Relationship support interventions evaluation: research report

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Spielhofer, Thomas; Corlyon, Judy; Stock, Laura
Department for Education
Date of publication
1 January 2014
Research report: 315
Families, Children and Young People
Social welfare
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The aim of this evaluation was to measure change over time for participants involved in 3 relationship support interventions. There were several objectives exploring:

  • whether receiving the different types of relationship support results in changes in well-being, relationship quality and communication
  • increased awareness and likelihood of using relationship-strengthening behaviours
  • changes in attitudes towards accessing relationship support in future
  • the value for money of providing different forms of relationship support
  • how more couples can be informed about and encouraged to access different types of relationship support opportunities

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