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Evaluation of Birmingham City Council's Step Down Programme: report of the preliminary findings January 2017

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The Step Down Programme is a partnership between Birmingham City Council and Core Assets which started in July 2014 to bring young people out of residential homes into foster placements. It is underpinned by a Social Impact Bond contract, funded by Bridges Ventures, a social investor who wants to make a difference for children and young people. They pay the additional cost of the service on top of the element that Birmingham City Council can meet. Provided the young person stays in a placemen...

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St Johns College
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Publisher:
The Rees Centre Publisher's website
Issue:
Jan 2017
Pages:
1-37
Publication date:
2017-04-04
Pubs id:
pubs:720618
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uri:f4cfe16f-747e-434d-a6c5-f60a7ea56380
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uuid:f4cfe16f-747e-434d-a6c5-f60a7ea56380
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