One-stop service that helps women cope with real-life crises

‘Women-centred working’ shows how public services can deal with issues such as domestic violence, sexual abuse and poor mental health together, not separately, writes our national lead, Clare Jones in a though-provoking article in The Guardian this week.

Real-life problems seldom fit into neat organisational boxes. And this is certainly the case for women struggling to cope with issues including domestic violence, sexual abuse, substance misuse, homelessness, poor mental health and offending behaviour, which tend to be closely entwined.

➥ Read the full article on the Guardian website here