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Galop launches new guide on delivering services for LGBTQ+ survivors of domestic abuse

Galop, the UK’s LGBT+ anti-violence charity, has launched a new guide, Commissioning for inclusion:  Delivering services for LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse, to encourage and support commissioners, services, policy-makers, and the government to work in partnership to better meet the needs of LGBTQ+ survivors of domestic abuse.LGBTQ+ people in the UK experience significant levels of domestic abuse but LGBTQ+ survivors face a range of additional and distinct barriers in access to services, which makes it less likely that they will seek help and support.

The needs of LGBT+ people are also often absent in both commissioning guidance and practice.LGBTQ+ specialist domestic abuse services are unavailable within most local authority areas in.

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