Issue details - Early help review and development of a city-wide strategy to support children, young people, and families at risk of disadvantage

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Early help review and development of a city-wide strategy to support children, young people, and families at risk of disadvantage

Nationally the Government has committed to extending the Troubled Families Programme and has renamed this as the Supporting Families Programme. The paper explains Supporting Families in more detail and the commitments the Council has signed up to.
Locally the Council plans to lead a multi-agency review of early help with the aim of improving the coordination of services to improve the outcomes of disadvantaged families. This will include transforming the way data is shared across different services and organisations.
The report also outlines plans to develop a strategy to support children, young people, and families at risk of disadvantage.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 01/06/2021

Decision due: 14 Jun 2021 by Children, Young People & Skills Committee

Lead member: Chair of the Children, Young People & Skills Committee

Lead director: Executive Director for Families, Children & Learning

Contact: Caroline Parker, Head of Service Email: caroline.parker@brighton-hove.gov.uk Tel: 01273 293587.

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