A Note about Coronavirus

With the COVID-19 situation remaining uncertain for the foreseeable future, the RCDV: CPC would like to assure you that we are continuing to offer our helpline to professionals and victim/survivors at 800-527-3223 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Pacific on weekdays. Please continue to reach out to the helpline for information and referrals or email us at fvdinfo@ncjfcj.org, and we will do our best to respond to you within 48 hours. 
Our resources and webinar recordings remain available on our website, accessible at rcdvcpc.org. Please see the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges webpage for COVID-19 resources and updates
We wish you the best during this difficult time. Please continue to contact us as usual, and we will continue to assist you in whatever way we can. 
Best regards,

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The RCDV:CPC is a project of the Family Violence and Domestic Relations Program of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.  We can provide numerous professional assistance options for you. The RCDV:CPC does not and cannot provide legal advice or legal assistance on individual cases.

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Assistance for Professionals
The RCDV: CPC provides assistance to professionals working with survivors, ​including ​judicial officers, court personnel​, social workers, custody evaluators, mediators, guardians ad litem, and advocates working in the child custody ​and/​or child protection systems. ​Professionals ​are encouraged  to seek training and technical assistance to assist with their individual case​(s), increased community competence in these critical areas,  or ​systems changes related to domestic violence, child custody​,​ and protection.  ​Please use the RCDV:CPC ​toll free number (1-800-527-3223) and speak to a RCDV: CPC staff member or send a question via email to fvdinfo@ncjfcj.org
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The Impact of Intimate Partner Violence; Domestic Violence Awareness Month Facts

Violence often starts among the most vulnerable, children, and is perpetrated by a trusted adult. Among adult victims of intimate partner violence, 22% of females and 15% of males report being victimized for the first time between the ages of 11 and 17. For rape victims between the ages of 18 and 24, the offender was known to the victim approximately 80% of the time. Exposure to violence makes girls more vulnerable to violence as adults: Girls who experience physical or sexual abuse are six times more likely to be victimized as women. Boys who witness violence are more likely to perpetrate it as adults.


Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Child Protection and Custody.


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Email : info@rcdvcpc.org


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