Domestic violence programs serve children and youth alongside their families and on their own. We hope to create a world where everyone can experience healthy, safe, and loving relationships.
Best practices: serving youth
Best practices: mandated reporting
Working with Child Protective Services (CPS)
- Know Your Rights When CPS Comes Knocking
- Know Your Rights posters and postcards (available in English and Spanish)
- Key points from DSHS’s Social Worker’s Practice Guide to Domestic Violence
- Social Workers Domestic Violence Policy Guide for Home Visitors
Talking with young people about healthy relationships
Get the conversation started with these resources:
- How’s Your Relationship conversation cards
- Love Like This series
- In Their Shoes: Teens and Dating Violence – Classroom Edition
For more information, contact your local domestic violence advocacy program or search the “Children & Families” topic in our Resource Library.