We offer a range of relationship, parenting education and family learning courses for delivery in prisons and in the community. Read more
This Lent we ask you to support our work and help us to reach more prisoners and their families who need our support. Read more
The Prison Advice and Care Trust (Pact) is a national charity that provides support to prisoners, people with convictions, and their families. We support people to make a fresh start, and minimise the harm that can be caused by imprisonment on people who have committed offences, on families and on communities.
Every year we support thousands of prisoners and their families to make a fresh start. Click here to find out more about how we change lives.
We act as an advocate for the people we serve, through building the evidence base of outcomes from our work, and through constructive dialogue with commissioners and government officials.
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CHILDREN WITH A PARENT IN PRISON TONIGHT
For many fathers in prison, being a parent is the only part of their identity that they view positively, and this responsibility can be the one thing that gives them the hope and determination to stay on the right path. Read here how David worked with Pact to maintain a positive relationship with his daughter during his time in prison.
On Friday 17th March we were delighted to host the annual Sir Harold Hood Memorial Lecture and Symposium, with guest speaker and foremost international expert on relationship education, Dr Galena Rhoades. Read more
Pact CEO Andy Keen-Downs reflects on 2016, a year which saw record rates of violence, self-harm and suicide in prisons, but also a year in which Pact was able to provide support to more prisoners and their families than ever before. Read more
Is Relationship Education a key ingredient to successful Prison Safety and Reform? Read more
The Virgin Money London Marathon is just a few months away! Don't forget to support our brave runners! Read more