residents of the Approved Premises who have a move on address in Reading can be referred to Enrich.


Museum of English Rural LIfe (MERL)

Museum of English Rural LIfe (MERL)

The Museum of English Rural Life aims to challenge perceptions about rural England by revealing historical and contemporary relevance of country life. We are delighted that MERL have committed to providing Elizabeth Fry residents with art sessions until December 2018.


Thames Valley Community Rehabilitation Company

Thames Valley Community Rehabilitation Company

Thames Valley CRC is one of 21 Community Rehabilitation Companies in England and Wales. Whilst most of our residents are under the supervision of the National Probation Service due to their high risk or mappa status, we do have a small number of residents who are supervised by Community Rehabilitation Companies.