|Author:||Tom Mullen,Suzie Scott,John Flint|
|Publisher:||Scottish Executive (October 1, 2001)|
|Other formats:||lrf rtf lit mobi|
This paper presents details of a largely qualitative evaluation of an intensive multi-method Project, with a residential component, which aims to help families facing eviction to overcome their housing-related difficulties Cite. An assessment of multi-agency working in barmulloch and west drumoyne.
by John Flint, Tom Mullen, Suzie Scott. ISBN 9780755932528 (978-0-7559-3252-8) Softcover, Scottish Executive, 2001. Birthdays, Holidays, and Other Disasters.
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the benefits, and complexities, of multi-agency working
Enhancing the delivery of services to children, parents and communities is essential if we are to address the detrimental effects of poverty and exclusion.
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Multi-agency working is a dominant characteristic of emerging policy and practice across the range of social care settings. While this challenging activity places considerable demands at both practice and policy levels, when done well, service users agree it offers enhanced service provision. A valuable addition to the required reading for qualifying and post-qualifying programmes.