Presentation on theme: "Making Every Adult Matter Blackburn with Darwen"— Presentation transcript:
1Making Every Adult Matter Blackburn with Darwen Kenneth Barnsley & Angela Allen
2Blackburn with Darwen 147,800 population (2011) The 2011 census estimate of residentsBig increase on previous estimates from 2010 which was 141,698BwD has the 5th highest proportion of young people aged 0-19 (national average is 24%)The proportion of residents aged 65+ is 12.9% which is lower than the national average of 16.3%147,800 population (2011)28.7% aged 0-19 (approx.)78%/22% White/Asian ethnic origin split (approx.)17th most deprived on 2007 and 2010 IMD
3OutlineWe will work with the most chaotic adults currently living in HMOs who are in the revolving door of statutory and voluntary services in the Borough. We will consult with service providers and service users to re-design support and interventions where necessary to best meet their needsMention about where is all came from.Bid and so on
4Steering GroupAngela Allen - Families Health and Wellbeing Consortium and 3rd Sector representative on the Health and Wellbeing BoardPeter Cooke – Council Head of Housing StrategyKen Barnsley – Public Health Head of Engagement Research IntelligenceKaren Cassidy – DAATJustin Srivastava – Lancashire PolicePaul Connery – North West Homeless LinkPaul Lee – Head of SafeguardingPeter Dillon – Head of Integrated CommissioningMark Aspin – Community Safety ManagerSam Jones - CCGSupported by Divisional Police Command, Director of Public Health, Executive Director for People at the CouncilMention about where is all came from.Bid and so on
5OFFENDING DRUGS MEAM Story HOMELESSNESS MENTAL HEALTH Reoffending rate – 30.3% of Blackburn offenders reoffend, 26.9 EnglandReoffending – 0.99 reoffences per offender in Blackburn with Darwen, 0.78 EnglandDrug misuse – 1,297 users, 14.4/1000 in Blackburn with Darwen, 10.8 NW, 8.9 EnglandDrug Treatment – no routine measure BUT 959 in effective treatmentAlcohol Related Harm - 3,076/100,000 hospital stays for alcohol related hard in Blackburn with Darwen, 1,974 EnglandStatutory Homelessness – 0.44/1000 in Blackburn with Darwen, 2.37 EnglandRough Sleepers – 1.4/100,000 in Blackburn with Darwen, 2.1 NW, 4.3 England – anecdotal evidence that this is increasing over the last year or soContacts with mental health services – 757/1000 in Blackburn with Darwen, 313 EnglandCare Programme Approach – 9.1/1000 in Blackburn with Darwen, 6.4 EnglandDRUGSMEAMStoryStats are from our Return to CLG ‘P1E’ on statutory homelessness responseStatutory Homelessness :- many single homeless do not count as Priority Need under the legislation either because they do not have a local connection or because of homelessness regulations regarding intentionalityRough Sleeping :- the reason we have low levels of rough sleeping is because of oversupply of unsatisfactory HMO accommodation.HOMELESSNESSMENTAL HEALTH
6OFFENDING DRUGS HOMELESSNESS MENTAL HEALTH MEAM Provision Inside Out – Caritass CareSafe Project – (Blackburn Diocese) – female offendersWish Centre – DV, families, victims, perpetratorsWomens Centre – female offenders and those at risk of offending, street sex workersRevolution – integrated offender managementProbation – support for offendersYOT – support for young offendersMutual aid - Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, CocaineAnonymous (or just AA, NA and CA)Café Hub – recovery focussed community interest company, volunteer, trainingand employment opportunities, social reintegration for those in recoveryDAAT – Remodelling of the system /ABCD/ Recovery workshopsEvolve – treatment & recovery support provider for less chaotic clients. Relapse prevention, recovery Life Skills, floating housing support, SMARTFast Forward – supporting and training volunteers to enhance recovery, work in substance misuse sector,RAP – Recovery Access Pilot (partnership community assets approach with volunteers, peers, services and key stakeholders)GMW – Pharmacological and psychosocial treatment and recovery, Criminal Justice element to treatment services, dual diagnosis, referral to detox and rehab, SMARTJarman Centre – drug and alcohol training, needle exchange, harm reduction, support for street sex workersLifeline – young persons substance misuse support, SMART Carers CASH projectTHOMAS – residential rehab, drop in and housing supportGreat Places - accommodation and housing supportVOICE service user network and breakfast club for the homelessHALs – Hospital Alcohol Liaison Service ELHT/ GMW and CRIFoyer – young peopleSalvation Army – homeless accommodation, day-centreThomas – working with homeless adults, drop-in service, floating support, residential rehab (male only), supported accommodation for people through re-hab, prolific offendersNightsafe – support and accommodation for young people 16-25James Street (TVH) Homeless AccommodationLancashire Care Foundation TrustMindYoung MindsWomen's centreBrookChild Action North WestDRUGSMEAMProvisionHOMELESSNESSMENTAL HEALTH
7Community Safety Partnership Health and Wellbeing Board OFFENDINGCommunity Safety PartnershipHealth and Wellbeing BoardAlcohol prevention action strategy groupDAAT JCGHousing Needs TeamH.M.O Partnership GroupD.A Strategic GroupLocal Safeguarding Adults BoardSuicide prevention GroupDRUGSMEAMGovernanceHOMELESSNESSMENTAL HEALTH
8Cohort Identification Estimated 500 adults with complex needs in privately run HMOsIn addition there are 85 beds in supported housing for single homelessUsing the Chaos Index to identify a manageable group of around 50 with significant issuesCohort profiling for residents in 8 large HMOs is almost completed – available soonThe 500 is beds in the Privately run HMOs.Salvation Army, Foyer etc are Registered Provider (or housing association) supported housing and are in addition to the 500.‘Institutional accommodation ‘is the wrong word for this provision as I suppose the private HMOs could also be described as such.Link to Chaos Index???
9Cohort ProfileRevolution team produced a detailed profile of 10 people that have been in one of the HMOs that has now been targeted and closedAll were prolific offenders - some with more than 200 offencesMost with a serious drug problemSome local, but most from many places with history of offending and prisonMore than half experienced serious childhood traumaThe 500 is beds in the Privately run HMOs.Salvation Army, Foyer etc are Registered Provider (or housing association) supported housing and are in addition to the 500.‘Institutional accommodation ‘is the wrong word for this provision as I suppose the private HMOs could also be described as such.Link to Chaos Index???
10Linked InitiativesTransforming Lives –operational model for partnership working with families and individuals presenting concerns, or risk to themselves or communities, to improve outcomes and deliver efficiency savingsACE – local innovative study on the life impacts of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) – to develop screening and early intervention approachesPrison Discharge for homeless –prioritising this currently working with Prisons, Shelter and others in Lancashire.ABCD substance misuse recovery modelSupporting People - Review of commissioning intentions
12Development September workshop - Business plan – initial business plan completed with partner agreement and funding strategy and options for developmentResources – secured £50k from Public Health to kickstart the workStrategic Links – MEAM integrated into Transforming Lives as key part of referral pathwayThe 500 is beds in the Privately run HMOs.Salvation Army, Foyer etc are Registered Provider (or housing association) supported housing and are in addition to the 500.‘Institutional accommodation ‘is the wrong word for this provision as I suppose the private HMOs could also be described as such.Link to Chaos Index???
13What next? Steering group – terms of reference etc. Continue cohort profilingChaos index – implement to select pilotBusiness Plan – finalise year 1 model and secure funding to add to Public Health ContributionFunding Opportunities - work with Integrated Transition Funding group to identify appropriate fundingOperating model – partnership agreementEvaluation – options for evaluation