A mum-of-three has told how her violent partner tried to kill her by deliberately crashing his car at speed into a stone wall when she was pregnant.
In addition to the regular funding he provides to them and other organisations who work with abused victims in North Wales, Mr Jones has accessed an extra £238,000 from the Ministry of Justice to help them cope with the extra challenges caused by the coronavirus crisis.
When Annie first met her partner, there was nothing to suggest he would turn into a vicious monster.
DASU chief executive Gaynor Mckeown said they have up to 41 refuge spaces across the region.
She said: “When a new service user arrives we will put together a care plan, a safety plan and help the service user to access support and advice. We offer specialist practical and emotional support and advocacy to access accommodation, financial support, medical and educational opportunities and assistance with reporting to the police and attending court if appropriate.