Project S.A.F.E. Final Report: Engaging Domestic Violence and Child Protective Services Staff in Collaborative Practices

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This report is an evaluation of Project S.A.F.E., a pilot initiative aiming to increase collaboration between domestic violence centers and local CPS staff in Texas.

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