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The Verizon Foundation is a generous sponsor of the Institute's Law Enforcement Families Partnership, supporting Florida's pilot program and now the National Prevention Toolkit on Officer-Involved Domestic Violence
The Florida Department of Children and Families funds the Institute's Clearinghouse on Supervised Visitation
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The Institute develops LGBTQ resources for parents and teens. Click here to see a flyer for parents of LGBTQ teens.
The Institute is a member of the National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan (NPEIV).
The Institute provides internship and mentoring opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students across Florida State University.
The Institute has received multiple Prudential-Davis Productivity Awards for saving taxpayer dollars.
Every major criminal justice agency and victim advocacy agency in Florida is a member of the Institute’s Law Enforcement Families Partnership.
The Institute hosts the College of Social Work’s Family Violence Journal Club.
The Institute hosted a Visiting Scholar from Rwanda, Agnes Muhongerwa, for six months to share domestic violence prevention and intervention innovations with the central African nation.
The Institute distributes children’s books from Kids In Need, Books In Deed to supervised visitation programs in Florida for their low income families. Building literacy empowers families.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Child Support Enforcement funds the Institute’s pilot project to connect low income families to community resources to build economic self-sufficiency.
The Institute’s Clearinghouse on Supervised Visitation sets the national standard for technical assistance to supervised visitation programs.
Florida’s Department of Children and Families funds the Institute’s Clearinghouse on Supervised Visitation.
The Institute’s Alliance for Faith-Based Efforts to End Domestic Violence connects faith leaders to crucial community victim services.
The Verizon Foundation generously supports the work of the Institute’s Law Enforcement Families Partnership.
Over 40,000 criminal justice officers in Florida have taken at least one module of the Institute’s online training, “Officer-Involved Domestic Violence: A Prevention Curriculum.”
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