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Published on June 2nd, 2016 | by Archon

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2016 Statistics for 1st Quarter

Our statistics for 2016 for the first quarter, January to March, reflect similar issues to those encountered in the same period for 2015.  Two noticeable changes are the increase in clients presenting with suicide ideation and also the increase in clients experiencing domestic violence.  We have also included in these figures a breakdown of the gender and age profiles of our clients.

2016 1st Quarter


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