The administrator is the parental figure for Newstarts overseeing accommodation and other issues over the 24-month rehabilitation period. Newstarts must feel wanted - valued like children knowing there is someone to go to.
Newstarts need nurturing into society. Many have deep rooted issues some with acute addiction. Dating back to childhood are the fundamental false beliefs that have to be addressed and overcome.
The mentor will guide the re-offender from initial outside work projects through to eventual full time employment. Mentors will liaise with local companies procuring short-term work trials and apprenticeship appraisals inviting them to hold open day tours exhibiting the prospects of working for them.
EMERGENCY & LONG TERM ACCOMODATION
Newstarts must have suitable accommodation regularly monitored throughout their rehabilitation.
ADDITIONAL SOURCING FOR OUTSIDE WORK
Work prospects will be sourced via a centralized office from major and local based companies and councils. Private individuals will be invited to offer gardening, rubbish clearance and other achievable jobs.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Visiting experts will showcase short and long term, educational opportunities enabling Newstarts via their mentors to examine the possibility of enrolling.
As trust develops with Newstarts we will interview family members encouraging family unity. An independent person can often resolve long standing issues.
SPECIAL DAYS OUT
You have to reward Newstarts with days out like a visit to meet the Mayor and others. Media coverage on such would benefit and attract sponsorship.
Each Newstart becomes a member with a unique ID card enabling them to free daily coffee, gym membership and travel. Our objective is to reduce re-offending and achieving that with free travel will be a fraction of the cost of re-arresting and imprisoning them.