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April 5, 2021: Mandel School’s Center for Innovative Practices at CWRU named Ohio’s Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health ‘Center of Excellence’

February 25, 2021: Study finds more active-duty police officers died of COVID-19 in 2020 than all other causes combined

February 12, 2021: Why rape victims are so often left to solve their own cases

January 4, 2021: Focusing on diversion—instead of detention—yields positive results for youth with behavioral health issues

April 3, 2020: Dealing with COVID-19 anxiety: CWRU psychology professor Jane Timmons-Mitchell offers tips for coping

January 6, 2020: Study: Reduce crime by focusing efforts on rapists

December 18, 2019: Case Western Reserve social sciences researchers develop new tool to assess exposure to childhood violence, trauma

December 9, 2019: Training middle-school educators to identify suicide warning signs

November 25, 2019: Case Western Reserve part of $1 million grant to launch new domestic violence court

November 12, 2019: Taking the next step in sexual assault research

October 3, 2019: Case Western Reserve University part of a multi-million-dollar grant to combat opioid epidemic

March 28, 2019: Gangs are built around social networks, not crime: Case Western Reserve researcher

March 26, 2019: Case Western Reserve University boasts four of the top 100 social work professors in the country

March 6, 2019: ‘Signaling’ change in sexual assault cases

February 7, 2019: Nearly $1 million grant to equip ‘first social responders,’ help at-risk kids

August 2, 2018: Juvenile diversion programs work, but new CWRU research shows they also curb tendencies to reoffend in early adulthood

July 16, 2018: How emergency departments, doctors’ offices can help prevent suicide

July 5, 2018: Legacy of ‘redlining’: How 1930s Cleveland mortgage-lending maps mirror today’s poverty

June 11, 2018: Preventing murder by addressing domestic violence

March 12, 2018: New research shows what we know (and don’t) about serial rapists

March 7, 2018: CWRU professor joins scholars from around U.S. in national call-to-action to prevent gun violence

November 29, 2017: CWRU organizes bipartisan public policy briefing on opioid crisis to be held today

October 18, 2017: Fatal opioid traffickers targeted by nearly $1 million federal grant

October 10, 2017: The Monument Quilt—created by and for survivors of rape and abuse—visits campus

October 20, 2016: Rape kit research to expand with $3 million from U.S. Department of Justice

September 12, 2016: Testing backlogged sexual assault kits prevents future rapes and saves victims and communities millions

June 13, 2016: Testing of backlogged rape kits yields new insights into rapists and major implications for how sexual assaults should be investigated

April 20, 2016: Online program reduces bullying behavior in schools, tests show

February 8, 2016: Addressing trauma in juvenile offenders should be larger focus of rehabilitation, study finds

January 14, 2015: CWRU researchers find Ohio’s diversion program effective in helping juvenile offenders

December 14, 2014. Social work students begin new integrated health training for at-risk adolescents, families

November 5, 2014. Begun Center researcher studies inmate-officer relationships in maintaining safety, security

September 24, 2014. Law students gain hands-on legal experience working with Juvenile Safe Surrender clients

May 22, 2014. Researchers study what makes psychotic teens more at risk for suicide than others

April 23, 2014. Begun Center chosen to evaluate Ohio’s pilot addiction treatment program

January 30, 2014. Police study validates officers as first social responders

October 30, 2013. Professor’s new book reveals stories behind Fugitive Safe Surrender program

October 8, 2013. Begun Center joins Cleveland partners to reduce crime in Mt. Pleasant neighborhood

September 3, 2013. Tool kit answers mental health and epilepsy questions for parents

July 29, 2013. Begun Center joins Cuyahoga County anti-domestic violence initiative

May 1, 2013. Mark Singer’s care for his advisees at the Mandel School earns a Diekhoff mentoring award

February 27, 2013. White House invites CWRU’s Dan Flannery to address school violence prevention

August 13, 2012. Offender’s safe surrender in churches works, according to CWRU research findings