Sisco couldn’t achieve the success it does, without our amazing staff and the support of our incredible volunteers.


I am Gemma, The criminal justice mentor for SISCO. I motivate and inspire individuals to achieve positive outcomes, see what I see in them to reach their full potential. I truly believe in change, encouraging others to grow, we can be anyone who we want to be, the achievement is endless.


Hey I’m Sinead, I’m one of the justice mentors for the prison. I want to help build a compassionate society that is relationship focused and trauma informed.


My name is Kevin Coyne aka Coyney. I’m a volunteer justice mentor with Sisco and I just try really hard to help inspire boys coming out of prison to change. I show them it’s possible, I changed, and I’ll never look back so if I can they can too.


After turning up to the hub one day with another organisation to do some training. I experienced something amazing within the SISCO group which I had never seen or felt before, I never left. Having the opportunity to help others who are experiencing the same thoughts and feelings that kept me using drugs for 20 years is a privilege. It is everyone at SISCO who has became like a second family to me.


Hi Stacey here volunteering at Sisco. This is my new passion to guide people into the light out from their own darkness, my goal is to empower as many people as possible. So let’s go team Sisco!!!!


Hi I’m Gillian I’m a community justice volunteer at Sisco. I feel so blessed and grateful to be part of this service and the amazing things we do to help people in addiction change and save their lives.


My name is Robert and over the past few years I have supported the work of Sisco. I believe that our prison based mentor service works because I’ve witnessed the outcomes from the men we support.


I’m kirsty, I wanted to volunteer with Sisco because I believe I’m a great asset and I want to use my skills to make a difference in the world.