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Report - to date - of the Strategic Public Social Partnership (PSP) Model in Scotland - Research Findings

Report - to date - of the Strategic Public Social Partnership (PSP) Model in Scotland - Research Findings

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

ISBN: 9781788518642

This report presents findings of the research commissioned by the Scottish Government Third Sector Unit to explore the progress, to date, of the Strategic Public Social Partnership Model in Scotland.

Executive Summary

This report presents findings of the research commissioned by the Scottish Government Third Sector Unit to explore the progress, to date, of the Strategic Public Social Partnership Model in Scotland.

Public Social Partnership refers to partnership working at strategic, development and delivery levels, involving collaboration between actors from different sectors of the economy – in this case from the public and Third Sectors in the main – to design services appropriate to the needs of service users .

From 2006 onwards, the Scottish Government has invested in the model, and in 2012 supported the development of six Strategic Public Social Partnerships, as follows: HMP Low Moss – Prisoner Support Pathway, NHS Lothian, East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership, The Life I Want, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport – Community Transport., and Elevate. This report reports on the progress, to date, of these six Strategic Public Social Partnerships.