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Monitoring and evaluation of family interventions (information on families supported to March 2010)

Intensive family interventions (formerly known as Family Intervention Projects or FIPs) work with the most challenging families and tackle issues such as anti-social behaviour, youth crime, inter-generational disadvantage and worklessness in families. They take an intensive and persistent multi-agency approach to supporting the whole family and helping them overcome their problems, coordinated by a single dedicated ‘key worker’.