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Mothers and children recovering together after domestic abuse

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Research in Practice has published an article on mothers and children recovering together after domestic abuse. It includes findings from the NSPCC’s Domestic Abuse Recovering Together (DART) programme.

‘You see (domestic abuse) from your point of view, but to hear from a child and to see it from their point of view is totally different; it opens your eyes.’ (Mother).

Source: Research in Practice

Read the key findings at source: here

The NSPCC are taking inquiries from organisations interested in delivering DART. Enquiries via email to:

Read the NSPCC (2016) Evaluation Report: Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) 

Further information about RiP and NSPCC

Website home page: Research in Practice

Website home page: NSPCC

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