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The Child Welfare Worker Safety Guide
Get an overview of the issues related to the physical and emotional safety of child welfare workers.
Capacity Building Center for States
Provides an overview of the issues related to the physical and emotional safety of child welfare workers. This guide defines child welfare worker safety, discusses current research in the field, and provides examples of child welfare worker safety incidents. The guide also focuses on policies that address child welfare worker safety issues within jurisdictions and the impact of these policies on decreasing incidents of violence on child welfare workers, as well as strategies for building organizational capacity for improving child welfare worker safety.
Provides resources to meet the information and technical needs of healthcare and related staff working in the areas of disaster preparedness and response (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services).