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Supporting people: supporting service change in a time of pressure: sharing lessons for service reconfiguration and decommissioning

01/12/2010


England

Supporting people: supporting service change in a time of pressure: sharing lessons for service reconfiguration and decommissioning

Description

The £6.5bn investment for the Supporting People (SP) programme over the next spending review period reflects the government’s commitment to protecting vulnerable people. Nevertheless, given the current fiscal position, a number of administering authorities will still have some difficult decisions to make in relation to Supporting People services.

This paper has been produced by CIH and LGA and highlights areas of positive practice which will support authorities when making difficult decisions about future service provision.



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