Anti-Social Behaviour Family Intervention Projects

Family Intervention Projects (FIPs) work with the most challenging families and tackle issues such as anti-social behaviour, youth crime, school absenteeism, drug and alcohol addiction, domestic violence, poor mental health and inter-generational disadvantage. This DCSF report presents information about the families that received a FIP intervention aimed at reducing anti-social behaviour up until 31st March 2009. Leadership Briefings Issue 4.07 (43)

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