PLIAS Resettlement provides the tools needed in order to succeed after a criminal conviction. The services offered by PLIAS Resettlement are delivered within the context of Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) and include education and training, employment and housing advice and guidance, mentoring and counselling and legal advice. We meet all clients on a one-to-one basis and by appointment only in order to deliver a service tailored to the needs of each individual.
Here’s how we make a difference…
3C engages with both homeless people and families on low incomes to provide clothing, food parcels, electricity and gas top up and mobile phone top up.
The David Stewart Bursary was set up to provide a financial contribution to enable young people to access career-focused extra-curricular activities.
Young women’s diversionary project to prevent Girls and Young Women from getting involved in gangs and violent crime.
Providing young black men with the support they need to access and sustain quality employment
The Phoenix (P&Act) Project provides a free confidential service to help end violence and other harmful practices against Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) women and girls in North and West London.
Help and support to get into employment, education, training or work experience.
Mentoring, support, information, advice and guidance for young people in Brent and Harrow at risk of entering the criminal justice system.
Helping you forge a career in the construction industry
We are pleased to announce the Susan and Alex de Mont Legacy Fund. This is a new and exciting project aimed at developing services and
This mission of PLIAS Youth Department is to positively engage young people aged 11 – 24 from disadvantaged backgrounds or who are/have been involved in
Increasing the engagement of BAME young people by establishing multiple points of entry for the timely provision of a case work and mentoring model.