Adelaide House Woman Only 'Community Payback'
Adelaide House are contracted to Merseyside Rehabilitation Company to deliver a Women only Community Payback (CPB) Project. Women who have been sentenced to a Community Order containing an Un-Paid work requirement, report to Adelaide House CPB staff who supervise and allocate the women to various work projects both on and off site in the local community. Current work asignments have involved painting, decorating and gardening projects. The Adelaide CPB women will also be undertaking work at a number of local churches and community centres including the North Liverpool food bank.
Latest Statistics on the Community Payback Project - Updated 22 July 2013
2,287.55 HOURS OF UNPAID WORK HAS BEEN UNDERTAKEN SINCE PROJECT BEGAN IN NOVEMBER 2012
36 women have commenced their Community payback hours with us.
17 women have fully completed their Court Order – completing 2,200 hours between them.
5 of these have gone on to undertake voluntary work, 3 at Adelaide House and 1 at Women’s Turnaround project.
13 have registered with The Green Employability Project to undertake Employability skills and to prepare them for voluntary work in the future.
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