Walking the Frontline: The structure of prison preferred to the chaos of life outside – Emma Ambler’s story

“I was struck by the client saying the structure of life in prison was preferable to the chaos of being on the outside, addicted to heroin and homeless. I came away really valuing and being committed to the preventative work being done by Peer Mentors and Lead Workers.” said Emma Ambler, Joint Commissioning Manager in the Mental Health Joint Commissioning Team, Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group.

The Peer Mentor’s investment of time in the client, and the simple human contact this provided, is one of the key factors of change.” #walkthefrontline 

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Walking the Frontline: The structure of prison preferred to the chaos of life outside – Emma Ambler’s story

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