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WHAT WE DO 

SETTING UP FOR SUCCESS

With outcomes-based contracts, Government commits to pay for the achievement of pre-agreed performance milestones (rather than the delivery of a clearly-specified service, as is the case with traditional Government contracts).

 

This switch in focus means the impact-driven organisations selected to deliver the service have far more flexibility to tailor their services to their specific cohort, and encourages a more partnership-based approach – while ensuring all involved are clearly accountable for improving people’s lives.

 

Bridges Outcomes Partnerships works with commissioners and providers to design the project, provides the working capital necessary to deliver the service, and supports the delivery teams to optimise results – with a focus on agile, data-driven decision-making. 

PROJECTS 

TO DATE

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SOCIAL OUTCOMES ACHIEVED TO DATE

Services for young people 

627

Employment outcomes

7,202

Weeks of foster care delivered

10,997

Qualifications achieved

13,857

Participants

193,341

Days out of care achieved

£37.6m

Outcomes achieved

Services for adults

158

sustained employment for at least 26 weeks

169

sustained MH, drugs and alchohol

461

entered into employments

693

sustained accommodation for at least 18 months

11,404

Participants

£19.9m

Outcomes achieved

DIRECT & SYSTEMIC IMPACT

 

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