Durham Tees Valley CRC Participants Continuing to Support COVID-19 Response

Durham Tees Valley Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) have involved their Community Payback participants in an effort to aid the community response to COVID-19. They have worked together making 1650 masks, 400 scrub bags and 1500 ear savers to support the James Cook University Hospital health workers through the pandemic.Community Payback is a sentence created by the courts with each sentence varying between 40 and 300 hours of Unpaid Work. Participants of the scheme will work for a minimum of 7 hours per week in order to finish the requirement within a 12 month period. As well as working towards bettering the community, this work often helps participantsto develop both practical and social skills to aid their rehabilitation and progression into further education, training or employment.

 

Updated on Tuesday May 18, 2021.
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Community Payback Participants Support Response To COVID-19

Durham Tees Valley Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) have mobilised their participants across the region to be part of the community response to COVID-19, making over 1,000 masks and scrub bags for health workers and cooking and transporting meals to local people struggling with food insecurity during the pandemic.

 

Updated on Friday February 26, 2021.

Charity Donations

   Royal British Legion UPW participants worked relentlessly to raise this money out of respect to our armed forces veterans.  As members of the Armed Forces Covenant DTV CRC takes our responsibility to supporting veterans seriously and hope this money raised by those on Community …

 

Updated on Friday December 4, 2020.