Today David Cameron has announced plans for a network of "troubleshooters" to give more focused support to England's most troubled families. He’s promised to turn around the lives of 120,000 families who have multiple problems and complex, chaotic lives. This is a joined-up policy solution for families with complicated problems based on joined-up evidence. And much of that evidence has come from two vital research initiatives led by us: the Families and Children Study (FACS) and Family Interventions assessment.
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BSA, British Social Attitudes, FACS, Families and Children Study, family interventions, housing, poverty, unemployment