This section provides information and resources on domestic violence definitions and terminology, the connection between domestic violence and child welfare, statistical data, legislation and policies, links to funding opportunities that address domestic violence, and training resources.
- Definitions and terminology
- The intersection of domestic violence and child welfare
- Legislation and policies
- Training resources
National Resource Center for Child Protective Services
Assists with system and practice issues in all areas of child protective services that help improve the prevention, reporting, assessment, and treatment of child abuse and neglect.
The Greenbook Initiative
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Provides information on a Federal initiative to help child welfare workers, domestic violence advocates, and family court judges improve their efforts to help battered women and their children achieve safety and well-being.
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Provides information on programs, training and technical assistance, grants and funding, and other resources dealing with family violence.
Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Sourcebook
Henderson (Ed.) (2001)
Provides an overview of the types of abuse that occur in the home, describes options for intervention, summarizes research about co-occurrence, and lists resources for further information.
|Series Title:||Related Organizations Lists|
|Author(s):||Child Welfare Information Gateway
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|Year Published:||2014 - 7 pages|
|This resource list provides the addresses and phone numbers of organizations that serve victims of family violence, professionals, and researchers. Each entry includes a brief description of the function of the organization.|