Troubled Families

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Medway Action For Families
(Troubled Families and
European Social Fund Programme)
Project Manager: Andrew Willetts
Troubled Families
Update
Update:
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Agreement to change the name from Troubled Families to:
‘Medway Action for Families’
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Standard Operating Procedure in place and awaiting signature with partners.
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Terms of reference developed for Strategic/ Operational and Task Groups.
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Budget in place.
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Developing initiative with DWP community engagement programme in Luton and
Wayfield.
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Data sent and returned from DWP and now internally processed.
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AASSA intensive keyworker to support in Luton and Wayfield as pilot develops.
Presentations to:
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Community Safety Partnership
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Children's Trust
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District Chief Inspectors Forum
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Councillors
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Luton and Wayfield Strategic Group
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Voluntary Sector Forum
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Health and Well-being Board
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Paper prepared for Kent Police Authority
DCLG event:
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DCLG 1-1 meeting. Like and happy with Medway programme
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Regional meeting took place- Medway on target.
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National event today…….
Data
Criteria:
1.
Are involved in crime and anti-social behaviour
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118 Families who meet Criteria 1 - Crime/Anti-social Behaviour (1 or more U/18 with a proven
offence in the last 12 months);
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29 Families who meet Criteria 1 - Crime/Anti-social Behaviour (ASBO, ABA or housing AS
intervention in last 12 months);
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Have children not in school
316 Families who meet Criteria 2 - Education (3 or more fixed school exclusions across last 3
consecutive terms);
29 Families who meet Criteria 2 - Education (In a PRU because previously excluded);
Not on a School Roll)
316 Families who meet Criteria 2 - Education (15% unauthorised absences across last 3
terms);
3.Have an adult on out of work benefits
(Awaiting to send list to DWP)
Met criteria 1 and 2
Met criteria 1 and 3
Met criteria 2 and 3
Met criteria 1, 2 and 3
Local criteria
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49 Families who meet Criteria 4 - Local (Adult Mental Health Problems);
40 Families who meet Criteria 4 - Local (Child Mental Health Problems - for reference we
have used CCIS to match and determine all young people that we have as having a
Statement)
Frequent Police call outs or arrests - there are 96 families recorded from data received,
Local Authority Considering LAC - we have again matched to CCIS and we there 9
families awaiting an up to date list of LAC from the LA
U/18 conceptions - we have used CCIS to match and have included those who are 18 and
have only matched 5 records
17 year old NEETS - again we have used CCIS to match and have found 5 families to date.
18 Year old NEETS - again we have used CCIS to match and have found 5 families
Luton & Wayfield Priority Groups - we have used the Medway Place Data to match 65
families
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Domestic Violence – Awaiting data
U/18 on a child protection plan – Awaiting data
Adults with proven offences in last 12 months (incl PPOs) – Awaiting data
Families involved in gang related crime - No data received to match to,
Adults with drug and alcohol misuse – Awaiting data
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U/18s with drug and alcohol misuse – Awaiting data
Map of Medway
showing location of
Troubled Families.
Top 3 wards = 30%
of Troubled Families
Ward:
Chatham Central
Gillingham North
Luton and Wayfield
Count
68
65
56
%
11.83
11.30
9.74
Implementation of
programme
Diagram showing how programme will develop over next 3 years:
Phase of implementation
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
2012 -13
Oct
Luton and
Wayfield
Pilot10
cases
Nov
Chat
Central
90
Cases
Dec
Gill
North
80
Cases
Gill
South
57
Cases
Phase 4
Phase 5
2013 -14
2014-15
April- June
AprilJune
Strood
100
Cases
Medway
100
Cases
Medway
123
Cases
Team around the Family
and PBR
Diagram showing service involvement through one plan:
Example Payment By Results (PbR) for family:
Strategic group
Service
1
Service
2
Service
5
TTAF
Service
4
Service
3
Over and above
Intervention
Service
costs
Intensive
40%
Enhanced
20%
Standard
10%
European Social Fund
Update
Update:
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On phase 4 in its development
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Implementation of work on target. Referrals slower than expected initially, but referrals on the
increase
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Programme linked with Youth Contracts (16-17 year old NEET’s)
DWP:
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Regional event taken place.
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Nationally slow start to programme.
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Medway well placed and also had visit from Chris Grayling as leading area for South East.
Presentations:
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Social care (CRAST teams)
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Children’s Centres
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Job Centre Plus
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Integrated Youth Services Support
Outcome:
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A Mum has undertaken programme and due to enthusiasm and achievement made, she has now
been employed to be a coach for the provider coaching further parents and young people
accessing the programme.
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3 cases closed as Child In Need and stepped down onto ‘progress programme’.
Referral update
Year 1: April 2012- March 2013
April May
June
August
Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4
IPS JCP/ Provider Social care Childrens centre
Actual 15
20
8
6
Target 20
50
110
40
Oct
Phase 5
IYSS
30
49
250
Results for Troubled Families
Troubled Families
Will this work….?
Panel/ focus group
Criteria and data matching
Single Point of entry
CSP
JCP
Integrated
Prevention
Service
Troubled
Families
(Virtual Hub)
School/
Academies
Housing
ESF
programme
Police
Probation
YOT
X 10
X9
Lead
SW Students
Keyworkers
Professionals
Health
Parenting
Social care
Inclusion
etc
Assessment in place (CAF/ CIN/ CP)
Salary
Delivery and action plan. (Includes focus on criteria)
NFA
Standard
Enhanced
Intensive
%
back
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FFT
Family evaluation
Review (6 weeks, 12 week,
and feedback
18 weeks, and 24 weeks).
Close
Payment by result
What next
Troubled Families:
• Develop steering group/ operational group
• Develop and agree evidence based toolkit for evaluation of
programme- (IYSS/ Hidden patterns)
ESF:
• Project Manager to be based in CRAST to support social care
referrals
• Provider (ATS) to be based in CRAST and Children's Centres
Medway Action for Families:
• Finalise the families to be supported in the first year
• Pilot on 5 families will be active shortly
• Hold stakeholder event for launch 1st October 2012.
• Start to work with families October 2012.
• Evaluate December 2012 and February 2013
• Claim PbR March and again in May 2013.
TF Numbers
How do we make this work?
This will be agreed when
developing the team around the
family. This will be based on
level of intervention planned and
hours of working to support
family. This can be used to back
fill post to support the initiative
Targets
Contacts
August 2012- March 2013 180
April 2013 - March 2014
257
April 2014 - March 2015
123
Total
560
On achieving all outcomes,
this will be used to support
further work and develop a
training/ mentoring hub for
parents to support other
families over year 2 and 3.
Upfront
£480'000
£514'000
£164'000
£1'162'667
PBR
£120'000
£342'666
£246'000
£703'999
Total
£600'000
£856'666
£410'000
£1'866'666
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