New report published: “Promising practice”, with key findings from local evaluations to date
The national evaluation team have published key findings from local evaluations in their latest report, Promising Practice. The report: Highlights…
Learning is a central element of the Fulfilling Lives Multiple Needs initiative.
Download the latest reports from the national and local evaluations, case studies, practice guides and briefings.
What’s it about?
A £100 million is being invested to improve the lives of people with multiple needs, by enabling better blended services. It aims to showcase and evidence more effective and efficient ways of organising and delivering services.
The National Lottery Community Fund have commissioned a team led by the University of Sheffield and CFE Research to evaluate their ‘Fulfilling Lives: Supporting people with multiple needs’ initiative and to provide a package of learning support.
The projects are supporting people with multiple needs, such as homelessness, reoffending, problematic substance misuse and mental ill health.
Find out more details on the participating projects.
This site has been developed by the evaluation partners (CFE Research and The University of Sheffield) to help aid learning and to enable the projects funded by the The Fulfilling Lives: Supporting people with multiple needs programme to exchange insights and experiences as the programme begins. It will also be a central resource for the dissemination of evaluation findings and evaluation related materials.