Access to support for domestic abuse has been strengthened in Trafford following an increase in epidemics and post-sports events in England.
Ahead of England’s game against Denmark at Euro 2020 last week, Trafford Domestic Abuse Services shared shocking statistics showing that whenever the England football team wins a match, the domestic abuse rate is 26 per cent. Increases.
If they lose, it goes up to 38pc – and these are the only events that are officially reported.
The outbreak of the epidemic last year raised widespread concern across the UK when the implementation of lockdowns forced victims of domestic abuse to stay at home with their abusers.
Now, Trafford Council’s way of contacting adult social care teams to reach out to local strugglers has been simplified so that anyone who wants to report abuse to them can send it to a loved one. Ask for help or find out what support is available. Is out
Web page – https://myway.trafford.gov.uk – A week-long drive to reach and reach out to victims of domestic or otherwise abuse has begun this week.
Caon Joe Harding, executive member of adult services at Trafford Council, said: “It’s about us helping people access the right help in their lifetime when they need it most.
“So, if your mother is struggling to cope with it now and needs her help now, or you fear that a partner is a victim of domestic abuse, the website is really easy to use and The referral process is straightforward.
“This enables us to respond quickly and get the right support on the spot.”
Many partners – such as doctors, housing providers, hospital trustees or health trustees – report security matters or request direct assistance from the council. The website enables them to report concerns quickly and easily.
For anyone without internet access, the Adult Social Care Team can be contacted on 0161 912 5199 Monday to Friday from 8.40 am to 4.30 pm.
There is also an adult safety line which can be contacted on 0161 912 5135 – which also requires advice on an adult who they feel may be abused or neglected. There is danger.
If someone suspects that someone is being abused and is in immediate danger, the council recommends calling emergency services at 999.
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It is understood that changes are also being made to the Trafford Adult Social Care Reference process – making it easier for partners and residents to report any concerns directly to the council.
Counterharding added: “There are a lot of adults in this bureau who need care, help someone who needs care, or maybe there is a risk of abuse.
“We’ve made these changes to ensure that any concerns can be addressed quickly and comprehensively to ensure that everyone is helped when needed.”
Trafford Domestic Abs Services can be contacted on their Facebook page by calling 0161 872 7368 or by entering their offices at Gars Hill Studios, Keywandish Road, Stratford, Manchester, M320PS.
More information can be found on the TDAS website Here.