When you grow up living with domestic violence, you experience
Childhood Domestic Violence
Childhood Domestic Violence (CDV) is
when a person grows up living in a home with violence between their parents or violence towards a parent.
If you experienced CDV, you most likely experienced one or more of the following in your childhood home:
- Physical child abuse
- Sexual abuse
- Emotional abuse
- Physical neglect
- Emotional neglect
- Divorced parents
- Parental alcohol or drug abuse
- Mentally ill parent
- Incarceration of a parent
What can you do?
If you’re not sure whether you or someone you care about experienced CDV, this simple quiz will help you get the answer.
A compilation of the leading research in the field and personal stories from those who have experienced CDV.
Our CDV TOOLKIT was created with input from leading experts, using the best known practices in the field.
What is it like to experience CDV?
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