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The Seeds Of Exclusion
The Seeds Of Exclusion
The Seeds Of Exclusion
The Seeds Of Exclusion
The Seeds Of Exclusion
The Seeds Of Exclusion
The Seeds Of Exclusion
The Seeds Of Exclusion
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The Seeds Of Exclusion

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  • 1. The Seeds of Exclusion The Seeds of Exclusion is a major report from The Salvation Army
  • 2. The Seeds of Exclusion Based on research undertaken in Salvation Army homeless centres The Seeds of Exclusion
  • 3.
    • The research reveals much about how they became socially excluded and homeless
    The Seeds of Exclusion Nearly 450 people were interviewed between Jan 2006 and March 2008
  • 4.
    • Many have more serious mental health conditions than previously documented
    The Seeds of Exclusion Many people become socially excluded because of poor relationships or homelessness in childhood
  • 5.
    • People who have
    • lived in ‘controlled’ environments like
    • prison or the military find it hard to adjust to independent life
    The Seeds of Exclusion The Salvation Army and other voluntary groups have an important part to play in caring for socially excluded people
  • 6.
    • The Salvation Army wants government and society to…
    The Seeds of Exclusion Do more to help families Recognise the need for better mental health care for homeless people Give more support to those people ‘in transition’ from controlled environments
  • 7.
    • The Salvation Army wants government and society to…
    The Seeds of Exclusion Recognise the role of the voluntary sector in caring for socially excluded people And The Salvation Army will play its part with new programmes and new emphasis
  • 8. The Seeds of Exclusion The Seeds of Exclusion Read the report and get more information on www.salvationarmy.org.uk/seeds

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