A £3.2m fund has been pledged to support victims of domestic violence by the government, to boost the provision of services.
The fund will be open to proposals from local partnerships that show how the needs of victims are able to be met in innovative ways, reports 24dash.
It has also been revealed that there will be a review into the full range of services currently offered to victims of domestic violence.
Communities minister Baroness Williams said: “Alongside the vital role of refuges that provide a safe haven for people when they need it we will also be looking at further innovative approaches to prevention, early intervention and support for victims.”
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