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By Nina Jacobs |
26 June 2018
Group of young people in Newcastle and Gateshead recruited to help commission child mental health services.
By Neil Puffett |
Council used to "spot purchase" supported accommodation for care leavers as and when it was needed.
Councils and independent providers in southern England strike five-year agreement on managing foster care placements.
By Jo Stephenson |
New team set up to improve placement finding, monitor contracts and work with providers to shape the market.
By Derren Hayes |
Most easterly London borough is investing in early help services in response to a recent influx of children and families.
By NSPCC |
The latest in a series of articles about emerging safeguarding practice looks at how the NSPCC develops evidence-based approaches to design systems and services to provide early help to prevent child neglect.
By Atiya Gourlay |
Young people in East Sussex worked with the council, NHS, schools and a voluntary organisation to produce booklets and posters helping schools to support pupils' mental health.
By Charlotte Goddard |
Learning practical phone repair skills is helping young people to improve their employment prospects and drive down reoffending.
Project enables young refugees and people seeking asylum to become active and valued members of their communities.
By Sophie Eminson |
Mental health problems have been rising rapidly in the Netherlands since 2015; mental disorders are responsible for 12 million sick days in the country, costing €2.7bn each year.
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