Social Workers Advancing through Grounded Education (SAGE)

SAGE Practica

The SAGE program recruits, trains and financially supports Native and non-Native students as they complete 360 hours of their Brown School practica.

The CICM and the Buder Center have developed strong relationships nationally with American Indian & Alaska Native experts in the field of social work and child maltreatment. The SAGE program supports Brown School students in completing practica with Native organizations. Through SAGE, recipients are provided stipends for living expenses during their practicum in Indian Country.

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Support Over Silence for KIDS Featured in Op-Ed

Dr. Nancy Weaver partnered with the Family Nurturing Center in Northern Kentucky to craft an Op- Ed with the support of the Face It Movement. Through the commitment and investment of Kosair Charities, the Face It Movement promotes best practices in child abuse prevention and intervention, builds awareness and engages the community in how to help families thrive, […]

Child Abuse Prevention Month

National Child Abuse Prevention Month was officially created in 1983. Every year since, the nation comes together to recognize and bring awareness to the child abuse and neglect epidemic in the United States. This month is a reminder of the importance of communities working together to strengthen and support families so that all children can […]

Support Over Silence for KIDS: Train the Trainer

Friday, April 22 (8:00 AM-11:00 AM) Register HERE Tuesday, April 26 (12:00 PM- 3:00 PM) Register HERE Wednesday, May 4 (4:00 PM- 7:00 PM) Register HERE Support Over Silence for KIDS is a three-hour, virtual training that prepares community members, hospital personnel, and other professionals to confidently defuse a challenging moment between a caregiver and […]

Statement on Texas Policy

As we prepare for Child Abuse Prevention month in April of this year, we are very concerned regarding the recent policy in Texas that suggests gender-affirming care be classified as child abuse.  To be clear, gender-affirming care is fully supported by pediatric practitioners1 and the US Dept of Health and Human Services.2 “The American Academy […]

Summer Training Webinar Series 2022

The Power of Linking Administrative Data The theme for this summer’s NDACAN Summer Training Series is the power of linking administrative data in research on child welfare. Sessions include data management workshops, linking across NDACAN data products and linking NDACAN data to external data products, and applied analysis workshops that leverage linking possibilities. This summer’s […]

Masters Certificate & Concentration Program

The Center for Violence and Injury Prevention (CVIP) promotes healthy young families and healthy young adults by advancing evidence-based violence prevention through education, research, & training activities.

  • Click here for information on the Violence and Injury Prevention concentration for WashU students
  • Click here for information on the Violence and Injury Prevention (CVIP) Certificate Program