Lessons Learned About Working With Teens and Children Exposed to Violence

A young man sits with his head on his hands while his parents argue behind him.

If you ever bought a "Stop Family Violence" stamp from the post office, you helped to fund the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' work to combat domestic violence. Some of that money went to nine demonstration projects that ran for three years and aimed to increase our understanding of how best to work with children and teens who witness violence at home.

You can read about the projects' findings in a new online collection from the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, "Enhanced Services to Children and Youth Exposed to Domestic Violence--Promising Practices and Lessons Learned."

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