- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Raveena Ghattaura
A Norfolk charity for people who've suffered sexual abuse, is facing a huge demand for its services.
The Sue Lambert Trust in Norwich has a waiting list of 500 people for its counselling sessions - those who use it say it's a lifeline.
Now, its getting a funding boost from Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner in recognition of the pressure it is under.
The Trust is being given £100,000 so more volunteer counsellors can be trained to help reduce the size of the waiting list.
CEO Mette Ohrvik said the charity is keen to help more people, but the lack of resources makes it difficult.
"The support we've had from the PCC in the last 3 years has made an enormous difference.
"We can go into each year confident that we've got that backing. But ultimately, at the moment, we don't have the resources that we need to help people as much as we would like to, so we have to balance that with wanting to help people as much as we can."