£5.6 million project aims to reunite Rotherham families

A £5.6 million project to get looked after children back with their families has won approval from the council.

The five-year scheme — called MST-Fit — has seen a 75 per cent success rate in Leeds.

Rotherham Borough Council’s children’s department is forecasting a £9.5 million overspend this year, mainly because of the spiralling numbers of children in care.

MST-Fit works with youngsters aged 11 to 15, helping with behaviour management, new skills and learning to live with family again.

Read on… https://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/view,56-million-project-aims-to-reunite-rotherham-families_28215.htm

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