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3,500 women & almost 600 children contacted a domestic violence service for the first time during initial lockdown

Nearly 3,500 women and almost 600 children contacted a domestic violence service for the first t...

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14.01 10 Nov 2020


3,500 women & almost 600 children contacted a domestic violence service for the first time during initial lockdown


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14.01 10 Nov 2020


Nearly 3,500 women and almost 600 children contacted a domestic violence service for the first time during initial lockdown according to a new Safe Ireland report on Covid-19.

Anne Clarke, Service manager at Offaly Domestic Violence Support Services joined Andrea on the show.

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