From dependency to work
Addressing the multiple needs of offenders with drug problems
Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol
Aims and objectives of the programme
The programme's target group
Chapter 2: How the programme performed: The effectiveness of D2W as a pan-London referral mechanism
Client perceptions and experiences of D2W
The short-term impact of D2W on offending behaviour
Chapter 3: Constraints on programme performance: Setting the programme up
Wider structural and organisational changes
Internal programme management and organisation
Recruiting and retaining staff
Confusion about the scope of the scheme
Problems identifying multiple needs
Treatment planning and care management
Addressing multiple needs: a parallel or sequenced approach?
Developing an exit and forward strategy
Chapter 4: Conclusions: Did D2W help those who engaged with it?
Did D2W reach the target number of offenders with multiple needs?
Did D2W actually address multiple needs?
Was the D2W concept viable?
What funding and performance management regimes might better foster partnership work?
How best should government contract with the voluntary sector?
Successors to D2W?