Barriers to Adoption 2012
PACT published a report Barriers to Adoption 2012 with detailed findings from research carried out by Rachel Harding on the Vodafone World of Difference programme.
A summary of feedback PACT received from adopters during 2017-18
Domestic Adoption Placements
A report into PACT’s domestic adoption service measured the social return on investment of PACT’s adoption, fostering and FACTS services. The research concluded that the benefits from these services are measured conservatively at £1.1 million of social and economic impact from every couple approved which includes cost savings made from health care services.
A report into PACT's Alana House measured the social return on investment of Alana House. The research concluded that the effects of Alana House are ‘life changing’. Evaluated conservatively, ‘over £35 million of economic and social value, in the lives of these women and their children, is brought every year.’
PACT’s Impact Report 17/18 outlining the key achievements across PACT.
The Corston Report examined the problems of female offending and made recommendations for reducing the risk of female offending and reoffending.