Our Community Justice in Action articles promote some of the positive work undertaken across Ayrshire that contributes to improving community justice outcomes for people caught up in the justice system and the wider community who are impacted by justice issues.
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The more we can do to raise awareness of the positive work undertaken in community justice, the better we can work together and the more positive the outcomes.
Recovery Enterprises Scotland is an innovative organisation with a social conscience. They aim to work with communities to tackle social issues such as poverty, isolation, and equitable access to support.
North Ayrshire Justice Services Unpaid Work Team are responsible for the delivery of unpaid work across North Ayrshire and operate from their office and workshop facility in Stevenston.
South Ayrshire Health & Social Care Partnership (H&SCP) marked the official opening of their new Justice Services Workshop with an open day.
On Tuesday 9 May, North Ayrshire Women’s Aid (NAWA) held a free community pop-up clothing event for women and children within their hub in the Saltcoats office.
The Changing Rooms project is a project in North Ayrshire supported by Developing Young Workforce Ayrshire and North Ayrshire H&SCP.
A local charity in Ayrshire have established an out of hours alcohol and/or drug addiction helpline manned by people with lived experience.
The Unpaid Work teams across Ayrshire give back to the local community and local charities at Christmas