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Families in Court for Child Protection and Domestic Violence
Hunter Hurst IV
This report discusses the coordination of efforts to combat child maltreatment and domestic violence, and a publication called Effective Intervention in Domestic Violence & Child Maltreatment Cases: Guidelines for Policy and Practice. It also describes the experience of Ohio communities that have implemented selected recommendations from the Guidelines.
Effectively Intervening with Dual Jurisdiction Youth in Ohio
Gregory Halemba, Rachael Lord
This publication reports on a variety of activities jointly administered by the Supreme Court of Ohio and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services to improve both the interaction between child welfare and judicial systems, and on the effectiveness of intervention in cases involving families where judicial action is required.
Developing Coordinated Local Responses to Address the Needs of Ohio's Aging Population
Gregory Halemba, Hunter Hurst IV
This edition of Children, Families and the Courts: Ohio Bulletin examines a number of issues related to Aging services and providing a seamless cradle to grave family support system in Ohio. The newsletter opens with a summary of Ohio's state summit on Aging and provides examples of county innovations presented at the conference.
Children's Advocacy Centers in Ohio: An Effective Multidisciplinary Approach to Investigating Child Abuse
This issue reviews Ohio's use of its child advocacy centers and inter-agency coordination in responding to and investigating reports of child abuse.
This publication focuses on alternative response child protection models, examines the national data on alternative response structures, and reviews Ohio's implementation of an alternative response model. Efforts in Minnesota and Missouri are also discussed. [MORELINK]