Sometimes in life, events take place we cannot control. This happens to the participants that In2Out work with and their lives spiral out of control because of a lack of support.
Due to some health issues, my weight has gotten out of control and so I am setting a goal of losing over 27lbs, to get under 250 lbs, by the end of October.
I hope that you will support me in this endeavour as In2Out seeks to support these young men in their lives.
In2Out works to reduce reoffending by bringing positive change into the lives of young lads leaving custody, the majority aged 15 to 18, but up to 21 years of age, most of whom are returning to the north of England. We do this through one-to-one mentoring, via a network of salaried, regionally focused, Mentor Coordinators, who are supported by volunteer mentors. In the last 5 years In2Out has supported over 350 young people leaving custody.
We are making a difference. The national reoffending rate for 15-18 year olds within 12 months of release from custody is 65%. This is a true reflection of the particular challenges facing this very vulnerable group, and equally the challenges of working with them to affect positive change. In 2018, the reoffending rate for young people working with In2Out was less than 25%.
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