New leaflet to help victims of domestic violence

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New leaflet to help victims of domestic violence

The West Oxfordshire Community Safety Partnership will be launching a new leaflet outlining a service which supports victims of domestic abuse in the district. The leaflet called 'Domestic Abuse - Do you need
help?' will be available in public buildings and may be given to people who contact GPs and the Councils Housing Services.

Dawn Hodson, County Domestic Violence Coordinator said, “It's important that we ensure people are
aware of the services that exist and this leaflet will ensure people can have access to help, advice and information.”

Monica Downton, Community Safety Coordinator in West Oxfordshire said "The Outreach Support
Service has been operating in West Oxfordshire for the last two years."

The Community Safety Partnership is made up of West Oxfordshire District Council, Thames Valley Police, Oxfordshire County Council, Thames Valley Partnership, Thames Valley Magistrates Court Service, Thames Valley Probation Service, Oxfordshire Youth Offending Service, South West Oxfordshire Primary Care Trust, Cherwell Valley Primary Care Trust, North East Oxfordshire Primary Care Trust, Oxfordshire Race Equality Council, Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team, Cottsway Housing Ltd

Posted : 25/04/2006 15:22:00

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