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    • 1. A4e - First Steps Programme
    • 2. Adelaide House - Approved Premise
    • 3. Blue Sky - short term, full-time employment contracts
    • 4. Brighton & Hove City Council - Preventing Offender Accommodation Loss (POAL) Project
    • 5. Community Justice Court (CJC) at Plymouth Magistrates' Court
    • 6. DISC - Leeds Drug Intervention Programme/Integrated Offender Management programme (Leeds DIP/IOM project)
    • 7. Everyday Skills
    • 8. Foundation
    • 9. GOALS UK
    • 10. HMP Downview D Wing Resettlement Unit
    • 11. HMP Kirklevington Grange
    • 12. HMP Swansea Community Chaplaincy Project
    • 13. Home Group Residential and support service - Delivered after prison sentences
    • 14. Inside Out (formerly known as Wormwood Scrubs Community Chaplaincy)
    • 15. Lancashire Women's Centres
    • 16. Langley House Trust
    • 17. Leap
    • 18. NOMS Bail Accommodation and Support Services (BASS) - Bail with a conditional discharge or fine
    • 19. Nottingham Women's Centre
    • 20. Only Connect
    • 21. Phoenix Futures - Therapeutic Communities Programme
    • 22. Pre-school Learning Alliance
    • 23. Prince's Trust
    • 24. Prison Fellowship - Sycamore Tree
    • 25. Prisoners Education Trust - Overall analyses - second request
    • 26. Riverside ECHG
    • 27. Roundabout
    • 28. Safe Ground - Family Man programme - fifth request
    • 29. Shelter housing advice / assessment sessions in HMP Leeds
    • 30. St. Helens Integrated Offender Management
    • 31. The Footprints Project
    • 32. The Koestler Trust - Koestler Trust awards
    • 33. The Prison Phoenix Trust
    • 34. Time for Families - first request
    • 35. Warwickshire Youth Justice Service
    • 36. West Yorkshire Community Chaplaincy Project
    • 37. Women's Centres throughout England
    • 38. Working Chance - first request
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