People who have used Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence services are being asked to give feedback on their experience in a confidential and anonymous survey.
Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (DASV) services are jointly run by Bradford Council and Bradford District and Craven Health and Care Partnership. They are reviewing these services to ensure they provide the best possible help and support for the future.
Anyone who has used these services is asked to give their views of the support they received. All information gathered in the ‘snap survey’ will be anonymous and unidentifiable.
Cllr Sarah Ferriby, Portfolio Holder for Healthy People and Places, said: “It’s vital that we provide the best possible support for victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence and to do this we need to review this important work from time to time.
“Gathering the views of those who have used these services has to be the starting point, learning from their experiences and what we can do to make things better for them. Please be assured that all responses are anonymous, and it will not be possible to identify anyone from the information requested.”
The survey will close on Monday 4 December 2023.