was awarded to
Savera UK

Wednesday 27 April 2016

Big Lottery Fund

As a result of Savera identifying an increase in the number of cases of domestic abuse reported to the police from within the Merseyside BAMER communities they will be expanding their support for women at crisis point. This will include 1-2-1 services to help deal with the immediate impact of domestic abuse or harmful practice along with continued support. Support teams will be trained on cultural awareness, understanding abuse and harmful practice to awareness among young people in schools and communities.

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