Centers and Institutes
Center for the Study and Promotion of Communities, Families and Children
The CFC Center was created by the Stoops Family Foundation, Inc. to generate and sustain translational knowledge development for effective policies, services and usable research for the promotion of communities, families and the children of Florida, the nation and across the globe.
Florida Institute for Child Welfare
The institute was established in 2014 by the Florida Legislature at the FSU College of Social Work under legislative mandate Section 1004.615 Florida Statutes to improve the safety, permanency and well-being outcomes for the children and families of involved with Florida’s child welfare system.
Institute for Family Violence Studies
FAMILYVIO.CSW.FSU.EDU | IFVS-Admin@csw.fsu.edu
The Institute for Family Violence Studies (IFVS) within Florida State University’s College of Social Work builds comprehensive trauma-informed large-scale trainings and conducts interdisciplinary research. IFVS advocates for supportive legislative policy solutions and systems that promote resilient, healthy families and reduce all forms of family and intimate partner violence. It is the goal of the Institute to be a national resource for trauma-informed services to improve safety, resilience, and well-being for individuals and families.
- Professional Certification Portfolio
- Clearinghouse on Trauma and Resilience
- Successful Co-parenting After Divorce Toolkit
- Understanding Domestic Violence as a Social Service Professional - Updated Toolkit
- COMING SOON: Fundamentals of Neurodiversity for Multidisciplinary Professionals - Launching Summer 2023
Institute for Justice Research and Development
IJRD.CSW.FSU.EDU | JusticeResearch@csw.fsu.edu
IJRD is a team of passionate innovators and social scientists. Through creativity and research, the institute is re-envisioning a country with a dramatically reduced need for the criminal justice system.
Multidisciplinary Evaluation and Testing Center
MDC.FSU.EDU | email@example.com
The MDC was established in 1983 through a Florida Department of Education, Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services grant. The center provides services including diagnostic evaluation and consultation services for children and youth with complex medical, educational, emotional and/or behavioral problems. MDC also provides consultation, pre-service and in-service training for parents, teachers, school and district personnel along with related providers and professionals.