We believe it’s quite simple: access to these three basic things is fundamental to transforming lives and communities. All Catch22 services deliver at least one (and often all three) of these outcomes. We call these our 3P’s.
This is about putting the human connections and relationships back into public services. Our experience teaches us time and time again that what makes a difference in people’s lives are strong and meaningful relationships with good people who care. Whatever their needs, we surround our service users with a positive network of good people.
Having something meaningful to do is essential for people trying to build better lives for themselves and their families. That could be a job, an apprenticeship, education, training or even a social action project that contributes positively to their communities. The sense of achievement and value that comes with purposeful activity helps people understand their own potential and opens the door to real opportunity.
A good place to live
If a person has a good place to live, a community where they feel safe and at home, they can properly focus on making changes in the rest of their lives. This is also about encouraging and enabling communities to be more active and engaged, a vital first step in creating a thriving and prosperous society.
Catch22 changes lives by delivering frontline public services. We then take our experience and the surplus made from delivery, and reinvest it in piloting new ways of doing things.
We deliver services for young people, families and adults, across justice, social action, education and into employment. Our strong frontline delivery expertise not only changes lives, but gives us direct insight into how the system is working and what needs to change.
We invest in new ideas that will improve outcomes for our service users. We deliver reform through our existing services, in partnership with others and by building new organisations.