Domestic Violence Adult Survivor Class

Domestic Violence Adult Survivor Class

Why a class for domestic violence survivors provided by the Child Advocacy Center in Anderson County?

Research shows that large numbers of children are exposed to domestic violence…and this results in their world feeling unsafe and insecure.

While each situation is different, providing education and support to adult survivors of domestic violence can help them support their children by increasing awareness of:

  • the impact of the domestic violence on their children
  • how the domestic violence has affected their parenting
  • signs to watch for in their children
  • responding appropriately to their children
  • finding specialized help such as getting an Order of Protection, or finding a safe shelter

The Child Advocacy Center uses a twelve unit curriculum from MINCAVA, that can be provided in four  class sessions. Not a “parenting” curriculum, each session has a focus on domestic violence and corresponding parenting issues. Participants have time to “check in” each week.


Report Child Abuse!

To report suspected child abuse in the State of Tennessee call: 1-877-237-0004.

If you or a family member needs assistance due to abuse, please contact the Child Advocacy Center.

The Child Advocacy Center of Anderson County Tennessee is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee and through public and private contributions including the UWAC.