Five years ago from the dependency bench in Miami-Dade County, the Dependency Court Intervention Program for Family Violence (DCIPFV) was created when it became evident that child welfare professionals had little understanding of the dynamics of domestic violence and the impact exposure to violence had on children.
What does DCIP stand for?
DCIP stands for Dependency Court Intervention Program
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We have 10 other meanings of DCIP in our Acronym Attic
- Defense Criminal Investigative Organization (US DoD)
- Defined Contribution Investment Only
- Deputy Chief Information Officer (corporate title)
- Deputy Chief Inspecting Officer of railways; UK)
- Division of Clearing and Intermediary Oversight (US CFTC)
- Deputy Chief Information Officer for Infrastructure, Systems, and Technology (US Navy)
- 2,6-Dichlorophenol Indophenol
- Defense Career Intern Program (US DoD Inspector General)
- Defense Critical Infrastructure Program
- Delaware College Investment Plan
- Design Change Improvement Program
- Digital Cinema Implementation Partners LLC
- DoorCom IP (Siedle USA)
- Ductile Cast Iron Pipe
- Douglas County Individual Practice Association (Oregon)
- Davao City Investment Promotion Center (Philippines)
- Data, Controls, Indicators & Panel Layout
- Defense Casualty Information Processing System
- Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System
- Developing Centers on Interventions for the Prevention of Suicide (US NIH)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Lederman, whose past initiatives included the Dependency Court Intervention Program for Family Violence, was instrumental in obtaining funding for the project.
Lederman of Miami spoke on the justice system's response to children exposed to violence and research findings from the Dependency Court Intervention Program at the "Workshop on Children and Domestic Violence Abuse," sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences National Research Council and Institute of Medicine at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.