COLLABORATIONS 2018-05-09T09:20:53+00:00

We are more effective when we work in collaboration with other agencies and organizations.

National Council of Crime and Delinquency: Children’s Research Center

A few years ago, the NCCD received an outreach call from a client in Australia asking, “Does Safe & Together integrate with Structured Decision-Making and Safety Organized Practice?” From this international call, a collaboration was born. The Safe & Together Institute and NCCD have collaborated in numerous ways over the past few years.

Integration of Safety Organized Practice, Structured Decision Making and the Safe & Together Model

Michigan State University (MSU) Research Consortium on Gender Based Violence

To better tell the story, we partnered with a leading U.S.-based research center on gender-based violence. MSU’s Research Consortium on Gender Based Violence helps gather evidence about our Model and helps our clients develop data they can use to evaluate their progress.

Central to domestic violence-informed practice is the ability to tell the story of how perpetrators harm child and family functioning. To better tell the story, we partnered with a leading U.S.-based research center on gender-based violence. MSU’s Research Consortium on Gender Based Violence helps gather evidence about our Model and helps our clients develop data they can use to evaluate their progress.

Evidence on the Model and options for evaluation

Kempe Innovative Design

Our online courses exemplify our commitment to quality, bridging disciplines, innovation and meeting the needs of diverse, geographically far organizations. To achieve these goals, we collaborated with the Kempe Center, an international leader in child abuse and neglect prevention, and their partner Ridgewood Associates to develop state-of-the-art online Safe & Together Model courses.