Camden are developing a new model of support for adolescents who experience multiple risks, which streamlines the multiagency response to these young people. Camden are also offering whole system improvement support to up to four authorities over the course of the programme.
Camden are establishing a new model of support for 13+ adolescents who experience multiple risks (which includes, but is not exclusive to, sexual exploitation, gangs, youth violence, drug running, modern slavery and radicalisation). This model will streamline the multiagency response to these young people and deals with the multiple complexities they face and which recognises overlapping themes.
This model complements and mirrors the statutory processes currently used to assess and intervene with younger children and ensure they are reflected for the adolescent group.
The model will:
Camden can offer bespoke peer support to up to two authorities each year. They will deliver up to 100 days per local authority, following a diagnostic of need.
Camden have expertise in Multiagency Safeguarding Hubs (MASH)/Front door, practice systems and young people experiencing multiple complex risks. They will offer whole system support.
Camden are also providing support for Croydon Council.