What they are and how to introduce them
Lankelly Chase’s report Hard Edges: Mapping Severe and Multiple Disadvantage in England may help you to understand the relationship between childhood trauma and experiencing multiple disadvantage later in life.
A paradigm shift: relationships in trauma-informed mental health services provides advice on how to ask service users about their previous trauma in a sensitive and respectful way (see Box 6).
Mental Health Foundation’s report on Providing effective trauma-informed care for women includes a service directory of organisations who may be interested in sharing insights from their trauma-informed work.
Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and is part of the National Fulfilling Lives Programme. This is a £112 million investment over 8 years supporting people who are facing multiple disadvantage; the people we work with have a combination and interconnected needs of mental ill-health, are homeless/or at risk of homelessness, substance use and/or offending histories.
Certitude is the lead agency of the programme, delivering the programme in partnership with Thames Reach and strategic partners; South London and Maudsley NHS Trust and the three boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham.
Fulfilling Lives Lambeth Southwark and Lewisham entered a new research and evaluation partnership with New Philanthropy Capital, Groundswell and the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research in 2020.
This guide was produced by charity think tank and consultancy New Philanthropy Capital, and is based on a literature review by the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR) for Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham, Understanding models of support for people facing disadvantage.
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