Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance
The Choices team would like to assure you that they are doing all they can to offer a continued support service to prisoners, their families and friends during these unprecedented times.
For the latest up-dated advice on the coronavirus (COVID – 19) please see the below links.
Choices Consultancy Service
- The running of the Visitors Centres
- First night in custody
- Play within prisons
- Prisoners inductions
- Family support
- Catering services to prison visitors
- All day family days
Who we are
Choices Consultancy Service (Choices) is a not-for-profit voluntary run organisation that assists prisoners and their families through difficulties that may be incurred during their involvement in the criminal justice system.
Our Mission Statement
“To support and advise prisoners and their families to promote and enable positive change.”
How you can help us at Choices
Get Involved - Our volunteers make what we do possible. To become a volunteer all you need is enthusiasm and a desire to help. We welcome people from all nationalities and backgrounds. Our volunteers include job-seekers, retired workers, full time workers and students. You choose how much time to give and we’ll provide all the support and training you need.
Make a real difference to many lives - Choices rely on volunteers to help deliver and maintain all their services. Find out more if you would like to contribute some of your time to help us reduce re-offending by helping prisoners and their families.
Choices link up with various universities and colleges providing opportunities for students who are carving out a career within the Criminal Justice System, Social Care or Early Childhood Studies. We have made strong links with the University of Plymouth.
Choices work as advocates for prisoners and their families. Much of this work involves actively engaging with policy makers and the community. Raising awareness to professional bodies of the plight of prisoners,