by Cornerstone Claimed
The Partnership Project is a new community justice service delivered by Cornerstone with three years of funding from the Scottish Government, the team are based in the Glasgow area, but their remit extends across the West of Scotland.
We are working with Criminal Justice Social Work, Starthclyde Police and Glagsow CJA to provide early support intervention to those within the system who are most vulnerable and least likely to access support.
The service can provide support to adults (16+) with learning disabilities who are involved in the criminal justice system, this includes people who have offended, or are at risk of offending, are victims or witnesses.
We will also work with people without an official diagnosis, but whose cognitive abilities are in some way limited and there is recognition of struggles with literacy, communication and social interaction.
The project aims to work with people to address the areas of their behaviour that are getting them into trouble and/or putting them at risk. We can provide one-to-one, community based, person-centred, emotional and behavioural and practical support. We can also support people through the legal process.
Last updated 17/09/2018
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This service is under the category:
- · Glasgow City (Local Authority)
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