Of the participants choosing to work with In2Out, approximately:
• 50% have been in local authority care
• 37% have mental health issues
• 77% have substance misuse issues
Reoffending rate within 12 months of leaving custody
Our key charitable objective is to reduce reoﬀending by young people leaving custody. Nationally, on average 65% of 15-18 year olds reoﬀend within 12 months of leaving custody. The In2Out cohort of 15-18 year olds is consistently at <25% reoﬀending rate.
In2Out mentoring support costs £4,000 per participant, per year.
More than 70% of In2Out participants express a greater confidence in successful resettlement post-release after engagement with In2Out.
With the help and support of In2Out mentors, we are seeing a greater engagement - more than 35% - of young people in education, training and employment, or actively seeking opportunities