Ayrshire Alcohol Throughcare Service (AATS) is a voluntary service that has been designed to assist and help prisoners under the age of 30 who have been convicted of a second offence related to alcohol and require a little help to make a fresh start.
A Sacro support worker will work with you for a minimum of six weeks prior to your release from custody and continue to work with you for at least another six weeks post release.
The Arrest Referral Service engages with people at the point of arrest whose offending is linked to drug or alcohol misuse. By seeing the offender as soon as they are arrested, Sacro can offer them a pathway into harm reduction, treatment and rehabilitation services.
Bail Supervision is a direct alternative to being remanded in custody and is designed to reduce the risk of offending while on bail.
Sacro’s Community Payback Service works with people who have been involved in offending or anti-social behaviour. In partnership with the local authority, our officers supervise individuals placed on a Community Payback Order, giving them an opportunity to give something back to the community by providing a service of real benefit.
The service supports young people in Aberdeen city with a realistic community based alternative to secure accommodation or custody.
Sacro’s Learning/Disability Intensive Support Service in Aberdeen focuses on maximising outcomes for Supported People including promoting independence and reducing over-support.
These short term behaviour programmes are designed to promote discussion and reflection on areas of a young person’s life and their behaviour.
Sacro’s Travel Service provides transport from Glasgow and Edinburgh & the Lothians to Scottish prisons, Murray Royal Hospital and the State Hospital at Carstairs.