Sector leaders call on government to rethink Early Intervention Grant cut

Gabriella Jozwiak
Monday, October 1, 2012

Children's sector leaders are urging ministers to drop plans to hold back £150m from the Early Intervention Grant, to avoid spending more on crisis support in the long-term.

Services for families and young people could be put at risk by cuts to the Early Intervention Grant. Image: Peter Crane
Services for families and young people could be put at risk by cuts to the Early Intervention Grant. Image: Peter Crane

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