WY-FI is supported by the Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) coalition.
MEAM produces a monthly newsletter called ‘Multiple Disadvantage Matters’, to keep local areas up to date with key developments in policy affecting people with multiple needs.
It aims to do this by:
- Highlighting national policy changes and how local areas can influence these, both individually and via MEAM.
- Reflecting the local influencing work of partnerships and the impact this is having on effective coordination of services and systems change.
We’ve created this page in collaboration with MEAM, to give you direct access to the latest edition of the newsletter, as well as to be able to subscribe to future editions.
Multiple Disadvantage Matters – latest edition (23rd July 2020)
The latest edition of the MEAM newsletter features updates on:
- Next Steps’ funding bid information
- A Public Heath Review on the Impact of Covid-19 on BAME groups
- Updates from the MEAM Coalition, including Homeless Link, CLINKS, MIND and Collective Voice
There are also COVID-19 resources and learning opportunities from around the sector.
You can subscribe to receive the newsletter directly by email.
Previous editions of the newsletter can be found on the MEAM website here.
More about MEAM
MEAM is a coalition of national charities – Clinks, Homeless Link, Mind and associate member Collective Voice. Together MEAM represents over 1,300 frontline organisations across England.
Working together, MEAM supports local areas across the country to develop effective, coordinated services that directly improve the lives of people facing multiple disadvantage.
MEAM uses its shared knowledge and practical experience from this work to influence policy at a national and local level.
This page has been created with the full support of MEAM. We’ll be updating the page regularly with policy and practice updates that have been provided by the team at MEAM.