Research and analysis

Understanding Troubled Families

Report on the Troubled Families programme and annex giving results of statistical tests carried out on the family monitoring data.

Documents

Understanding Troubled Families

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Results of the statistical tests carried out on the Family Monitoring Data

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Detail

Troubled families are those that have problems and cause problems to the community around them, putting high costs on the public sector. The government is committed to working with local authorities and their partners to help 120,000 troubled families in England turn their lives around by 2015.

This report describes the families who entered the Troubled Families programme up to December 2013, examining some of the problems they had at the point at which local authorities started working with them as part of the programme. It also discusses the implications of these findings and how local authorities are now changing the way they work with families.

The family monitoring data was collected by Ecorys as part of the national evaluation of the programme. Please read the Ecorys interim report on family monitoring data for more detail and additional results.