Help for children exposed to domestic violence

Recent projects

2018

IN TIME AND TOGETHER II

In 2018 we provided comprehensive services to 200 children from Prague and the Central Bohemian Region at risk of domestic violence, in order to minimize the effects of such abuse and so the children can safely grow up in a family environment free from violence.

In connection with these services we test the methodology of multidisciplinary cooperation. The aim is that friendly help for children comes IN TIME and is provided TOGETHER in good cooperation between professionals, as well as with the family, which is the best environment for healthy development of children.

We share the results of our work and good practice from abroad with the general public at the fall conference LET’S TALK ABOUT VIOLENCE TOGETHER.

PARENTHOOD WITHOUT VIOLENCE II

The project is implemented in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior. Within the project, Centrum LOCIKA works with perpetrators, as well as prepares information materials for parents with recommendations regarding their relationship with their children, if domestic violence has occurred in the family.

The main objective of the project is to develop and share good practices with key agencies in this field in the interest of children.

CHILDHOOD WITHOUT VIOLENCE II

The project is implemented in cooperation with the Government of the Czech Republic. It develops multidisciplinary cooperation at local level in the form of community team KOS focused on prevention of domestic violence. It enables good cooperation of various experts as well as joint formulation of the most effective processes to work together and in time in cases of domestic and gender-based violence against children.

The main goal of this project is to provide high quality comprehensive services to 200 children from Prague and the Central Bohemian Region at risk of domestic violence, based on an innovative methodology of working with the whole family, in order for the violence to stop and enable children to cope with the effects of domestic violence which influence their psychosocial development and in order to prevent transgenerational transmission of pathological patterns of behavior and gender stereotypes.

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