As a Housing Association, PACE provides accommodation for men leaving prison.
The accommodation is offered with differing levels of support depending on the need of the service user and include a high support service, a medium support service and low support apartments in different locations.
PACE Priorswood House is PACE’s oldest project and is a residential house that provides transitional accommodation for homeless men who have recently been released from prison.
The house offers a two-tiered approach to the accommodation and support needs of the men using the project.
In summary the project offers the following services:
- two-tiered accommodation, 14 high support units & 8 low-support apartments
- intensive assessment procedure
- Social and Personal Development programme
- working with addiction issues
- aftercare service
- settlement work
- personal planning and goal setting
- independent living skills
- access to training and education programme in the Training for Employment Project
PACE also provides 7 long-term accommodation units for ex-prisoners in need of permanent accommodation with access to ongoing support where necessary.