Below are some links to resources and programmes that address Adolescent to Parent Violence:
The Home Office produced guidance
on this subject in 2015. This sets out how children’s services and other agencies should respond and makes it clear that it is a whole family issue. The document also provides examples of different therapeutic approaches which are used nationally and internationally and contact details for local services.Holes in the Wall
is a useful blog which collates research and information about this issue and has links to programmes such as ‘Who’s in Charge? and ‘Non-Violent Resistance’ on their website.
Specialist services that can help include:Yuva
- developed by the Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP)
to work with young people and their families to help them improve their relationships.
Yuva offers separate but integrated services to young people and their parents/carers and can deliver services in any London borough:
The Yuva Programme for 11 to 25 year olds which works with young people who have used or are using violence in their close relationships or with their parents/carers and/or siblings.
The Parent Support Service which works with parents who have been affected by their child’s violence or abuse towards them.Buttle UK
can help children and young people in London who display emotional or behavioural difficulties due to their experience of domestic violence to access packages of support and so may be worth contacting if you are trying to arrange funding for a programme to help them to improve relationships.Respect
Young People Programme which focuses on adolescent to parent violence and abuse and offer contact details for programme providers.