RAPt publishes a position statement welcoming the principles behind the Government's Rehabilitation Revolution, and suggesting how these should be applied to improve services during a time of austerity.
We work with 20,000 people a year who have substance misuse issues. Many of those we help are some of the most challenging people in society, including prisoners and ex-offenders.
2013 was a year of unprecedented change and growth for RAPt. We entered a national tendering process with some trepidation. We emerged with increased organisational strength...
We are a charity committed to preventing crime and destructive behaviour, and helping people reach their potential. As well as other services, we are the largest provider of intensive drug treatment programmes in prisons.