Resolving Chaos was created in 2010, and since then we have worked on a diverse range of successful projects, developed a number of innovative methodologies and improved the lives of hundreds of people with multiple needs across London and beyond.
Every member of our team has a strong track record in working with people with multiple needs and both wanted to help improve services and outcomes for vulnerable people across London.
Since our creation, we have been building on the experience and methodologies developed through the Department of Health’s Tackling Multiple Disadvantage Programme in London – as well as other similar initiatives.
In August 2010, we became one of 12 Cabinet Office-sponsored pathfinders, exploring new ways of delivering services to the public. We were a spin-out from the Department of Health and we transferred the DH learning and investment in resolving multiple disadvantage, into a social enterprise. We then became a Community Interest Company in February 2012.
To date, we have run 19 NHS London funded demonstrator projects in 14 areas across the city, as well as leading two partnership projects that provided action research into working in an asset-based, personalised support model with people with multiple and complex needs. We have undertaken many consultancy projects, assisting the voluntary and statutory sector respond to and plan for transformation, meeting funding challenges and providing co-ordinated support and care that will meet individuals' needs, as well as reducing their reliance on crisis services.