Feltham Community Chaplaincy Trust

Feltham Community Chaplaincy Trust

At a glance


  • Counselling / advice
  • Criminal justice
  • Faith and ethics
  • Local / community
  • Men
  • Young people

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Feltham Community Chaplaincy is a faith based mentoring organisation which offers support to young men leaving prison.

Our aim is to help resettle them back into the community and ultimately to reduce re-offending.

The Trust’s objectives are to provide care and support for offenders between the ages of fifteen and twenty-five years and former offenders who are or have been in custody at HM Young Offenders’  Institution (HMYOI), Feltham whether they have a faith or none, or where resources permit, offenders  referred to the Trust from elsewhere


We recruit volunteers and train them as mentors. Once trained, they are matched with a young man who they then support ‘through the gates’ into the community.

Mentors assist young men to find suitable accommodation, address education and training needs,  manage their finances and build (or re-build) pro-social relationships. Often the boys are able to gain a sense of purpose through the support and encouragement provided by links with a particular faith community. We promote opportunities for personal development and help re-build confidence and self-esteem.

Our volunteers are passionate about helping these young men, and this is what makes the difference.

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