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Senior Resource Numbers

Abuse, neglect, and exploitation of elders and other vulnerable adults have no boundaries and cross all racial, social class, gender and geographic lines. Abuse of vulnerable adults includes several types of violence that occur among those ages 60 and older and adult individuals who have mental or physical disability. The violence usually occurs at the […]

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Sexual Assault Resources

Sexual assault can impact victim’s health in many ways. Some ways are serious and can lead to long-term health problems. These include chronic pain, headaches, stomach problems, and sexually transmitted diseases. Sexual assault has an emotional impact as well. Victims often are fearful and anxious. They may replay the attack over and over in their […]

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Domestic Violence Awareness Posters

Please contact Pat Kwetkauskie at (302) 255-0410 to request copies of the resource posters.  

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Training Topics

An Overview of Delaware’s Response to Domestic Violence Domestic Violence in Later Life Dynamics of Domestic Violence and Barriers to Leaving Abusive Relationships Impact of Domestic Violence on Children Intersection of Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking Legal Remedies for Victims including Protection From Abuse Orders (PFA) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Domestic Violence Issues Promoting […]

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Treatment Committee

Batterers’ Intervention Certification Panel | Treatment Certification Documents Ensuring the quality and effectiveness of offender treatment is essential to promoting violence free behavior and enhancing victim safety. The Treatment Committee develops and reviews batterers’ intervention policies and procedures (Domestic Violence Intervention Standards) which mandate specific credentials, education and training for treatment service providers as well […]

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Medical Committee

Domestic violence remains a challenge to the medical community and patients alike. Domestic Violence diminishes a health care provider’s ability to deliver effective care and is often the root cause of many common problems encountered as a provider, such as headache, pain syndromes, noncompliance of medication and multiple emergency room visits. Domestic violence may affect […]

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Family Visitation Centers

Family Visitation Centers provide a continuum of services designed to help address custody and visitation issues in families with a history of domestic violence and abuse. Visitation centers are located statewide and offer an appropriate way to provide for safe visitation and exchange, along with flexible visitation alternatives on weekends, evenings and holidays. For more […]

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