A received a Conditional Caution to attend CARA. A had a history of drug and alcohol abuse and was living with his partner. They had a daughter and a were expecting a second child. A engaged positively throughout workshop A, he was honest about the incident leading to arrest and said that he wanted to change his behaviour. He left the workshop with a time-out plan and contact numbers to access support between workshops A and B. During the second workshop A again engaged well and stayed behind at the end to discuss further options of support that he could access. A gave consent for The Hampton Trust staff to contact his case worker to discuss future partnership working.

 

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