Jacqueline Hollows, founder of Beyond Recovery, is a new regular contributor to InsideTime, the monthly newspaper for prison residents. Each month, Jacqueline writes about the potential of every human being to find freedom of mind for the ‘Comment’ section of the newspaper.
Beyond Recovery’s team has been enhanced with the addition of new project co-ordinator, Derrick Mason. Derrick, who was formerly a Beyond Recovery apprentice, joined the team to help mentor people in prison initially. However, his role has now been expanded to provide direct support to Jacqueline Hollows, founder of the social enterprise.
Social Enterprise Mark CIC recently awarded Beyond Recovery with Aspiring Social Enterprise accreditation. Having Aspiring Social Enterprise status shows that Beyond Recovery has proved its commitment to social enterprise principles.