Krami Stockholm
A collaboration between three authorities
The Employment Office (Af)
The Prison- and Probation Service(KV)...
Background
• Krami started 1980 in Malmö
• A result of a call for collaboration between authorities upon client release
fr...
Krami Sweden
Malmö
Helsingborg
Halmstad
Göteborg
Falkenberg
Umeå
Borlänge
Uppsala
Stockholm
Nyköping
Jönköping
Kristiansta...
Target group
Men and women
Previous criminality and/or alcohol or drug addiction, with
problems related to:
• Exclusion – ...
Aims for Krami
The purpose of the program is for the client to:
• Find, obtain and retain employment or education and
thus...
Method
• Social education – Konsekvenspedagogik
- Denmark
Basic assumptions
based on existentialism
• Freedom: All humans are free.
• Choice: All humans create themselves through t...
social skills
FREEDOM CHOICE DEED CONSEQUENCE RESPONSIBILITY
It is expected that all adults:
1. Are able to and have the w...
Krami offers guidance and support via:
• Daily scheduled program in 5 phases
Participants economy during the program:
• Fr...
3 - 4 weeks daily schedule 9.15-15.00
• What do you want– dreams, wishes for the future, vision
• What will you do
-create...
1-6 weeks
• To go from words to action, the work will proceed from the individual action plan
• Individual visits in order...
8 weeks to 3 months, sometimes up to 6 months
• Traineeship in the open labour market
• Working hours according to individ...
• Most of the participants are employed with the salary subsidised to the employer
from The Employment Office
• Follow up:...
Program for change of lifestyle
Keys for success
Offer hope, faith and confidence
for the future
Offer a real choice
Give ...
Krami target and expected
results
For practices with one (1) staff member
from each authority, the objective is that
30-40...
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W3 krami - A collaboration between three authorities

  1. 1. Krami Stockholm A collaboration between three authorities The Employment Office (Af) The Prison- and Probation Service(KV) The Municipal Labour market Administration(AMF)
  2. 2. Background • Krami started 1980 in Malmö • A result of a call for collaboration between authorities upon client release from prison. A need for co-ordination and co-operation, effective planning and long-term rehabilitation for this kind of clients. • Krami Stockholm started in 1992
  3. 3. Krami Sweden Malmö Helsingborg Halmstad Göteborg Falkenberg Umeå Borlänge Uppsala Stockholm Nyköping Jönköping Kristianstad/Hässleholm Krami Norge Tromsö Stavanger Västerås Eskilstuna Örebro Blekinge
  4. 4. Target group Men and women Previous criminality and/or alcohol or drug addiction, with problems related to: • Exclusion – limited knowledge and limited access to information regarding possibilities and requirements in society and in the labour market • Difficulty in understanding the connection between action/consequence • Difficulty in prioritizing • Impulse-driven • Living for one day at a time • Low self esteem
  5. 5. Aims for Krami The purpose of the program is for the client to: • Find, obtain and retain employment or education and thus become firmly established inside the labour market and in society • Learn to live according to the laws of the country • Become economically self-supporting and be able to participate in new social contexts
  6. 6. Method • Social education – Konsekvenspedagogik - Denmark
  7. 7. Basic assumptions based on existentialism • Freedom: All humans are free. • Choice: All humans create themselves through their own choices and actions. • Responsibility: All humans are responsible for the consequences of their choices and actions. • Fellowship: All humans are social beings who are nothing without their social context.
  8. 8. social skills FREEDOM CHOICE DEED CONSEQUENCE RESPONSIBILITY It is expected that all adults: 1. Are able to and have the will to create an independent life for themselves 2. Strive to be able to fend for themselves according to their own understanding and capacity 3. Take responsibility for their own social conduct 4. Strive to keep agreements and follow rules 5. Treat other people the way they themselves want to be treated 6. Manage to co-operate with other people 7. Are prepared to listen to the standpoints of others and are not sufficient single-handed Jag antar att med set som det stod förut menas det jag skrivit. Varför är andra delen av meningen inte punkt 8 och vad menas egentligen? att man inte klarar sig ensam eller inte existerar utan andra som det står I förra bilden. Det står att man inte är tillräcklig ensam och det blir ju underligt. Realise that no one can live outside society? Realise that we belong in a context? Jens Bay 2008
  9. 9. Krami offers guidance and support via: • Daily scheduled program in 5 phases Participants economy during the program: • From day one to the first day of employment the participant receives activity support from the Employment Office and if necessary supplement from the social services • During Phase 4-5 the participant is employed and gets a salary from the employer, in case of studies the participant gets financial aid for studies from CSN Phase 1 Guidance in group Phase 2 Individual guidance Phase 3 Traineeship Phase 4-5 Employment / Studies
  10. 10. 3 - 4 weeks daily schedule 9.15-15.00 • What do you want– dreams, wishes for the future, vision • What will you do -create a goal, action plan, become goal oriented • What is possible – to become aware of your own potential, get information of the existing possibilities and the demands of the labour market Phase 1 Guidance in group Phase 2 Individual guidance Phase 3 Traineeship Phase 4-5 Employment / Studies
  11. 11. 1-6 weeks • To go from words to action, the work will proceed from the individual action plan • Individual visits in order to learn more, get information • Access to guidance and support if needed Daily program 09.15 – 11.45 with meeting in the beginning of the day and a gathering in a group at the end of the day for daily planning and follow up Phase 1 Guidance in group Phase 2 Individual guidance Phase 3 Traineeship Phase 4-5 Employment / Studies
  12. 12. 8 weeks to 3 months, sometimes up to 6 months • Traineeship in the open labour market • Working hours according to individual agreement • Follow up: -with participant in group activity Wednesdays 1600-17.30 at Krami. Individual meetings if needed - with participant in the place of training together with the organizer of the traineeship according to individual agreement • Discussion about employment Phase 1 Guidance in group Phase 2 Individual guidance Phase 3 Traineeship Phase 4-5 Employment / Studies
  13. 13. • Most of the participants are employed with the salary subsidised to the employer from The Employment Office • Follow up: - Participant is welcome to attend the follow up in a group on Wednesdays 16.00-17.30 If needed individual meetings are booked. - with participant and the employer according to individual agreement Phase 1 Guidance in group Phase 2 Individual guidance Phase 3 Traineeship Phase 4-5 Employment / Studies
  14. 14. Program for change of lifestyle Keys for success Offer hope, faith and confidence for the future Offer a real choice Give support and encouragement Point out all results of progress Explain the context Challenge the criminal values Choose a homogeneous target group Identify differences and similarities Create training arenas separated from previous social context Work methodically and consequently Create activities that make it easier to change lifestyle Offer long term support and contact after the program
  15. 15. Krami target and expected results For practices with one (1) staff member from each authority, the objective is that 30-40 participants enrol per year. For larger practices the objective is that 50-60 participants’ enrol per year. 50% to employment

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