CFO Activity Hubs, a new programme from the HMPPS Co-financing Organisation and part funded by the European Social Fund, is designed to increase effective engagement with mainstream or core services. The CFO Activity Hubs provide safe, supportive and welcoming spaces for offenders to access tailored support, advice and guidance, and interact with positive roles models and peers at a similar stage of their resettlement journey. Offenders will be able to access support for accommodation, health, finance and debt, education, employment and training.

Activity hubs will be delivered in the community offering innovative activities and interventions to empower and support participants on their rehabilitation journey. Ingeus will also be delivering the only pilot scheme focusing on veterans in custody which will operate from HMP Holme House in Stockton on Tees.

Prospective participants - We are here to support you!

Hub Culture will be rehabilitative, providing you with a safe, decent, relaxed and welcoming place that is supportive of positive change, personal progression and helping you to achieve a more positive outcome in life.

We're in this together

  • Meet other people who know how you feel
  • 1:1 and group support
  • Help to make the right decisions for your life
Our experienced team can provide help with finding housing, explore benefits, and provide debt advice as well as support with family and health problems.

Our Activity Hubs locations

Alington House Community Association,
4 N Bailey,
Durham,
DH1 3ET.
07918 208431
 
St Mary’s Centre,
90 Corporation Rd,
Middlesbrough,
TS1 2RW.
07918 208429
 
Enterprise House,
Suite 2D,
Valley Street,
North Darlington,
DL1 1GY.
07918 208430

Want to know more?

Please contact us