Today Pause is publishing data and information on the difference Pause Practices made across the UK last year. The data shows the continued need for services like Pause and the experiences women have when they start the Pause Programme. Since 2013 Pause has reached nearly 1,500 women who have had over 4,500 children removed from their care. This data shows improved outcomes for women in areas such as mental health, housing and relationships with children. You can find information and data on the difference Pause made last year in our impact poster and here.
Jules Hillier, Chief Executive at Pause said:
“It’s a real pleasure to look back over the year and see how much has happened and what women have achieved while they work with Pause. The women represented in these statistics tell us they have never had this kind of support before, and they tell us a huge amount about how and why Pause works. Women who complete their Pause Programme see an improvement in physical and mental health, wellbeing, housing, relationships with children and so much more – success will be different for each woman. These achievements do not come without hard work and I’d like to extend my thanks to the women themselves, to Pause People in Practices and nationally and to our partners across the UK for making such a difference.”
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