RESPECT: A personal development programme for young people at risk of social exclusion - Final Report
AffiliationCentre for Public Health Research, University of Chester
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AbstractThe RESPECT programme was funded for three years from the Government’s Invest to Save initiative. It brought together a number of elements of Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service’s earlier work with young people in a concerted attempt to tackle wider challenges pertinent to the fire services and partner agencies. RESPECT was a targeted intervention for young people living in Cheshire, Halton and Warrington who were aged 11 to 16 years and who were disaffected and/or displayed antisocial behaviour.
CitationChester: University of Chester, 2009.
PublisherUniversity of Chester
DescriptionThis is the final, summary report in the series of reports written on the RESPECT evaluation.
SponsorsThe RESPECT programme was funded for three years from the Government’s 'Invest to Save' initiative. The RESPECT partnership was made up of the following organisations: Cheshire Fire Service; The Youth Federation; Cheshire County Council; Halton Borough Council; Warrington Borough Council; and Cheshire & Warrington Connexions.
CollectionsClinical Sciences and Nutrition
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