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The NSPCC ‘Domestic Abuse: Recovering Together’ (DART) service

Mums who have lived with an abusive partner can lose sight of their children's physical and emotional needs. And children can find it hard to talk to their mums about what has happened. They may start acting out the abusive, threatening or controlling behaviour they’ve witnessed.

Through Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART), children and their mothers can talk to each other about domestic abuse, learn to communicate and rebuild their relationship. They can meet other mums and children who have lived through similar experiences, and share what they have learned.

We are now accepting referrals for the next group ages 10-12 year olds, cases will be accepted but initially closed to generate enough referrals and will be allocated in August 2017. 

Who to contact

Telephone
023 8202 3400
Website
NSPCC DART

Where to go

Name
NSPCC Southampton Service Centre
Address
21
The Avenue
Southampton
Postcode
SO17 1XL
Children's Centre Areas
Freemantle

Other Details

Availability

Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

We are now accepting referrals for the next group ages 10-12 year olds, cases will be accepted but initially closed to generate enough referrals and will be allocated in August 2017. 


• Families should give their consent for the referral
• Between 4 – 8 assessment sessions
• 10 weeks of linked group work programme for mothers and children
• Each group work session will last 2 hours
• Aged between 10 – 12 years
• Witnessed domestic abuse
• Impact of domestic abuse evident through assessment
• Perpetrator no longer part of household
• Only one sibling per family to attend the group

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