A home, a job and a future - EEDAPP Conference
26th September at Over Community Centre, The Doles, Over, Cambridge CB24 5HW
A CHANCE TO LEARN WHAT WORKS?
- Links with the new Social Justice Strategy and the national Making Every Adult Matter pilots
- Learn about the best way to support some of our most disadvantaged people towards employment
- See what works best for those not ready for the Work Programme
- Compare different approaches, including effectiveness and value for money
- Showcases a large number of initiatives supporting different client groups
- Promoting a joined up approach to planning and delivering services for people facing multiple barriers to work
WHO IS IT FOR?
Work Programme providers, supported housing providers, employment related service organisations, homelessness organisations, political leaders, commissioners of adult social services, offender support services, mental health charities, organisations supporting young adults and anyone interested in social justice for people most marginalised in our society.
WHAT IS THE EAST OF ENGLAND DISADVANTAGED ADULTS PILOT PROGRAMME?
A £500,000 one-off, 18 month, learning project. Funded by a Department of Health grant and administered by the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) Recognising that people facing multiple disadvantage often ‘fall through the gap’ the programme piloted a range of initiatives for better joining up supported housing, health and employment and training services.
The conference is free and can be booked at http://www.way2go.org.uk/eedapp-conference