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An Evaluation of Manchester Drugs and Race Unit's Reaching Out Programme

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University of Central Lancashire
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  • Hn Social History And Conditions. Social Problems. Social Reform
  • Hv Social Pathology. Social And Public Welfare

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Evaluation of Manchester Drugs and Race Unit’s ‘Reaching Out’ Programme: 1 Evaluation of Manchester Drugs and Race Unit’s ‘Reaching Out’ Programme Alastair Roy ISCRI University of Central Lancashire Harrington Building Preston PR1 2HE [email protected] 2 Contents Acknowledgements .................................................................................................. 3 1. Introducing the Reaching Out programme .......................................................... 4 1.1 Background ................................................................................................. 4 1.2 Overview ..................................................................................................... 4 2. Methodology ........................................................................................................ 6 2.1 Introduction ................................................................................................ 6 2.2 Methods ...................................................................................................... 6 2.3 Data analysis ............................................................................................... 7 2.4 Work programme ....................................................................................... 7 2.5 Ehical consdierations .................................................................................. 9 3. Results ........................................................................................................... 11 3.1 The Commissioner………………………………………………………………………………..11 3.2 The Referral Agents .................................................................................. 14 3.3 The managersof Participating Community Organsiations ....................... 18 3.4 The Beneficiaries ...................................................................................... 24 4 Discussion ................

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