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Children Resources

State of Delaware – Domestic Violence Coordinating Council Children Resources   Court Based Advocacy | Educating Delaware Students | Department of Justice – Family Division | Family Visitation Centers |LGBT Resources  | Protection From Abuse (PFA) Orders | PFA_vs_NoContact | Teen Dating Resources   Children who witness domestic violence may have the following symptoms eating, sleeping disorders; mood related disorders such as depression, emotional […]

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Educating Delaware Students

State of Delaware – Domestic Violence Coordinating Council Schools – Educating Delaware Students   In June 2012, the School Teen Dating Violence and Sexual Assault Bill, SB 206 (Title 14, Section 4166) was passed by the General Assembly. The legislation requires Delaware school districts and charter schools to establish a policy on responding to Teen Dating […]

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Children and Domestic Violence Committee

Children Resources | Educating Delaware Students | Family Visitation Centers |Teen Dating Resources | Department of Justice – Family Division |Safe & Together Model   The Children and Domestic Violence Committee brings together representatives from the Department of Services for Children, Youth and their Families (DSCYF), the General Assembly, Family Court, the Department of Justice, law […]

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Family Visitation Centers

  State of Delaware – Domestic Violence Coordinating Council Family Visitation Programs   Since 1995, the Family Visitation Centers have provided 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 […]

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State of Delaware – Domestic Violence Coordinating Council Committees   Much of the Domestic Violence Coordinating Council’s work is accomplished through Committees comprised of Council members, staff, advocates, law enforcement, prosecutors, service providers, and community members. The diverse membership of DVCC Committees allows for greater input on domestic violence issues. The diverse membership of DVCC Subcommittees […]

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