Under one roof

Paper that explores how social housing providers can face up to the dual challenges of increased demand and fewer resources by doing what they do best – providing early, low level supports inan integrated fashion, to ensure resources go further and to generate greater cost savings for the NHS, social care and criminal justice systems.

It focuses on what is called ‘earlier’ intervention and ‘risk mitigation’ – intervention at the moment a problem arises for a social housing tenant, using a greater range of ways to identify these problems; and intervention before problems have arisen, based on an assessment of potential risk factors.

Author: 
Claudia Wood
Author: 
Jo Salter
Author: 
Phillida Cheetham
Publisher: 
Demos
Published: 
2012
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