Stage of development: Implementation
Policy sector: Health
Date outcomes contract signed: Jun 2020
Start date of service provision: Sep 2020
Anticipated completion date: Sep 2024
Capital raised (minimum): GBP 1.25m (USD 1.54m)
Max potential outcome payment: GBP 4.10m
Service users: 6k+ individuals
The aim of the Chances Programme is to make the most disadvantaged neighbourhoods in the UK healthier, more connected and safer, by providing new opportunities and alternative life pathways for children and young people.
Children and young people aged between 8-17 with specific issues - low school attendance, recent offenders, looked after children, NEETS, pre-NEETs, and young people with mental health problems.
The following articles are taken from the Systematic Review of Outcomes Contracts Collaboration (SyROCCo) Machine Learning tool.
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