CEV Chapter from the 2016 Biennial Report to Congress
Read about program accomplishments from July 2013 - June 2015 and hear from grantees in their own words.
This funding allowed us to make significant progress in working collaboratively to help children exposed to violence. The forming of the CEV Collaborative itself created a greater understanding of the policies and protocols specific to each agency and how it impacted services. It allowed increased staff development that was critical to the provision of quality, comprehensive services. It allowed an increase in the number of clinicians trained in evidence-based treatment and it resulted in an expansion of the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy treatment program. This in turn, assisted more children. Overall, systems change was established due to the presence of these funds and allowed for a strong foundation in which to continue our defense of the children we serve.