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“Creating Domestic Violence-Informed Child Welfare Systems” Blog

We are dedicated to advancing inquiry, knowledge, practice and collaboration related to a perpetrator pattern-based approach in the intersection of domestic violence and children.

We value creative and thoughtful blogs from all of our expert partners, clients and practitioners. If you have a story to tell or an idea to share, we want to hear it! Add your voice and experiences to the conversation while also increasing your exposure in the industry.

The Safe & Together Institute Blog serves more than 8,000 international readers each quarter, with 7,000+ more coming from social media. We promote blog posts on our social media platforms, our website and our newsletter. Our vlogs command more than 14,000 minutes of viewership each year.

October 30, 2020

8th Annual Safe & Together Virtual Conference: Domestic Violence & Children

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July 11, 2013

Using a continuum of practice framework to envision and build domestic violence informed child welfare systems

by David Mandel, MA, LPC At our 2013 New Orleans National Safe and Together ™ model Symposium, David Mandel & Associates introduced a continuum of practice framework to […]
August 31, 2010

Stories from the 2010 Florida Dependency Summit

By Kristen Selleck, MSW National Training and Consultation Director I attended the 2010 Florida Dependency Summit and, along with David Mandel and Bridget Reilly, met with […]
January 11, 2010

Paying attention to worker safety in domestic violence cases

by Kristen Selleck, MSW, National Training and Consultation Director Successful child welfare interventions with families experiencing domestic violence depends on child welfare staff feeling confident, competent, […]
April 29, 2009

Trying to change child welfare’s response to domestic violence? Then support the supervisors!

by David Mandel In the Q & A after a recent conference keynote, an administrator from a child welfare community provider agency posed the following to […]
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