Providers will be paid by councils

February 2002
Community Care;2/7/2002, Issue 1408, p7
Reports on the proposal of Great Britain's government to provide grant to councils to pay providers of social support under the Supporting People program. Details on the proposal; Approach use by service providers and local authorities in determining the size of their Supporting People grant; Remarks from housing minister Sally Keeble.


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