Following a report of domestic abuse or child abuse and neglect, providers work with customers to:
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Survivors of domestic abuse guide the development of an assessment-based safety plan that:
Literature highlights the importance of helping survivors develop safety plans regardless of whether they: (1) have left the perpetrator, (2) are in the process of leaving the perpetrator, or (3) will remain involved with the perpetrator.
NA The MFR program does not provide services in cases meeting DoD criteria of suspected child abuse and neglect.
Survivors of domestic abuse, or the non-offending parent in allegations of child abuse and neglect, are offered contact information for local and national resources.