14 May 2021 | Podcasts | Article by Alan Collins
HJ Talks About Abuse: Islington Council's proposed payment support scheme for CSA survivors
Islington Council has published a proposed support payment scheme for survivors of abuse suffered while placed by the council in one of its children’s homes from 1966 to 1995.
The proposed scheme would enable abuse survivors to receive a financial support payment of £8,000, without having to bring a civil compensation claim.
Find out more about the proposed scheme in our recent blog.
We encourage anyone who has concerns about sexual abuse to get in touch. You can contact Alan Collins or Danielle Vincent.
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