October-November News

Posted: 11.11.2020


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We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy as we all continue to navigate these strange times. As we continue this important work, we remain committed to meeting your Safe & Together training needs - both virtually and in safe, socially-distanced small groups. Please contact Christine Morris at cmorris@law.capital.edu for more information about our adapted training options.
8th Annual Safe & Together Conference: Domestic Violence & Children

The Safe & Together Model Conference will now be hosted LIVE REMOTE through Virtual Academy!

Wednesday, Dec. 9 - Friday, Dec. 11, 2020 | 11am-3pm EST

A Multi-Part Podcast Series: Law Enforcement, Officer Involved Domestic Violence and Police Reform

Ruth Stearns Mandel & David Mandel’s on-going conversations which are both intimate and professional and touch on complex topics. Listen Now
DV Cases Up in Ohio During Pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic is leading to spikes in domestic violence, and making it harder for some victims to find help and for local shelters to meet their needs. Here is the Safe & Together Institute's COVID-19 Quick Practice Guide for child welfare staff working with families impacted by domestic violence.

David Mandel speaks about "Pattern-Based Assessments in a Time of a Pandemic." (10/15/20) Watch Now
SAFE & TOGETHER INSTITUTE VIRTUAL ACADEMY The Safe & Together Institute, an international leader in distance learning in the domestic abuse and child welfare fields, is excited to offer child and family-serving professionals the Virtual Academy. With the goal of supporting domestic violence-informed practice and organizational change in this time of uncertainty, we are dramatically expanding our ability to teach, train and build community online. Using a powerful yet intuitive platform, our Virtual Academy connects learners all over the world with many familiar social media functions and a wider catalog of courses including those specific to COVID-19 and domestic abuse and virtual working. LEARN MORE
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