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Think Domestic Abuse: Think Children & Young People. www.westsussex2020vision.org.uk. 7 Priorities A West Sussex Cross Agency Strategy Joint commissioning A whole family approach A single and central access point to services for all

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Think Domestic Abuse:

Think Children & Young People


www.westsussex2020vision.org.uk


  • 7 Priorities

    • A West Sussex Cross Agency Strategy

    • Joint commissioning

    • A whole family approach

    • A single and central access point to services for all

    • A single web based database for all service providers

    • Early Intervention

    • Recovery Services for ll


  • In your tables, discuss the following:

    • For adults affected by DV you have an IDVA service as the one point of contact – they will assess and assist all adult victims of abuse – where do you go for expert advice for children affected by domestic abuse?

    • What response do you get?

    • What would be your ideal scenario in dealing with children affected by domestic abuse?

    • Please flipchart your responses and be prepared to feedback to main group.


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