Martin Cawley, Chief Executive of Turning Point Scotland has addressed an audience at Scottish Parliament on the subject of ‘sustaining public social partnerships’.

Turning Point Scotland is the lead voluntary sector partner in the HMP Low Moss Public Social Partnership. The service, now operational for nearly two years aims to address the root causes of offending behaviour among short-term prisoners, and ensures those in custody can access a range of support services based on their individual needs, such as substance misuse and mental health issues.

The network of agencies involved includes the Scottish Prison Service, North Strathclyde and Glasgow Community Justice Authorities, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Turning Point Scotland and other voluntary sector organisations.

If you would like to take a glance view of our PSP at Low Moss, then click on the following link  Low Moss PSP infographic