The University of Sheffield is working in partnership with CFE Research to evaluate the Lottery funded Fulfilling Lives programme. To date, the programme has supported over 3,000 people from 12 areas across England who have experience of homelessness, substance misuse, reoffending and mental ill-health.
To mark Multiple Disadvantage Day members of the evaluation team will be sharing their latest findings – why does Multiple Disadvantage matter, what are the costs, who is affected and what makes a difference when supporting this group. The lecture will also celebrate the achievements of the Fulfilling Lives programme.
Everyone is welcome and the lecture will be of particular interest to those working in health and social care, criminal justice, housing and social policy. Registration is free however there are limited tickets available so please sign up here http://management.sheffield.ac.uk/events/63959024163/