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Interactive map of services to support parents who experienced recurrent care proceedings

We are working alongside a consortium of partners (Research in Practice, Centre for Child and Family Justice Research, University of Essex and Pause), to develop a community of practice and website of learning resources designed to support parents who have experienced recurrent care proceedings.

The project outputs include the first national mapping of services in England (Mason and Wilkinson 2021), which enabled the development of this interactive map, which shows locally developed services, Family Drug and Alcohol Courts (FDACs) and Pause practices currently operating across England (as of July 2021).