About the project – Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART)
Through NSPCC’s established Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) programme, children and mothers can talk to each other about domestic abuse, learn to communicate and rebuild their relationship. The group sessions allow women to learn more about how domestic abuse happens and how it affects children. Children take part in activities together that help them build their own understanding of domestic abuse and how they’re feeling.
The YEF is currently working with the NSPCC and King’s College London (its YEF evaluator) to find out if it will be feasible to fund and deliver a large-scale impact evaluation of the DART programme.
About the round
Themed grant roundOur September 2021 themed grant round, in partnership with Comic Relief.