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What are best practices for family reunification after child sexual abuse?

General Material
NRCDV Publications
Published Date
September, 2016
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Reunification is both a multilayer and continual process of checking back in with the family and child who was abused and can be stopped at any time, even after it has begun. In NRCDV's September 2016 TA Question of the month, Jennifer Benner outlines best practices and offers additional resources for the process of reunification.

See more TAQs on NRCDV's news blog.