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We are a leading charity providing treatment and support to over 68,000 vulnerable people in England and Wales every day. We champion people who have faced hardships like abuse, homelessness and addiction, and empower them to lead the lives they want, on their terms. 

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3650 staff members, volunteers and peer mentors
422,254 voluntary hours contributed
160 services across England and Wales
68,000 people are supported by CRI every day

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CRI supports National Stalking Awareness Week

Mon 20 Apr, 2015
This week is National Stalking Awareness Week and the Suzy Lamplugh Trust have created a video, launched today, to help raise awareness of harassment and stalking and encourage victims to seek support. More >

CRI's Subwize Service Hosts Youth Substance Misuse Music Event

Mon 20 Apr, 2015
Young people from Barking and Dagenham attended the first ever ‘Inspir3nation’ event, hosted by Bang Radio presenter Amanda Star, in a bid to educate, inspire and motivate them to move away from substance abuse and make changes that will have a positive impact on their lives. The Inspir3nation event, which was free for all to attend, was held at Studio 3 Arts, the Galleon Community Centre in Barking and featured MOBO award-winner and Hip-Hop artist, Akala, spoken word artist Nego True, artist Ms Banks and East London’s very own DJ Smasher.  More >
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When I look back at how my life used to be, and the life I’m leading now, I can hardly believe that I’m still the same person. I..

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Terry's story

Terry is an ex-offender who completed the Pathways to Recovery Peer Mentor programme while in HMP Belmarsh. I’ve done various..

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