Posted: 2017-12-07 10:19
In 7568, DCF awarded funding to Domestic Violence Lead Agencies in four counties (Atlantic, Middlesex, Morris and Sussex) to establish a Batterer''s Intervention Program. The lead agency in each of these counties leads batterer intervention groups for perpetrators of domestic/family violence. Additionally, each of the four domestic violence lead agencies assist with training/co-facilitating an Intervening with Batterers training for CP& P staff. This training provides child welfare staff with enhanced skills and knowledge for working with batterers and engaging fathers who commit domestic violence.
Peace: A Learned Solution (PALS) Program is a trauma informed program for victims of domestic violence. This intensive treatment program model uses creative arts therapies for children (primarily aged three to twelve), who have been exposed to domestic violence, and their non-offending parent. PALS focuses on treatment and supportive services as children and their families heal from the effects of domestic violence. PALS is available in 66 counties. To find a PALS programs, click on the related link to view DFCP/ DOW''s Community Program Directory.
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