PREVENTION - ACCOMMODATION - COMMUNITY - ENTERPRISE
Safer Communities through working inclusively to reduce offending
PACE is a voluntary sector
organisation that works with people with convictions for a wide range of
criminal offences. We provide a variety of services to address their needs and
that support their safe integration into the community.
PACE Prevention Services work
with people with convictions for harmful sexual behaviour. Through this work,
we aim to prevent further harm and reduce further offending and make society
safer. Our three Prevention programmes are: Safer Lives Treatment Programme,
Foothold Floating Support and the Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA)
PACE provides a wide range of training and educational options with the focus on supporting people with convictions. The support is offered through training and education, work experience, employability and social enterprise programmes.
As an Approved Housing Body,
PACE provides temporary accommodation for homeless men leaving prison, on a pre- and post-release basis. The level of support provided,
varies from 24/7 residential to independent living with visiting support.
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Block 3Grove Court, Grove RoadBlanchardstownDublin 15
Tel: 01 8231000
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