Clean Break is for women who:
• Have experience of the criminal justice system. You may be in contact with the police, have been cautioned or sentenced for an offence, are on remand, on a community order, on bail, on license, in prison or known to a Youth Offending Team.
• Are at risk of offending due to drug/alcohol or mental health needs. You may have recently completed a drug/alcohol rehabilitation programme and feel that you are vulnerable to committing an offence or are in contact with mental health services as a result of a referral by the police.
• Are over the age of 17 years.
• Are interested in exploring their creativity.
Clean Break has two information days per year, where potential students and referral organisations are encouraged to come along to gain a clearer understanding of our work. This is an opportunity to meet with current students and staff, network with other agencies, have a tour of the building and receive information on all our courses.
Our next Information Day will be Friday 22 June 2012. Please call us for more details on 020 7482 8600.
Student Welcome Sessions : for students who have been accepted onto a course
All students who enrol on a course at Clean Break must attend a Welcome Session before starting their course. This session is an important introduction to studying at Clean Break, outlining policies, resources and the learning support available.
The next Student Welcome Session will be Thursday 13 September 2012, 11am-1pm.
Here's a reminder of the reasons to get involved:
Call 020 7482 8600 to make your appointment now
Are you worried that someone might find out you have visited this site? We hope that is not the case, but we understand that some users may have concerns.
If so, we want you to be able to use this site as safely as possible, covering your tracks, if necessary. If you are not alone when viewing this site e.g. at work or sharing the house with someone, the quickest way to hide the site is to close the window when someone enters the room.
There is a shortcut on your keyboard to enable you to do this quickly:
Windows - ALT key and F4
Apple Macintosh - Apple Key and W
Although it is not completely possible to eradicate your 'footsteps' whilst viewing websites, there are ways in which you can reduce the possibility of people knowing where you have been on the internet. The following steps will take you through the process of deleting temporary files automatically stored on your computer when you visit a site and the computer's history store that allows you to view where someone has been that day or week.
Even if this works, the fact you have done this may be noticed by whoever normally uses your computer. So if you are worried this may not be 100 per cent effective, the safest way to find information on the internet might be at a local library, a friend's house, or at work if you feel it is less important to 'cover your tracks' on a different computer.
These instructions are for Microsoft Internet Explorer. Other browsers will have their own settings and they should allow the information to be deleted in a similar way.