jericho-logo-sept-16Bringing restoration to women affected by the sex industry in Nottingham

A bit more: The Jericho Road Project runs in partnership with local churches and seeks to help women involved in prostitution take steps away from sex work and find social inclusion by supporting them with life skills, signposting them to relevant services, providing emotional support and helping them integrate into the community upon release from prison. Many of the women are addicted to class A drugs and have a variety of complex needs.

Find out more: www.jerichoroad.org.uk

Volunteer roles:

Direct contact roles:

* Street outreach:  1-2 times a month on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday night

* On-street outreach workers: women required; outreach drivers – men required.

* Offstreet outreach: fortnightly day time visits to brothels on Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays (8 weeks of training required)

* Prison Visiting: monthly visits.

* Life-centre drop-in: Monday or Thursday afternoons 1-4pm

* Befriending: fortnightly 1:1 with a woman

Non-direct contact roles:

Prayer team, flapjack rota, baking and treat-making, maintenance and DIY, administration.

To volunteer or find out more: Speak to Faye Sherwood. Alternatively, send your name, contact details and mention The Jericho Road Project, to city@stnics.org, or text 07530946300