Connecting the dots.

We believe in creating a life changing support network.

What we do

Lighthouse Midlands is a community project aimed to support those on release from prison through the coronavirus ( COVID 19) epidemic Integrating back into the community already has its challenges and its now more than ever those on release will need guidance to access crucial support services to ease their transition.

With a team of volunteers and via communication platforms we mentor and signpost people within the Midlands on whats available and where, ensuring that up to date information is at hand every step of the way

How we can help

Digital Communications

Using webinars, video calls and 1to1 support to deliver the advice you need.

Virtual connections

Supporting you to access the services you need.

Developing a positive future

Helping you get the tools to develop, whilst mentoring you every step of the way.

24 hour reply time

We act quickly because you are our top priority.

If you or someone you know is in need of support, please click the button below and get in contact with us.

Get in contact via our socials.

  • prisonwellbeing
  • @lighthousemids
  • @prisonwellbeing



Supporting individuals furthest away from mainstream support.


A key resource to aiding our community through streamlined connectivity.

Learn More

Want to find out a little more? Download our PDF which explains everything in detail.


A key resource to aiding our community through streamlined connectivity.

We use our lived experience to remove barriers and build meaningful connections.

We offer an authentic approach with authentic solutions.

We work to people's strengths and abilities to unlock their own potential.

We are always looking for volunteers.

If you're active within the community have a listening ear and are passionate about we do, please don't hesitate and apply to join us now.

Some Statistics

Here are some statistics to help show you why we do what we do.


People currently in prison in the UK.


Offenders were released in 2018.


Nearly half of adults (48%) are reconvicted of another offence within one year of release.


Young people in custody by the end of 2019. 38 of these were 14 or younger.