Domestic Violence Manual

Domestic Violence Manual (Child Welfare Professionals)

NON-PS2 Instructions (Social Services)

This is a list with descriptions of the non-PS2 fields in the FACS Social Services Tab.

What is Domestic Violence/Domestic Violence Overview

Explanation of what entails Domestic Violence

General Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

People who are being abused may: Seem afraid or anxious to please their partner Go along with everything their partner says and does Check in often with their partner to report where they are and what they are doing Receive frequent, harassing phone calls from their partner Talk about their partner’s temper, jealously, or possessiveness […]

Home Visit Guide

A Home Visit is an effective tool for social service specialists in determining eligibility, completing interviews, and assessing the needs of the family. Whether mandated by policy or requested by the household, a home visit allows workers to better serve and communicate with our most vulnerable of clients. Linked below is the Home Visit Guide […]

UpdatedAddress Confidentiality Program (ACP)

ACP – is the acronym for the Address Confidentiality Program. The ACP is administered by the Office of the Attorney General to assist victims of domestic violence. The ACP prohibits state agencies from requiring an ACP participant to provide his or her finding address. Policy regarding this term is located at: Public Assistance Procedures (all […]

Address Confidentiality Programs (ACP)

Address Confidentiality Programs were created to protect victims of stalking, domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes.

UpdatedHome Visits

Home visits are an integral part of providing services/benefits and promoting safety and stability for families. Home visits are appropriate when: Confirmation of the accuracy of information cannot be obtained from other sources An office visit would create a hardship on the household A TANF case is closed due to failure to cooperate with TANF […]