Evaluation tender for our enhanced resettlement programme supporting children in or at risk of custody.
New Horizon is seeking to appoint an individual, organisation or consortium for an external evaluation of the Enhanced Constructive Resettlement (ECR) programme. This unique programme was launched in 2018 by the London Borough of Camden to address the challenges of supporting a small cohort of young people who were entrenched in offending behaviours. Addressing their re-offending by supporting them to improve their life chances and fundamentally change their lifestyles is the key challenge and area of focus for the ECR investment programme.
The ECR model is based on the Youth Justice Model of Enhanced Constructive Resettlement. It prioritises co-production with children and young adults and the professionals in their support network and emphasises youth-focused engagement underpinned by psychological theory and clinical supervision.
The programme is delivered by our Youth Outreach Project team, a specialised and experienced team working with young Londoners who might be involved in or impacted by serious youth violence, crime, exploitation or any other situation putting young people at risk. We work holistically with children and young people, empowering them to make any changes they want in their lives and supporting them to stay safe.
Together with our partners we aim to take the learning from this project to make sure the needs of young people with offending behaviours are acted upon.
The budget for this work is £30,000 inclusive of VAT and expenses.
If you are interested in applying then you can do so via the brief, downloadable here: ECR Evaluation Tender
Deadline for submissions is Monday 18 October 2021, 10am.
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