Evaluation of an innovative supported housing scheme in Nottinghamshire
In 2008 Perpetuity were commissioned by Nottinghamshire DAAT to conduct a 12 month evaluation of an innovative supported housing scheme led by a partnership of local agencies including Supporting People, Primary Care Trust (PCT), Regional National Treatment Agency (NTA) and local housing and support provider Framework Housing Association (FHA). The scheme which offers supported accommodation for recovering substance misusers in Nottinghamshire was evaluated to assess the impact of the scheme on residents living in the units and to assess the effectiveness of the scheme to assist residents to successfully manage their accommodation and integrate into their local communities. The evaluation comprised of a series of interviews with residents living in the units as well as interviews with professionals involved in the design, setup, implementation and delivery of the scheme. The evaluation report provided the DAAT with some early findings in relation to the impact of the supported housing scheme on the lives of recovering drug and alcohol users in Nottinghamshire.
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