Domestic Abuse (Young Person)

Domestic Abuse (Young Person)

Support Services for Children & Young People
  • What is this service?
  • Who is it for?
  • What does it offer?
  • Where is it available?
  • Next Steps
Targeted interventions for children and young people who have previously experienced domestic abuse.

What is this service?

The Domestic Abuse Support Service is for children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse at some point in the past.

Who is it for?

Children and young people aged 4-18yrs

What does it offer?

Delivery of a structured, evidence based, trauma-informed, DA and resilience intervention, targeted at children and young people whose well-being has been negatively impacted as a result of domestic abuse and where there are concerns about the future. A bespoke programme of work will be produced for each child and young person which focuses on promoting resilience, building a trusted relationship, addressing healthy and positive relationships, safety planning and coping strategies. Interventions can be provided in 1:1 or small group format.

Where is it available?

Funded by the PCC in Swale, Maidstone, and Medway (limited spaces available). Available countywide across Kent (fee payable).

Next Steps

If you are interested in this service please make an enquiry.