“These guys, they believe in people who have made mistakes,” Kyle says. He is now 21, and can look back on a completed programme. “It’s a beautiful place.”
For our lead feature this week, Sarah Woolley visits Glebe House to find out about its work among young sexual offenders.
Since the 1990s, Glebe House has specialised in treating harmful sexual behaviour. This is defined as developmentally inappropriate sexual behaviour displayed by children and young people, and which may be harmful or abusive. It is a complex issue, but young people leaving the care of Glebe House are far less likely to reoffend than peers with similar backgrounds.
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