Grand Challenges for Social Work: Stop Family Violence

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      SPEAKER: Led by the Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare,the Grand Challenges for Social Work is a groundbreakinginitiative to champion social progress powered by science.It's a call to action for all of usto work together to tackle our nation'stoughest social problems.Family violence is a common American tragedy.

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      SPEAKER [continued]: Child maltreatment and intimate partner violenceoften occur together and predict other forms of violence,with women and girls disproportionately affected.Physical violence, emotional abuse, sexual violence,economic exploitation, and other forms of violence and abusewithin the family carry harmful short- and long-term

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      SPEAKER [continued]: consequences, including physical injury and death.Childhood maltreatment and gender-based violencecan be reduced by half in the next decadeby encouraging a healthy and happy relationshipwith a partner and family.By promoting healthy, violence-free relationships

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      SPEAKER [continued]: between partners and among families,we can bring about a 50% reduction in child maltreatmentand gender-based violence within the next decade.Over the next 10 years, researchers, practitioners,and policymakers can engage in a variety of activitiesthat will advance this grand challenge

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      SPEAKER [continued]: and ignite social work achievements, including effortsto--Link data systems in criminal justice, health care,and other social service agenciesto identify and facilitate prevention servicesfor families with young children at risk of maltreatmentand to screen for violence exposure in health settings.Increased support for evidence-based intervention

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      SPEAKER [continued]: and prevention programs to reducethe structural inequalities that perpetuate family violence.Harness health care resources to increase engagement, screening,brief education, and warm referralsfrom primary care providers.The expansion of home visiting services, parent education,and a broader array of culturally-relevant intimate

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      SPEAKER [continued]: partner violence and child abuse responses.Build healthy, violence-free teen and parent relationshipsthat will influence social norms and promotes safetyin the family and community.Increase research funding for culturally-informed,evidence-based interventions that encourage child welfareservices and gender-based violence prevention

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      SPEAKER [continued]: and intervention services alignmentin order to strategically addresscommon risk and protective factors.Expand safe haven laws to no less than one year of ageand engage in signage, marketing, and public relationsto increase community knowledge of such programs,as well as other child abuse prevention resources.

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      SPEAKER [continued]: Ethically implement birth match programsto identify, and outreach to, high-risk families within daysof new births, while ensuring the safety and autonomyof parents and children.Visit these websites for more information.[MUSIC PLAYING]

Grand Challenges for Social Work: Stop Family Violence

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This animation details the American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare Grand Challenges for Social Work on societal goals for stopping family violence.

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