The vision of a world-class Stockholm
Stockholm will grow into a city with a population of over a million in a region with...
Multi-faceted and rich
in experiences
Innovative and
growing
A Stockholm
for citizens
The vision's three themes
the city's...
A Stockholm for citizens
• Almost 45,000 children go to pre-schools, over 80,000 pupils are in
compulsory schooling, and o...
City Council 101 members
City Executive Board
Audit BoardNominations Committee
Personnel and Equal Opportunities
Committee...
CITY EXECUTIVE OFFICE
Mayor, Vice Mayors and Divisions
CITY EXECUTIVE OFFICE
City Council
focus goals for 2013
• Stockholm is an attractive, safe,
accessible and growing city fo...
City of Stockholm budget 2013 - expenditure
Approximately SEK 36.7 billion
Pre-schools and other educational care 16.4%
El...
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Stockholm's 14 district councils
Bromma
Enskede-Årsta-Vantör
Farsta
Hägersten-Liljeholmen...
Background for new focus
 Study on long-term outcomes of Sweden’s Contact Family
Program for children BoVinnerljung, Lars...
Social interventions - role modeling and
the importance of extra-familial adults
 Sweden’s Contact Family Program (CFP) s...
Almost like……..
 Respite or relief care programs in the UK, youth mentoring
programs in the US and the Aunties and Uncles...
Outcome
 The results did not find support for CFP effectiveness in
reducing risks of compromised long-term development in...
Outcome for the city of Stockholm
 An intense dialog on what kind of measures create results in
social work – Evidence ba...
Assignment to the social service
administration in budget 2013
 Produce a plan to create accessible, equal range of early...
Cont….
 Focus on better meeting children's and young people's need for
early intervention to reduce the need for action i...
Cont…
 Enables new models of collaboration between different actors
for children and young people's best.
 Support is gi...
Pilot projects…….
 Pilot project - Collaboration between social services - schools
Purpose: Testing a model for working w...
Investigation of possible regional platforms
• Questions to be answered:
What we have today in central social service admi...
Three regional platforms ??
 Will cover the following target groups' needs for early
intervention:
Children and young peo...
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  1. 1. The vision of a world-class Stockholm Stockholm will grow into a city with a population of over a million in a region with a population of almost three and a half million by 2030. A long-term, well-established vision for Stockholm is essential to strengthen its competitiveness and to meet the needs placed by more residents, companies and visitors. As the Capital of Scandinavia, Stockholm wants to be the natural city for companies to establish in, ahead of other cities in Northern Europe. Together the city's 40,000 personnel are doing what it takes to make Stockholm a world- class city.
  2. 2. Multi-faceted and rich in experiences Innovative and growing A Stockholm for citizens The vision's three themes the city's promise to Stockholmers
  3. 3. A Stockholm for citizens • Almost 45,000 children go to pre-schools, over 80,000 pupils are in compulsory schooling, and over 36,000 go to upper secondary schools with various specialities and organisational forms. • Almost 27,000 people receive some form of elderly care. • The Stockholm Jobbtorg ('Job Square') helps the unemployed. It offers a fast, individual assessment and guarantees an activity plan, a job or some other action within five days. • The city is investing in lighting, graffiti removal and cleaning of public spaces for a clean, safe and beautiful Stockholm. • The city's website, www.stockholm.se, enables Stockholmers to compare the city's services, make selections and use self-service round the clock. • The Stockholm Contact Centre and 'Äldre Direkt' for the elderly provide service over the phone. • The city is working systematically on operational development in order to give its citizens the best possible service. • and a lot more...
  4. 4. City Council 101 members City Executive Board Audit BoardNominations Committee Personnel and Equal Opportunities Committee Finance Committee The Council of Mayors Mayor's Office Traffic and Labour Market Division City Planning and Sports Division Schools and Education Division Elderly and Urban Develop- ment Division Urban Environment Division Social Affairs Division Culture and Real Estate Division 14 District Councils 16 Specialist Committees 16 Companies Stockholm’s political organisation
  5. 5. CITY EXECUTIVE OFFICE Mayor, Vice Mayors and Divisions
  6. 6. CITY EXECUTIVE OFFICE City Council focus goals for 2013 • Stockholm is an attractive, safe, accessible and growing city for residents, enterprises and visitors alike. • Quality and freedom of choice are being developed and improved. • The city's operations are cost effective.
  7. 7. City of Stockholm budget 2013 - expenditure Approximately SEK 36.7 billion Pre-schools and other educational care 16.4% Elementary schools, specialist schools and childcare for school children 21.1% Culture and sport 4.9%Elderly care 15.7% Support and service for people with disabilities 7.0% Individual and family care, and labour market 11.0% Regular and specialist upper secondary school 5.5% Traffic, streets and the environment 5.3% City planning and home building 1.5% Real estate management 2.0% Other 6.7%Expenditure from equalisation system 2.8%
  8. 8. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Stockholm's 14 district councils Bromma Enskede-Årsta-Vantör Farsta Hägersten-Liljeholmen Hässelby-Vällingby Kungsholmen Norrmalm Rinkeby-Kista Skarpnäck Skärholmen Spånga-Tensta Södermalm Älvsjö Östermalm 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.
  9. 9. Background for new focus  Study on long-term outcomes of Sweden’s Contact Family Program for children BoVinnerljung, Lars Brännström Anders Hjern at the Swedish Institute for Social Research, Department of social work Stockholm and Centre for Health and Equity Studies, Stockholm University.  Register data on 950,000 children born 1980–90, including 6693 children who entered CFP at 2–5 years of age, with a follow-up until 2008.  Financed by the City of Stockholm
  10. 10. Social interventions - role modeling and the importance of extra-familial adults  Sweden’s Contact Family Program (CFP) since 1982.  Volunteer families are commissioned to provide respite care and informal social support to children (primarily with single mothers) who have a stressful and/or adverse social situation.  CFP is much used by local authorities: roughly 4% of all Swedish children will at age 18 have experience of a contact family
  11. 11. Almost like……..  Respite or relief care programs in the UK, youth mentoring programs in the US and the Aunties and Uncles Co-operative Family Program in Australia
  12. 12. Outcome  The results did not find support for CFP effectiveness in reducing risks of compromised long-term development in children.  Since the intervention reaches a high-risk group of children and is popular among users, volunteer families and professionals, the program should be reinforced with knowledge-based components that target known risk factors for child welfare recipients.
  13. 13. Outcome for the city of Stockholm  An intense dialog on what kind of measures create results in social work – Evidence based practice - Evidence informed practice  ESF project 2 million euro to increase quality in investigation in childprotection cases.  An increased awareness of the importance of schoolresults for children receiving services from social services  Discussing early intervention in terms om social investment STADSLEDNINGSKONTORET
  14. 14. Assignment to the social service administration in budget 2013  Produce a plan to create accessible, equal range of early intervention of high quality for children and young people in Stockholm city Pilot projects between social service and schools and for kids at risk of dropping out or not getting final grades from elementary school starting in 16 different schools 2013 STADSLEDNINGSKONTORET
  15. 15. Cont….  Focus on better meeting children's and young people's need for early intervention to reduce the need for action in later life  Equal access and quality of services all over the city Increased cost effectiveness in the long and short term (thesis that early interventions are cost effective and there are efficiency gains to offer efforts of a few so-called platforms compared to 14 city districts today) STADSLEDNINGSKONTORET
  16. 16. Cont…  Enables new models of collaboration between different actors for children and young people's best.  Support is given at an early stage and should lower the number of cases reported to child protection. STADSLEDNINGSKONTORET
  17. 17. Pilot projects…….  Pilot project - Collaboration between social services - schools Purpose: Testing a model for working with multi-skilled team in 16 schools Target Group: Students, where difficulties in the school situation has arisen Effect: Students where difficulties in the school situation has arisen get final grades from elementary school. STADSLEDNINGSKONTORET
  18. 18. Investigation of possible regional platforms • Questions to be answered: What we have today in central social service administration and in the districts that could be on the platforms? • What services could we provide that we do not have today? (Evidence based practice) • How should the interface between the districts and future platforms look like? STADSLEDNINGSKONTORET
  19. 19. Three regional platforms ??  Will cover the following target groups' needs for early intervention: Children and young people at risk of physical or mental violence, abuse or neglect Children and young people at risk of a socially destructive behavior, such as substance abuse, crime or other self- destructive behavior Children and young people who are about to have a serious relationships problems with family and/or others. STADSLEDNINGSKONTORET

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