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Healing our families : what to do when a child tells of his or her abuse / compiled by Cairns Rape Crisis & Incest Service and Family Violence Advocacy Project
Bib ID 2229674
Format BookBook
Description [Cape York Peninsula, Qld. : Apunipima Cape York Health Council, 1999] 
1 sheet ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

"Funded by the Commonwealth Government under Partnerships Against Domestic Violence".

"ATSIC".

Subjects Children, Aboriginal Australian.  |  Child abuse -- Australia.  |  Family violence -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Apunipima Cape York Health Council  |  Partnerships Against Domestic Violence (Australia)  |  Apunipima Family Violence Advocacy Project  |  Cairns Rape Crisis & Incest Service
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