Troubled Families teams to get £5m to tackle youth violence

Neil Puffett
Monday, October 22, 2018

Local authorities will be able to bid for funding from a £5m government fund to boost the work their Troubled Families teams do with young people involved with gangs and serious youth violence, it has been announced.

Councils will be able to bid for funding to bolster their response to youth violence and gangs in their local area, as part of their Troubled Families programme. Picture: Photographee.eu/Adobe Stock
Councils will be able to bid for funding to bolster their response to youth violence and gangs in their local area, as part of their Troubled Families programme. Picture: Photographee.eu/Adobe Stock

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