We want to strengthen a variety of measures to combat illness and exclusion. In this work, preventive efforts, early intervention and multi-professional cooperation are crucial. When problems arise, it is important to pay attention to the entire family to provide the best possible help and support.
We want to ensure that
- There are more social workers in social services so that anyone in need of help receives it in time.
- There are adequate resources in child welfare by capping the number of clients to 35 per social worker.
- Everyone working in social welfare has safe working conditions.
- Investments are made in preventive care and vulnerable families receive assistance in their daily lives, such as home help for families with children.
- Health and social services personnel are familiar with and have basic knowledge about gender and sexual diversity.
- More places are made available in shelters for people subjected to violence or threat of violence in a relationship, and that low threshold services are offered to victims of violence.
- Investments are made in the integration of immigrants to avoid exclusion and reduce the differences in health and wellbeing.
- The wellbeing services counties support efforts to ensure the equality of immigrants and asylum seekers.
- All wellbeing services counties adopt a culturally sensitive approach.