Greenbook Initiative Final Evaluation Report. Greenbook Initiative Final Evaluation Report : Table 36

02/28/2008

: Table 36

 Strongly DisagreeDisagreeNeither Agree nor DisagreeAgreeStrongly Agree
A. Child welfare agencies use protocols in the identification, assessment, safety, and case planning for families experiencing domestic violence.12345
B. Child welfare agencies work closely with domestic violence providers to address the issue of co-occurrence of domestic violence and child maltreatment.12345
C. Domestic violence provider staff are included in formal child protective case conferences.12345
D. Child welfare agencies have a policy that clearly states the criteria under which children can remain safely with non- abusing parents experiencing domestic violence12345
E.   Child welfare agencies train their staff regularly to understand, recognize, and respond to domestic violence12345
F.   Staff in child welfare agencies are aware of available programs for victims of domestic violence12345
G. Child welfare agencies interact with domestic violence organizations for the purposes of exchanging information and communication.12345
H. Child welfare agencies interact with courts for the purposes of exchanging information and communication.12345
I.    Child welfare agencies share resources (e.g. financial, staff) with domestic violence organizations.12345
J.   Child welfare agencies share resources (e.g. financial, staff) with courts.12345