I propose to take Questions Nos. 344, 345, 346, 349 and 350 together.
Responsibility for the development and provision of services to support victims of domestic violence rests with my colleague the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs and I understand that the delivery of these services is managed by Tusla, the Child and Family Agency. As such, the matters raised by the Deputy in relation to the resources provided to support victims of domestic violence and capacity in refuges is a matter for the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs.
In terms of housing services and in line with Action 1.8 of Rebuilding Ireland, in 2017, my Department issued policy and procedural guidance to housing authorities relating to the role they can play to assist victims of domestic violence. The guidance was introduced with the objective of supporting a partnership approach by statutory agencies in respect of the delivery of domestic violence services, particularly in relation to helping to prevent and reduce the occurrence of related homelessness and facilitating the provision of long term accommodation for victims of domestic violence.