The QIC-DVCW is focused on implementing an Adult & Child Survivor-Centered Approach across multiple sectors that integrates practice wisdom and research from child welfare, domestic violence, child development and the science of trauma and resilience in families and communities.
The Adult & Child Survivor-Centered Approach is a process of aligning policy, practices, and programming across agencies to be responsive to the lives and unique circumstances of families who have experienced domestic violence. The fundamental tenet of the approach is that the safety, permanency and well-being of child survivors are closely linked to the safety and well-being of their survivor parent, and the stability of their relationships. Knowledge is blended from multiple fields – child welfare, domestic violence, child development, and the science of trauma and resilience – to create systems, resources and services that are responsive to the needs and experiences of all survivors. The approach also requires addressing the behaviors and the needs of the person who has caused harm.
Managing Director, Public Policy, Casey Family Programs
Ph.D, RN, FAAN, Anna D. Wolf Chair, Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
VP Practice Excellence, Child Welfare League of America
National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community
MSW, Ph.D. Professor, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College
Circuit Court Judge, Unified Family Division, Miami-Dade County, Florida
J.D., Managing Director of Indian Child Welfare Program, Casey Family Programs
MA, Employment and Human Services, Contra Costa County, CA
MSW, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve University
Chief Assistant for Operations, Miami-Dade State Attorney
Practitioner, Researcher & Consultant
Ph.D, Director, National Implementation Research Network
MSW, Executive Director, Caminar Latino, Inc.
Ph.D, Director, Center for Family and Community Engagement, North Carolina State University
MSW, Independent Consultant on Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
Ph.D, Professor, Michigan State University
PhD, MSW, Director of Leadership Programs and Initiatives, Center for the Developing Child, Harvard University
Executive Director of the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth
Executive Director, The Center for Hope and Healing, Inc.
Team Coordinator, West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
J.D., Indian Child Welfare Center and Appellate Justice for the Mashpee Wampanoag