Help for victims of abuse

Ann McNeil made this Freedom of Information request to Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board
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Dear Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board,

What is done by the Council and childrens board in helping victims of abuse to physically and psychologically recover?
How much money is spent in this if any?

Yours faithfully,

Ann McNeil

Dear Ms McNeil,

I am writing in respect of the below Freedom of Information Act 2000
request, in which you seek information in relation to the support
structure for child abuse victims.  

"FIO -  Help for victims of abuse
What is done by the Council and children's board in helping victims of
abuse to physically and psychologically recover?
How much money is spent in this if any?

The Birmingham  Safeguarding Children Board does  not  hold information on
this specific issue.  Local Authorities may be in a better position to
provide information on service provision to support children recovering
from child abuse.  Although Local Safeguarding Children Boards are not
public authorities for the purposes of the freedom of information act
2000, the Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board (BSCB) is committed to
enhancing public understanding of how effectively organisations work
together to safeguard and protect children and young people in Birmingham.

I hope you find this information of assistance.

Regards,

Simon Cross
Business Manager
Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board

Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board
Room B54, Council House Extension, Margaret Street, Birmingham, B3 3BU
0121 464 2612
www.lscbbirmingham.org.uk

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