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FAMILY INTERVENTION PROJECT Rumi Hussain – Manager
AGENDA -ADDRESS ASB -REDUCE DISRUPTION -REGONISE FAMILIES COMPLEX NEEDS -A DIFFERENT APPROACH
SURVEY IDENTIFIED 3 MAIN CAUSES OF YOUTH ASB -Poor Parenting -Boredom -Not enough to do
HACKNEY FIP -Looks at root causes -Time limited -Intensive -Homebased
AIM OF PROJECT -Bring Stability -Prevent Homelessness -Improve outcomes for Children -Reduce ASB
CRITERIA -Families with children under 18 -Families engaged in ASB activities -Causing a nuisance and distress to neighbours -Tenancies at risk -Subject to ASB or ABC -Children not in education
PROCESS REFERRAL MEETING WITH PROFESSIONALS MEETING WITH FAMILY CONTRACT
EVERY CHILD MATTERS -Being healthy -Staying safe -Enjoying and achieving -Making a positive contribution -Economic well-being
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