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Helping households at risk of domestic violence: housing-related support services

This study explores the extent, scale and regional distribution of a wide range of housing related support for those at risk of domestic violence.

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Meeting the needs of households at risk of domestic violence in England: The role of accommodation and housing-related support services

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This study by Deborah Quilgars and Nicholas Pleace, Centre for Housing Policy - University of York, explores the extent, scale and regional distribution of a wide range of housing related support for those at risk of domestic violence. It explores access to housing advice, refuge provision, other specialist accommodation, access to settled accommodation and the role of floating support.

The findings and recommendations in this report are those of the consultant authors and do not necessarily represent the views or proposed policies of the Department for Communities and Local Government.