The wheel depicts the commonplace tactics which perpetrators of domestic abuse use to continue their abuse during the post-separation period.
For financial or other family reasons, children may find themselves living with relatives, in foster homes, or in shelters, instead of in the homes they know and love.
The tool (developed by Cheshire East Domestic Abuse Partnership) contains questions for parents about how complex adult issues in their family may affect them and their parenting.
‘Spiralling’ is an education toolkit and film for use as a resource to help prevent domestic abuse in the next generation, by carrying out activities with and for children and young people of all ages.
This SEL Workbook includes a printable and digital version with 27 important social emotional learning topics.
Autism, My Sibling, and Me is a colorful workbook specifically designed to engage young children.
The booklet offers information about complex trauma, how it can impact youth, both good and harmful coping strategies, and ways to improve. This guide is for youth who have experienced complex trauma or who know someone who has.
This 186-page workbook is a fantastic resource containing many exercises and activities designed to help teens think about the patterns of their anxiety and the circumstances around it.
It’s only with your help that we can continue to help survivors of domestic violence get a fresh start in a new home away from their abuser.
Families with children fleeing domestic violence have to leave all of their belongings behind and run for their lives.
Let’s make sure they are not only safe, but in a home.