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Worcestershire County Council are keen to complete a needs assessment in order to create a clear picture of the quality and appropriateness of current services to meet the needs of people experiencing domestic abuse and are asking domestic abuse victims & survivors to participate in a survey..

The information you provide will only be used to help the County Council understand how to ensure people are aware of services and to make sure information, advice and support is easily accessible. We also need to plan future services according to needs and emerging trends in patterns of domestic abuse.

The County Council are receiving a lot less funding from April 2015, therefore investment in non-statutory services including services for people experiencing domestic abuse have had their budgets reduced by 50%. Therefore we need your help to prioritise services that make the most of difference to people's lives. We also need to ensure support reduces the need for children to go into care, reduce the risk of injury, adults being in need of protection and break the cycle of domestic abuse.

You must be aged 16 or over to complete this survey, and only complete this if you have experienced domestic abuse and have accessed a service.

This survey will close at 5pm on Friday 18th July 2014.

Please click the link below to complete the survey.

http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/researchweb/DomesticAbuse/dash_client_questionaire_v2.htm