Daisy is alone with her uncle when he touches her and tells her to keep it a secret.
Children learn the difference between good and bad secrets, how to identify a safe grown-up, and that if abuse happens it is never their fault.
A child can be an “indirect victim” of IPV as a witness and still face the serious consequences of the abuse.
Through programs such as CHOP’s STOP IPV, which provides support for IPV screening by healthcare providers in order to identify families experiencing IPV and allows for intervention to minimize the adverse effects of childhood IPV exposure, this cycle of violence can be interrupted.
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Other teen dating violence prevention programs utlitize changes to the school environment or training influential adults, like parents/caregivers and coaches, to work with youth to prevent dating violence.
Staff in-services and parent information sessions are also available.
Helping Kids Help Themselves introduces young children to personal safety and body ownership through telling Daisy the HAVEN Raven’s story.
Our domestic violence Prevention Programs help community members and professionals recognize and respond to signs of abuse.
Through informal dialogues and professional trainings, REACH shares domestic violence education, including how to spot the signs, where to refer someone for services, and how to help.