Family Recovery Project
We support the Government's Troubled Families approach to reduce:
- antisocial behaviour
- non attendance at schools, and
We need to share personal data of individuals and families. This is to identify families who might need support, and to ensure the right type of services are provided. This includes:
- date of birth
- address, and
- which agency has worked with your family.
Who we share data with
Personal data of individuals and families will be linked with information from public and partner agencies. This will be used to identify, monitor and track the outcomes of families.
It might be shared with Government agencies and used for evaluation and research purposes. Data published for research purposes will be anonymous and will not identify individuals.
How the information is used
This information will inform our service about how effective it has been in reducing offending, truancy and getting people ready for work.
It will also help improve the programme and services you may receive in the future.
It will not affect your benefits.