PILLARS operated a drop-in centre in Christchurch behind the Addington Remand Prison in the early 1990s. Prisoners' families could have a cup of tea or coffee before or after prison visits. They could also access support from PILLARS volunteers and meet with others in similar circumstances. The drop-in centre was one of the many ways in which PILLARS attempted to respond to the needs of prisoners' families.
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