Envisioning Solutions for Collaborative Practice 2017

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As a result of this workshop, grantee community participants will be better able to:

·        Design a collaborative project that recognizes domestic violence risks and promotes safety for at risk parents and children in a culturally thoughtful manner.

·        Define the respective roles of each of the collaborative partners and utilize the resources of each.

·        Evaluate the necessity, appropriateness, and impact of supervised visitation and exchange services for women, children, and men in domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse, and dating violence cases.

·        Take the opportunity as collaborative partners to become a catalyst for improving the ways the community supports women, children, and men in the aftermath of domestic violence.

Faculty

The program will allow each community to engage not only with each other, but with individual faculty members throughout the two days. Faculty members are national experts that represent varying disciplines such as supervised visitation and exchange providers, domestic violence and sexual assault advocates, attorneys, and judges. The faculty team will include:

 

Hon. Shawn Floerke

Duluth, Minnesota

Kathryn Ford

New York, New York

 

 Beth McNamera

Montana City, Montana

 Jennifer Rose

 Portland, Oregon

 

 Sujata Warrier

Minneapolis, Minnesota

                            

 

Who Should Attend?

In order to maximize this training opportunity communities must attend in teams of at least 3 individuals representing the partnerships recommended by the JFF Supervised Visitation and Exchange Grant Program and Safe Havens Grant Program. Teams may be made of participants from the following disciplines:

 

 

Space is limited, so please apply today! Applications to attend will be accepted until July 21, 2017.

 

This program is pending approval. Please do not make travel arrangements until you have been confirmed via email by the registrar. 

For more information, please contact

Jenny Talancon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (775) 507-4859.

 

 

Enhancing Safety for Children and Adult Victims

Since its inception, the Safe Havens: Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Grant Program (Supervised Visitation Program) has helped more than 20,000 families by providing supervised visitation and exchange services for families experiencing domestic violence, dating violence, child abuse, sexual assault, or stalking. This website is dedicated to supporting Supervised Visitation Program grantee communities and allied professionals who are providing these important services.

Guiding Principles

Each of the six Guiding Principles will assist Supervised Visitation Program grantee communities and allied professionals with the development and administration of a supervised visitation center.

Library

Our library is full of publications created under the Supervised Visitation Program to assist with the provision of supervised visitation and exchange services.