Key findings from On Track and Routes to Support 2022 to 2023


Today we have published the key findings from our On Track and Routes to Support datasets from the year April 2022 to March 2023.


Routes to Support is the UK violence against women and girls directory of services and refuge vacancies, which we run in partnership with the other Women’s Aid Federations in the UK. The key findings summarise domestic abuse service provision across England. There were 236 domestic abuse service providers, including 271 refuge services and 238 services for children and young people. For more information about Routes to Support, click here.

On Track is Women’s Aid’s bespoke case management and outcomes measurement system. The key findings give an overview of who accessed domestic abuse services over the previous year. There were 3,771 women who ended their time in a refuge service and 36,540 women who ended their time in a community-based service over the previous year. For more information about On Track, visit our website.

These findings will be explored further in our Annual Audit report due to be published in January 2024. The report will also include key insights directly from domestic abuse services.

View our key findings here

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