This project will be part of the overall Glasgow East Women's Aid service, and is designed to promote safety, the establishment of a comfortable home environment, financial stability, reduce the impact of poverty, and improve survivors' quality of life, health and well-being as well as reducing the carbon footprint of all service users (including residents of our refuge service) as part of the recovery process. By providing this vital service we aim to reduce both fuel poverty and carbon footprint for 400 service users annually as well as ensuring that our extremely vulnerable and distressed service users and their children are able to access safe, warm homes (without the loss of other necessities) in order to recover from the impact of abuse and lead safe and productive lives.
Expected Number of Individuals : 500
Expected Number of Households : 200
Trustees Meetings : 06/03/2012
Funding Amount Approved : 50000