Family Support Center: Children feel domestic violence, too

Last Updated on October 24, 2016 by Cindy Bekesi

By Katy Macek

A family support center in Chippewa County, Michigan, is offering counseling to children ages 5-17 who grew up living with domestic violence. They recognize the significant impact of Childhood Domestic Violence on a child’s life, as it significantly rewires the brain and affects behavior. The counseling provides children with the tools to gain resiliency and security. Read more about the efforts of the support center HERE.



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