Pis d’Acollida

Pis d’Acollida

Penitentiary Pastoral Association, also known as APP, is a non-profit association that runs a transition house, named Pis d’Acollida, located on the outskirts of Palma, a city in Mallorca. Pis d’Acollida is described as a comprehensive support and counseling service for former people in detention in the process of social-employment integration. In addition to the transition house, APP offers non-residential support to people who have been released from prison and are in a situation of social exclusion. Furthermore, they run a project to support people in detention during their leave from prison.

about

The operation in Pis d’Acollida is based on three fundamental principles: normalization, responsibility and autonomy for residents. The facility provides basic needs for residents by ensuring their housing, nutrition, hygiene and overall comfort. In addition, emphasis is placed on encouraging the acquisition and development of essential daily living skills. Central to Pis d’Acollida philosophy is the active participation of residents in the daily functioning of the facility. They are encouraged to assist in the household by helping with meal preparation, cleaning and maintenance, giving them a sense of responsibility and self-reliance. As part of their contribution to the community and their personal growth, residents are also expected to donate 25% of their income to the Pis d’Acollida, reinforcing their involvement and responsibility.

about

The operation in Pis d’Acollida is based on three fundamental principles: normalization, responsibility and autonomy for residents. The facility provides basic needs for residents by ensuring their housing, nutrition, hygiene and overall comfort. In addition, emphasis is placed on encouraging the acquisition and development of essential daily living skills. Central to Pis d’Acollida philosophy is the active participation of residents in the daily functioning of the facility. They are encouraged to assist in the household by helping with meal preparation, cleaning and maintenance, giving them a sense of responsibility and self-reliance. As part of their contribution to the community and their personal growth, residents are also expected to donate 25% of their income to the Pis d’Acollida, reinforcing their involvement and responsibility.

about

The operation in Pis d’Acollida is based on three fundamental principles: normalization, responsibility and autonomy for residents. The facility provides basic needs for residents by ensuring their housing, nutrition, hygiene and overall comfort. In addition, emphasis is placed on encouraging the acquisition and development of essential daily living skills. Central to Pis d’Acollida philosophy is the active participation of residents in the daily functioning of the facility. They are encouraged to assist in the household by helping with meal preparation, cleaning and maintenance, giving them a sense of responsibility and self-reliance. As part of their contribution to the community and their personal growth, residents are also expected to donate 25% of their income to the Pis d’Acollida, reinforcing their involvement and responsibility.

Pis d’Acollida is a:

Halfway house/transition house

for:

12 PEOPLE,
Mixed-gender

Indicated principles:

Community-integrated, Differentiated, Small-scale

Pis d’Acollida is a:

Halfway house/transition house

for:

12 PEOPLE,
Mixed-gender

Indicated principles:

Community-integrated, Differentiated, Small-scale

Pis d’Acollida is a:

Halfway house/transition house

for:

12 PEOPLE,
Mixed-gender

Indicated principles:

Community-integrated, Differentiated, Small-scale

Visited during the wish-eu project

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!

Visited during the wish-eu project

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!

Visited during the wish-eu project

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!

Penitentiary Pastoral Association (APP)

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Visited by RJN (23-01-2023)

Penitentiary Pastoral Association (APP)

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Visited by RJN (23-01-2023)

Penitentiary Pastoral Association (APP)

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Visited by RJN (23-01-2023)

"Shaping the future, a 1000 originals

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!

"Shaping the future, a 1000 originals

Small-scale, differentiated and community-integrated facilities can be found in many European countries. There is not one, but a thousand detention houses. As part of the two-year WISH-EU Project, Prison Insider developed an interactive map that visualizes a database of detention facilities from various European regions. Throughout this European-funded project, we identified and visited over 40 good practices that apply one or more of the following principles: small-scale, differentiation and community-integration. Since then, RESCALED has continued to identify and visit practices whose stories can inspire us to drive systemic change. We have further developed the map to include various filters and detailed reports so you can get to know these inspirational practices!