Superu has released a paper looking at the evidence around the needs of children exposed to family violence.
The paper looks at the evidence around interventions for children exposed to family violence. The main finding is that the harm caused by family violence exposure is just as harmful as that caused by direct abuse.
The paper is part of Superu’s ‘What Works’ series, which looks at complex questions on social services issues and contributes to the evidence about making meaningful interventions.
- 'What works for children exposed to family violence?' (external link)
- Superu’s media release (external link)