Right for children, better for the ECONOMY
We assess the evidence of what works in early intervention for impact and relative cost, advise local authorities, charities and investors on the implementation of early intervention on the ground, and advocate for investment in effective early intervention to local and national policy makers.
EIF has been working in partnership with the Home Office to produce this research which aims to help local areas make more informed decisions about how best to identify those children and young people who may be at risk of involvement in gangs or youth violence…
Picking up the pieces from damaging social problems affecting young people such as mental health problems, going into care, unemployment and youth crime costs the Government almost £17 billion a year, new research…
A report on what works to improve the quality of parent child interactions from conception to age 5. The report was written by researchers at the Dartington Social Research Unit, University of Warwick and Coventry…
Domestic violence and abuse not only comes with an immense societal cost but a significant economic one. Early intervention is crucial for the prevention of domestic violence and abuse and the protection of vulnerable children, young people…
Search our interactive library of early intervention programmes and learn about good evidence of impact.
"'The Spending on Late Intervention' report is especially impressive as the work has been done with such patchy cost evidence available. A valuable piece of work in a fiendishly difficult area."
Officer, National Audit Office
"I think the Guidebook is excellent. I’m very impressed with the work done on it and on the levels of evidence and conceptualising that."
User of the Early Intervention Foundation's Guidebook
"The fact that you have such a wide variety of stakeholders and experts that have come from different fields and across the country, and even further afield, is amazing."
Attendee at our National Conference 2015
"'Getting It Right For Families' is a useful resource that provides practical advice for local areas on how they can improve services for their families."
Reader of 'Getting It Right For Families' report