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Rutgers University School Of Social Work Research Briefing Highlights the Safe and Together Model as the “most widely utilized model for collaboration between domestic violence service providers and the child welfare system.”

A recent Rutgers University School of Social Work from their Center on Violence Against Women and Children examined the “challenges that impede collaboration between child welfare workers and domestic violence service providers followed by a review of the collaborative models used by states around the country to address the co-occurrence of domestic violence and child maltreatment.”  The document includes a survey of different collaboration models around the country and identifies the Safe and Together Model as  “the most widely utilized model for collaboration between domestic violence service providers and the child welfare system.”

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