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Barclay, Jean [MEAM] . (2016) Changing systems, changing lives: a brief review of the Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) Coalition. England: Making Every Adult Matter. 34 p.

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Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) is a coalition of Clinks, Homeless Link and Mind, formed in 20091 to improve policy and services for people facing multiple needs. Together the charities represent over 1,300 frontline organisations and have an interest in the criminal justice, substance misuse, homelessness and mental health sectors.

This review has five sections and focuses in particular on the last two years of MEAM’s work:
Section 1: A summary of how MEAM has developed
Section 2: Review methodology
Section 3: The MEAM Coalition’s work in local areas, focussing on MEAM Approach areas2
Section 4: MEAM’s influencing work
Section 5: Review of monitoring and evaluation of MEAM


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