Response to MHCLG consultation

SafeLives’ submission to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government consultation on the future of support for victims and their children in accommodation-based domestic abuse services.

As lockdown lifts

New data reveals rising demand for domestic abuse services during lockdown with 61% of survivors unable to seek help. Government urged to fund vital services.

When a house is not a home: Young people and domestic abuse

There are many reasons why young people become homeless, but one of the most common is the breakdown of family relationships. The trauma of witnessing and/or experiencing domestic abuse in conjunction with the terror of leaving and becoming homeless is going to result in a deeply traumatised young person

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