Children and family violence: finding the right responses

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We know the risks to children living with family violence, but the default response is far too often to move them into child protection, says Cathy Humphreys. She argues that adult services, particularly specialist family violence services, need to be resourced to focus more on children’s needs and aim particularly at keeping and supporting mothers and children together.

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