October 4, 2017

Domestic Violence Awareness Month


Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior that one person in a relationship uses to control the other. The behavior may be verbally, emotionally, physically, financially, or sexually abusive. Children exposed to domestic violence are more likely than their peers to experience a wide range of difficulties, and the potential effects vary by age and developmental stage.


View Our Domestic Violence Publications and Hotline Resources HERE:

In case you missed it at the Child Protection Summit click HERE to watch “Understanding the Power of Language in Child Welfare Cases Involving Domestic Violence”

You can also visit our Online Training Library for additional videos pertaining to Domestic Violence.

Recently Added Resources:



Residential Group Care Accountability Report




House Bill 1121 Overview



All of the workshops we recorded at the 2017 Child Protection Summit are posted HERE.

Upcoming Events

2017 Florida Faith Symposium,
November 7 - 8, 2017, Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando, FL


The Faith Symposium is one of Florida’s premier events that brings together more than 500 faith and state government leaders to highlight opportunities, facilitate connections, and initiate action to empower Florida’s children and families to become productive and self-sufficient


Click HERE for more information and to register.




Click HERE to view our Events Calendar for more upcoming events.


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