Charities form alliance for adults with multiple needs

December 2008
Community Care;12/11/2008, Issue 1751, p10
The article reports on a campaign launched by four charities for adults with multiple needs in Great Britain. The Making Every Adult matter coalition was formed by DrugScope, offender body rehabilitation body Clinks, Homeless Link and Mind. The charities seek to see a more coordinated approach in the sector to address social exclusion and lobby government.


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