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Where can I get information on spouse/child abuse related issues?  
In addition to local, State, and Federal social work service agencies that provide shelters for victims of spouse or child abuse, or information about abuse, your local Army Family Advocacy Program (FAP) can also provide you with information and assistance regarding spouse/child abuse. The FAP offers classes to educate couples about such abuse and to help strengthen family relationships to deter this type of behavior. Additionally, each FAP has a Victim Advocacy Program that supports and protects victims of abuse. Consult your phone book for Domestic Violence Hotlines or visit online resources such as the National Domestic Violence Hotline website or the National Council for Child Abuse and Family Violence website for more information.
Keywords: child neglect, Family Advocacy, Children, spousal abuse, victim, abusive behavior

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The Texas Council on Family Violence National Domestic Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE [7233]; and website Internet

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