Job Vacancies
& Volunteer Work

November 13th, 2016

“You are among the nicest people I have ever known, both staff and volunteers. You will never be forgotten for the thoughtfulness you have shown”

November 13th, 2016

“You are all so kind and made me feel like a respected human being again and not just a prisoner’s wife. Believe me that was so comforting and humbling.”

June 3rd, 2016

The charity organisation HALOW operate a designated help and support line for the families and friends of prisoners at HMP Birmingham on 0121 598 8050

HALOW Job Opportunities

for more informnation and an application pack please email Debbie Johnson on audioandcopytyping@gmail.com

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JOB REF: Family Support Worker 2 months ago

for more informnation and an application pack please email Debbie Johnson on audioandcopytyping@gmail.com

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JOB REF: Children’s Worker 2 months ago

for more informnation and an application pack please email Debbie Johnson on audioandcopytyping@gmail.com

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JOB REF: Family Support Worker 2 months ago

for more informnation and an application pack please email Debbie Johnson on audioandcopytyping@gmail.com

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JOB REF: Family Support Worker at 2 months ago

Job Description

HALOW (Birmingham) is a rather unique charity. Its charitable aims are to relieve poverty, sickness and distress, and...

JOB REF: Trustee 01/12/2016

Volunteer Work for HALOW

All Halow Centres

If you would like to become a volunteer at a particular centre, please telephone the appropriate centre in the first instance or download the appropriate for...

JOB REF: Volunteers 13/08/2016

Clare is very helpful, polite and makes everyone feel happy

(HMP Oakwood Visitor)

Ladies in the centre are really lovely. What a brilliant lot of staff

(HMP Birmingham Visitor)

Cindy & Ray are both friendly, helpful and a credit to the visitors’ centre

(HMYOI Brinsford Visitor)

A huge thank you to Dan for his time, effort and care into making my wedding day extra special

(HMP Oakwood Visitor)

The staff at the visitors’ centre are excellent; they really put themselves out to help myself and my children

(HMP Stafford Visitor)

The 'Family Pathway Centre' (visitors centre) was an exellent facility, run by the Help and Advice Line for Offenders' Wives (HALOW), who were available before and after visits to offer information, advice, and guidance and a signposting service to support agencies. There was a multi-faith room and children's play area, and refreshments were available. Access for visitors with disabilities was good.

(HMIP report on HMP Oakwood 2013)

(HMYOI Brinsford Child visitor)