Increasing the number of care leavers in 'settled, safe accommodation'

Document type
Literature review
Author(s)
Stein, Mike
Publisher
C4EO
Date of publication
1 September 2010
Subject(s)
Children and Young People, Housing and Homelessness
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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This knowledge review tells us what works in increasing the number of care leavers in ‘settled, safe accommodation’. It is based on a rapid review of the research literature involving systematic searching, analysis of key data, validated local practice examples and views from service users and providers. It summarises the best available evidence that will help service providers to improve services and, ultimately, outcomes for looked-after young people and their families.

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