Children's services 'increasingly supported by voluntary sector'

Joe Lepper
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Demand for voluntary sector organisations to provide support services for children and young people is rising as cash-strapped councils look to prioritise support for the most vulnerable, a study has found.

Without local authority support, many families subject to the “no recourse to public funds” policy would be destitute. Picture: Shutterstock
Without local authority support, many families subject to the “no recourse to public funds” policy would be destitute. Picture: Shutterstock

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