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18-02-2016 13:16 #1
A hypothetical situation..
Last edited by Hasselhoff; 18-02-2016 at 15:19.
18-02-2016 13:26 #2
Start with DHS, or the equivalent child protection service in your state. They can give her and her family assistance and/or give you advice about how to support the girl.
18-02-2016 13:55 #3
For an immediate support, she could try the kids help line by phone or internet chat? They could also refer to other services.
18-02-2016 13:59 #4
yes, childrens services, , but also there is AA for families. ithink it is called al-anon.?? also the local salvation army, I think they have support programs available. I really do hope you can find some help for the young girl. so sad. marie.
18-02-2016 15:19 #5
Thank you very much. These are a great help. X
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