Comprehensive Services for Complex Needs: A Summary of the Evidence

Revolving Doors, 29 January 2015

This report assesses the evidence for three programmes designed to work directly with people facing multiple and complex needs: Multisystemic Therapy; wraparound; and the link worker model. It shows these programmes can address important issues such as crime and homelessness, while improving clients’ wellbeing.

The briefing outlines both the cost-benefit and the effectiveness of these service models.  The report shows that some of the most excluded and disadvantaged people in society can be effectively helped through better, more targeted support.

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