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Is information available on what can be done to help children who have been witnesses to violence?
To view publications and other resources related to the treatment of children who have been exposed to violence, visit the Children Exposed to Violence section of the OVC Web site and the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) Children Exposed to Violence Special Feature. These online resources also contain publications and resources related to the prevalence and prevention of children being exposed to violent activities. Also visit the National Institute of Justice's CrimeSolutions.gov site which provides evaluations of justice-related programs and practices, including programs aimed at working with children exposed to violence.

For additional information, visit the Web site for the Safe Start Center, an organization whose goals include the broadening of the scope of knowledge and resources for responding to the needs of children exposed to violence and their families.

Last Updated: 11/30/2012


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