Greenbook Initiative Final Evaluation Report. Greenbook Initiative Final Evaluation Report : Table 35

02/28/2008

: Table 35

 Strongly DisagreeDisagreeNeither Agree nor DisagreeAgreeStrongly Agree
A. Staff in domestic violence organizations work jointly with child protective agency staff in investigations and risk assessment.12345
B. Staff in domestic violence organizations work jointly with child protective agency staff in services planning, and safety planning.12345
C. Domestic violence advocates have an active presence in dependency courts.12345
D. The domestic violence organization(s) train their staff regularly to understand, recognize, and respond to child maltreatment.12345
E.   The domestic violence organization(s) provide a child-friendly environment for the families they serve.12345
F.   The domestic violence organization(s) have well-trained, full- time advocates on staff to provide services or develop referral linkages for children of domestic violence victims.12345
G. Domestic violence organizations use protocols in the identification, safety assessment, and case planning for families with children who are abused12345
H. Domestic violence organizations interact with courts for the purposes of exchanging information and communication.12345
I.    Domestic violence organizations interact with child welfare agencies for the purposes of exchanging information and communication.12345
J.   Domestic violence organizations share resources (e.g. financial, staff) with courts.12345
K. Domestic violence organizations share resources (e.g. financial, staff) with child welfare agencies.12345