Claims that a scheme to help troubled families in Hartlepool has had ‘zero impact’



A multi-million pound scheme to help troubled families, including those in Hartlepool, is having ‘no significant impact’ a report has claimed.
The town was one area chosen to be part of the £448million government initiative, The Troubled Families Programme, aimed at fixing problem neighbours.
Launched in the wake of riots in 2011, it was designed to turn around the lives of 120,000 of the most “troubled” families in England by 2015 and was then extended for five years bringing the total cost to more than £1billion.
Hartlepool was identified as having 290 troubled families, with 242 eligible... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 20
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