Signs of Safety

Signs of Safety is a strengths-based, safety-focused Child Protection intervention strategy currently in use in twenty Minnesota counties. The purpose of this evaluation was to understand how parents and caregivers experience child welfare services, determine whether elements of the Signs of Safety model could be discerned from parents' description of their experience, and assess the extent to which the worker’s application of the Signs of Safety approach lead to a positive overall experience.


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Does Safety Planning Endure After Case Closure - A Pilot Study on the Effectiveness of Signs of Safety in Four MN CountiesEvaluationMay 2015Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Monica Idzelis Rothe
Innovations in Child Protection Services in Minnesota - Research Chronicle of Carver and Olmsted Counties, SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2013Monica Idzelis Rothe, Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Maggie Skrypek
Innovations in Child Protection Services in Minnesota - Research Chronicle of Carver and Olmsted Counties, Full ReportEvaluationJanuary 2013Monica Idzelis Rothe, Stephanie Nelson-Dusek, Maggie Skrypek
Signs of Safety in Minnesota - Parent Perceptions of a Signs of Safety Child Protection Experience, Full ReportEvaluationFebruary 2012Maggie Skrypek, Monica Idzelis, Peter Pecora
Signs of Safety in Minnesota - Early Indicators of Successful Implementation in Child Protection Agencies, Full ReportEvaluationDecember 2010Maggie Skrypek, Christa Otteson, Greg Owen
Signs of Safety in Minnesota - Early Indicators of Successful Implementation in Child Protection Agencies, SummaryEvaluationDecember 2010Maggie Skrypek, Christa Otteson, Greg Owen

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