The Positive Pathway

The ‘Positive Pathway’ is based on a combination of research, policy and consultations undertaken with local authorities, charities, other organisations and young people.

The ‘Positive pathway’ is a nationwide framework that we have put together, to help Local Authorities and their partners to develop a more collaborative and integrated approach that will lead to better outcomes for young people.

Since 2012 we have been working to roll out the ‘Positive pathway’ nationwide.

It aims to give a clear framework to better prevent young people aged 16 – 25 from becoming homeless in the first place. It also sets out the sort of services and support needed to help young people who do become homeless to build a more positive future.

Related Documents:

POSITIVE PATHWAYS DIAGRAM AND SUMMARY

POSITIVE PATHWAYS BOOKLET

CARE LEAVER PACK

The Youth Justice Accommodation Pathway

Preventing Homelessness and Supporting Better Outcomes for Young People involved in the Criminal Justice System in England.

The Youth Justice Accommodation Pathway (YJAP) is a practical tool that local authorities, criminal justice agencies and other partners can use to plan accommodation and support services for young people aged 16 – 25 who have been involved with the criminal justice system. It has been developed in collaboration with agencies working with and for young people with an offending history, and is informed by the voices of young people who have experienced homelessness.

YOUTH JUSTICE ACCOMMODATION PATHWAY INFORMATION PACK

THE POSITIVE PATHWAY MODEL: AN INDEPENDENT RAPID EVALUATION OF ITS IMPACT:

INDEPENDENT RAPID EVALUATION INDEPENDENT RAPID EVALUATION SUMMARY

COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING OFFER:

POSITIVE PATHWAY BIRMINGHAM

POSITIVE PATHWAY BIRMINGHAM -AFFORDABILITY MODELLING

For more information on the Comprehensive Housing Offer please see BSHP’s website