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What can advocates do to support non-offending parent(s) whose child has experienced sexual abuse?

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NRCDV Publications
Published Date
August, 2015

While some advocates work directly with children, others may not, but supporting the parent/caregiver is necessary so that they in turn can support their child through a recovery process. NRCDV's August 2015 TA Question of the Month offers guidance on how advocates can support parents through this difficult process.

See more TAQs on the VAWnet News Blog.

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