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For more information contact Louise Bauschard, LCSWOver 31,000 Oregon children of domestic violence received Domestic Violence services in FFY 2015.
Those who grow up with domestic violence are 6 x more likely to commit suicide, 50 x more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol 74 x more likely to commit a crime Childhood Domestic Violence is directly correlated with difficulties learning, lower IQ scores, deficiencies in visual-motor skills and problems with attention and memory.
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