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Project ID: INDIGO-POJ-0178

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Child and family welfare


Date outcomes contract signed: Nov 2019

Start date of service provision: Feb 2019

Anticipated completion date: Jul 2026

Capital raised

982.67k GBP minimum (1.25m USD minimum)

Delivery locations

  • Norfolk County Council

Target population

Children and young people (C&YP) aged 8-15. There will be two target cohorts: 8 to 15-year-old Edge of Care cohort and 8 to 15-year-old In Care cohort

Intervention description

The intervention used is Family Functional Therapy – Child Welfare. It seeks to improve communication and supportiveness between parents or guardians and young people, while decreasing hostility.


  • Days out of care. For the Edge of Care cohort, a 33% Deadweight will be applied (for those that would not have entered care). For the In Care cohort, no deadweight will apply. To be paid for up to 3 years.



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