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Celebrating 10 Years of our Family Intervention & Prevention Project

In 2010, the Family Intervention and Prevention Project was formed to support families at risk of losing tenancies and stability as a result of anti-social behaviour. Ten years on, the team has supported 300 families and enjoyed some amazing outcomes...

Formed on 15th November, 2010, the Family Intervention and Prevention Project (FIPP) offers a holistic approach, working intensively to ensure that families can become strong together.

They help with a wide range of issues including home maintenance, debt, children’s behaviour, family relationships and many other concerns. They support them through the toughest times in their lives and work to help get them to where they want to be.

FIPP also supports families to become part of their communities, encouraging them to join activities, meet new people and develop a support network they wouldn’t previously have had.

FIPP work with children and young people so they can reach their full potential, supporting them in school, the home and the community. They also work individually with parents, so they can access education, employment and reach their own goals.

And the results really do speak for themselves…