Langley House Trust was formed over 50 years ago by a group of Christians spurred by passion, commitment and a desire to see the lives of offenders changed for the better.
Today, we are a modern national charity which delivers offender rehabilitation services across England, providing support to adult male and female offenders and those at risk of offending – enabling them to make positive life changes and live crime-free.
We have one of the lowest reconviction rates in the country – just 2.6% – making communities safer across the country.
Every day we see lives transformed, addictions broken and families restored.
Our organisation is established on Christian principles and foundations but our services are for anyone – those with faith or indeed no faith. We work tenaciously to see lives changed for the better.
We believe our approach of providing strong firm boundaries whilst supporting and encouraging individuals produces long-lasting change.
We are committed to helping men and women live crime-free and positively impacting their communities for a safer and better future.
Langley is also –
- A Housing Association, regulated by the Homes and Communities Agency
- Registered with the Care Quality Commission to provide registered care at several sites.
A short animation raising the issues faced by those leaving prison and how the right support can prevent a life of offending. With commentary from those supported by the services.