MEAM’s 2015-16 impact report looks at our progress against our shared vision: that everyone experiencing multiple needs in every local area can reach their full potential and contribute to their communities.
On 13 July Theresa May appointed her new Cabinet. This briefing sets out the Ministerial positions that we think are likely to have the most significant responsibilities affecting people with multiple needs.
This briefing explores how services supporting people with multiple needs in England can take advantage of new devolved powers, and sets out how tackling multiple needs can help commissioners deliver on their wider ambitions for public service reform.
This briefing explores how people with multiple needs can be supported towards employment. It is based on interviews across England with people seeking work, and the practitioners that support them.
MEAM has published an independent evaluation of its work over the last two years, undertaken by Jean Barclay in early 2016.
The first part of the Voices from the Frontline policy influencing guide aims to help you engage with a wide range of different bodies and stakeholders across criminal justice, health and housing; make them aware of the distinct needs of this group; and ensure they are taken into account in the design and delivery of services.
MEAM has responded to Dame Carol Black’s independent review, setting out evidence on what supports employment people with drug and alcohol problems in finding and staying in employment.
MEAM has submitted written evidence to the Work and Pensions select committee, based on conversations with people with experience of multiple needs and the staff who work with them.