Great Minds A free 8-week programme for reflection, for personal and professional development.Contact us for more information.
Idols, ideology and ideals. How do we choose our idols and why do we invest so much in them?Read the next blog in the series
This month marks our 25th birthday and we are sharing our most recent audio-visual project, Daddy.Click here to view the full project
Men at HMP Lewes have created a 'Clink Speak' DictionaryClick here to see it
Safe Ground works to promote relationship skills
as tools for empowering people to change,
so reducing the risk of reoffending and building
The Impact of our Family Man Programme
Our interactive Annual Report 2019-20
is available here.
See how the organisation has navigated uncertainty in the funding landscape through innovative partnership working and new programme development. Get to know more about Safe Ground, our programmes and policy work through the viewpoints of our programme graduates, volunteers, staff and trustees.
Latest blogs & news
Changing the Structures Around Prison- Looking After Children and Young People
A group of 8 children in a secure children’s home have been able to challenge and change policy direction as a result of an advisor’s willingness to listen, engage and take into consideration their views and experience. Whilst we don’t believe such changes should rest on individual approaches, lucky meetings or personalities, we are really […]
The Emotional Cost of Women in Prison
The pandemic is continuing to create challenges on mental wellbeing and relationships, amongst the many other difficulties that exist for those in prison and their loved ones. We must raise attention to the emotional cost of those women in prison, as well as the rippling effect that this has on those close contacts. At the […]
The Comfort Zone
In early 2020 Healthy London Partnership in collaboration with Arts Council England and the Mayor of London called for proposals from arts and cultural organisations to work with them to help improve the health and wellbeing of people with mental health issues in the borough of Merton. Safe Ground’s response was The Comfort Zone, a therapeutic […]