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Just Who is Supervising Whom?

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Supervised Visitation is supposed to be helping families experiencing domestic violence, to prevent injury, death, kidnapping, or other horrible events from happening, while still maintaining that ever-important connection with a father (typically), that supposedly cannot control himself without supervision.

It also happens to be a handy replicatable and saleable business model, and profession.

It also happens to be used, frequently, to spank mothers who report abuse, as in Claudine Dombrowski, who testified in Kansas on this recently and has been participating in an international case against the United States for violation of human rights in the family courts:

(You need to read this one to understand how it’s used against women for speaking up…)

I have made my opinion (and qualify it as that) on this matter clear enough by citing Jack Straton’s 1990s commentary on the issue, which made sense to me, but has been ignored by the courts.  Why?  Probably doesn’t lead to more federal funding, and a whole class of children, family, relationships that can become the subject matter of MORE federally funded studies of — families, and DV:

What About the Kids? Custody and Visitation Decisions in Families with a History of Violence
National Training Project of the Duluth Domestic Abuse Project – Thursday, October 8, 1992, Duluth, Minnesota 

from the Journal of the Task Group on Child Custody Issues*
of the National Organization for Men Against Sexism
Volume 5, Number 1, Spring1993 (Fourth Edition, 2001)
c/o University Studies, Portland State University, Portland, OR, 97207-0751
503-725-5844, 503-725-5977 (FAX) , straton@pdx.edu


What is Fair for Children of Abusive Men?
by Jack C. Straton, Ph.D.

In the process, I am going to talk today about the effects of male power and control over children, not about parental power and control. I know that it is popular these days to de-gender family conflict, to talk about “spouse abuse” and “family violence” rather than “wife beating” and “rape.” I know that we want a society in which men nurture children to the same extent that women do.

I know that fathers and mothers should both be capable parents. But if you ask “What about the kids?” I want to give you a serious answer. I cannot seriously entertain the myth that our society really is gender neutral, so to consider “What about the kids?” while pretending such neutrality is to engage in denial and cognitive dissonance. I cannot hope to arrive at an answer that will positively affect reality if my underlying assumptions are based on fantasy.

So I am going to talk today about the effects of male power and control over children, not about parental power and control. As I cite examples, some of you may hear your internal voice saying, “But women do that, too.” As this happens I would ask you to be aware that such voices are often the voice of guilt that try to distract us from what we really know about men’s violence so that we need not take responsibility for this violence.

You may notice that this references:

Duluth Domestic Abuse Project

which I have also blogged on (I think) and where, possibly, this concept originated, starting as far back as 1989.  They market a database for it.  I don’t think Jack Straton’s sense is about to be exercised (unfortunately) when there is SO much potential for $$ in this field….

He continues, regarding children speaking up (a hot topic, I know):

Children’s right to choose vs. abuser’s manipulation of a child. 

I want to talk about the question of children advocating on their own behalf. As one who would like to see the rights of children recognized and affirmed, I am tempted to say that, yes, a child should have some input into a decision about with whom they will live.

Yet in the present case we have a man who, though he beats his wife, is often very charismatic to the rest of the world, and perhaps to his kids. And even if he beats his kids as well, it is known that intermittent affection can be a stronger binding agent than consistent affection. We also have a man who has demonstrated his power over another human being through brutality.

It is known that older children will sometimes join in the abuse of their mother. Since it is the older children to whom we might be tempted to accede some measure of choice, I find this mirroring of the father’s brutality disquieting. I do not ask you to take one side or the other of this question, but to be cautious until someone more wise than I can resolve the knot for you.

 

At any rate, here is some of the funding behind some of this issue.

NOTE:  My time is out, the post is incomplete, but I’m going to still publish it here.  I believe we ALL need to start studying this database and start looking up who is doing what with our scarce federal dollars, as the headlines continue to show more and more domestic violence deaths, and some very traumatic and dangerous behavior from the next generation of children.  Perhaps the failure to protect is related to this. . . . .     When will the studies be done?  When will the effectiveness be shown?  WHO is accounting for it?

This is NOT someone else’s business, it’s yours, at least in this nation!

As I’ve promoted on this website, this is one tool for tracking government spending — at least in the Health and Human Services department:

Tracking Accountability in Government Grants (TAGGS) Web Site

GrantsNet Home

TaggsSiteThe Department’s Tracking Accountability in Government Grants System (TAGGS) is the Department’s central repository for all HHS grant transaction data. Much of this data is available to the public at the TAGGS internet site http://taggs.hhs.gov. This site allows users to view standard TAGGS-generated reports or query the database for current and past grant award information. Congressional district, grant program name, recipient (grantee) name, recipient location (state, city, zip, and/or congressional district), awarding OPDIV, transaction amount (or sum of transactions), and fiscal year are some commonly searched TAGGS fields. The TAGGS Annual Report can be found at http://taggs.hhs.gov/annualreports.cfm.

URL: http://taggs.hhs.gov

Now, when I key in the words “supervised visitation” and search the 85,000 grants that actually have abstracts (vs. the about 500,000 on this database), I come up with only 3

Number of rows returned: 3
Rows 1 through 3 displayed.
Records Searched: 147753

Award Number Award Title OPDIV Program Office Sum of Actions
90EV0356  DEMONSTRATION OF ENHANCED SERVICES TO CHILDREN AND YOUTH EXPOSED TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE  ACF  FYSB  $ 353,948 
SM058554  FAMILY SERVICES OF GREATER WATERBURY  SAMHSA  CMHS  $ 118,886 
90EV0355  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  ACF  FYSB  $ 355,648 

http://www.hhs.gov/grantsnet/TrackingWebsite.htm

As you can see, the grant numbers are themselves interactive.  let’s look at this one with the colorful (sic) descriptive title “Executive Director.”  Notice, the OPDIV is “ACF,” a key player in this field (I”ll leave its typos in, but have separated the objectives 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5….)

Here it is:

Title Executive Director $ 355,648
Award Number 90EV0355
Project Start/End  / 
Abstract Project involves 4 organizations: OCO-SAF, NYSPCC, OCFS, and the NY State Coalition Against DV. The objectives of the project include:1) providing safety, services and suppor tto children and youth in ways that mitgate the effects of dv; 2) providing safety, services and support to adult caregivers of children and youth in ways that enhance their capacity to care for their children; 3) maintaining and supporting children and youth relationships with their adult care-givers. including their non-offending paretns and other relatives, as well as tehri offending parents, in a manner that ensures their safety;

4) increasing the capacity of supervised visitaiton centers to provide safety, services and support to children and youth, their adult caregivers, including non-offending parents, and other relatives, when there has been a history of dv; and

5) developing a replicable, best practice model of supervised visitation that meets the safety, service and support needs of child and youth winesses to dv, and their adult caregivers.

Thesaurus Social Service; Social; Service; at risk; family; child; Family; Violence; Prevention; Abuse
PI Name/Title Patti jo Newell  NONE
PI eMail NONE
Institution  
Department NONE
Fiscal Year 2007
ICD  
IRG NONE

 

Award Funding Details

FY Recipient Budget
Year
of Support
Award Code Agency Action
Issue
Date
Amount This
Action
2005 NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC 1 0 ACF 09-22-2005 $ 130,000
Fiscal Year 2005 Total: $ 130,000

 

FY Recipient Budget
Year
of Support
Award Code Agency Action
Issue
Date
Amount This
Action
2006 NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC 2 0 ACF 08-22-2006 $ 130,000
Fiscal Year 2006 Total: $ 130,000

 

FY Recipient Budget
Year
of Support
Award Code Agency Action
Issue
Date
Amount This
Action
2007 NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC 3 0 ACF 09-01-2007 $ 95,648
Fiscal Year 2007 Total: $ 95,648

 

Total of all awards:

 

 It is always good to enhance services, right? 

Anyhow, then you can click on the recipient name, also interactive.  For some reason here, it only shows the 2009 grants to this organization, the NY State Coalition Against Domestic Violence:  (NCADV):

Recipient: NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC
Address: 79 CENTRAL AVE, WOMEN’S BLDG
ALBANY, NY 12206
Country Name: United States of America
County Name: ALBANY 
DHHS Region: 2
Type: Other Social Services Organization
Class: Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

Award Actions

FY Award Number Budget Year
of Support
Award Code Agency Action Issue
Date
Amount This
Action
2009 0901NYSDVC 1 1 ACF 06-11-2009 $ 241,087
2009 US4CE001530 1 000 CDC 02-02-2009 $ 321,234
2009 US4CE001530 1 001 CDC 08-26-2009 $ 41,184
Fiscal Year 2009 Total: $ 603,505

 

Here’s an advanced search (on that name) with a few more fields.  It will probably exceed the margins in my post, but you can copy it (or search on similar fields) and notice how many awards are either NEW or NONCOMPETING CONTINUATION, meaning, once you’re in, you’re in.  We also see that (though these awards are, I admit, modest overall) they stretch back to 1996 in time.  You also then see several investigators, and can look them up, if you wish:

Fiscal Year OPDIV Grantee Name Award Number Award Title CFDA Number CFDA Program Name Award Activity Type Award Action Type Principal Investigator Sum of Actions
2009  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0901NYSDVC  2009 SDVC  93591  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grant to State Domestic Violence Coalitions  SOCIAL SERVICES  NEW    $ 241,087 
2009  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  US4CE001530  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT AND LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES DELTA  93136  Injury Prevention and Control Research and State and Community Based Programs  HEALTH SERVICES  NEW  LORIEN CASTELLE  $ 362,418 
2008  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0801NYSDVC  2008 SDVC  93591  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grant to State Domestic Violence Coalitions  SOCIAL SERVICES  NEW    $ 231,230 
2008  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  US4CE222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93061  Innovations in Applied Public Health Research  HEALTH SERVICES  SUPPLEMENT FOR EXPANSION  JESSICA VASQUEZ  $ 205,436 
2007  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0701NYSDVC  2007 SDVC  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  NEW    $ 235,341 
2007  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  90EV0355  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  93592  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Discretionary Grants  DEMONSTRATION  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  PATTI JO NEWELL  $ 95,648 
2007  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  US4CE222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93061  Innovations in Applied Public Health Research  HEALTH SERVICES  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  PATTI J NEWELL  $ 194,706 
2006  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0601NYSDVC  2006 SDVC  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  NEW    $ 235,342 
2006  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  90EV0355  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  93592  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Discretionary Grants  DEMONSTRATION  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  PATTI JO NEWELL  $ 130,000 
2006  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  CCU222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93136  Injury Prevention and Control Research and State and Community Based Programs  HEALTH SERVICES  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  PAM COX  $ 358,773 
2005  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0501NYSDVC  2005 SDVC  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  NEW    $ 237,038 
2005  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  90EV0355  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  93592  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Discretionary Grants  DEMONSTRATION  NEW  PATTI JO NEWELL  $ 130,000 
2005  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  CCU222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93136  Injury Prevention and Control Research and State and Community Based Programs  HEALTH SERVICES  COMPETING CONTINUATION  PAM COX  $ 210,000 
2004  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0401NYSDVC  2004 SDVC  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  NEW    $ 237,072 
2004  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  CCU222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93136  Injury Prevention and Control Research and State and Community Based Programs  HEALTH SERVICES  ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLEMENT ( + OR – ) (DISCRETIONARY OR BLOCK AWARDS)  PAM COX  $ 15,669 
2004  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  CCU222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93136  Injury Prevention and Control Research and State and Community Based Programs  HEALTH SERVICES  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  PAM COX  $ 370,000 
2003  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0301NYSDVC    93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  UNKNOWN    $ 238,496 
2003  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  CCU222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93136  Injury Prevention and Control Research and State and Community Based Programs  HEALTH SERVICES  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  SHERRY FROHMAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  $ 371,372 
2002  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0201NYSDVC    93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  UNKNOWN    $ 234,828 
2002  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  CCU222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93136  Injury Prevention and Control Research and State and Community Based Programs  HEALTH SERVICES  NEW  SHERRY FROHMAN  $ 374,000 
2002  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  CCU222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93136  Injury Prevention and Control Research and State and Community Based Programs  HEALTH SERVICES  NEW  SHERRY FROHMAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  $ 374,000 
2001  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0101NYSDVC  SDVC 2001  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  UNKNOWN    $ 220,600 
2000  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  0001NYSDVC  SDVC 2000  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  UNKNOWN    $ 190,789 
1999  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  9901NYSDVC  SDVC 1999  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  UNKNOWN    $ 167,547 
1998  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  9801NYSDVC  STATEWIDE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COALITION  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  UNKNOWN    $ 163,476 
1997  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  9601NYSDVC  SDVC 1996  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLEMENT ( + OR – ) (DISCRETIONARY OR BLOCK AWARDS)    $ 47,170 
1997  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  9701NYSDVC  SDVC 1997  93671  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes  SOCIAL SERVICES  NEW    $ 137,358 
1996  ACF  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  9601NYSDVC    NONE  Awards not funded from a program listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance  SOCIAL SERVICES  NEW    $ 47,170 

 

Now, in 2007, it appears some more research is being done in “applied health.”  I am a domestic violence survivor (though not East Coast), and am glad to know that my experiences are somehow contributing to health research, although it’s a little distressing to not yet be free from the situation, so many years after I filed the initial restraining order.  Perhaps I can nab a government grant to put my two bits of data in….

US4CE222482

Fiscal Year OPDIV Grantee Name Grantee Class Grantee Type Award Number Award Title CFDA Number CFDA Program Name Award Activity Type Award Action Type Principal Investigator Sum of Actions
2008  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  Other Social Services Organization  US4CE222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93061  Innovations in Applied Public Health Research  HEALTH SERVICES  SUPPLEMENT FOR EXPANSION  JESSICA VASQUEZ  $ 205,436 
2007  CDC  NEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  Other Social Services Organization  US4CE222482  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENHANCEMENT & LEADERSHIP THROUGH ALLIANCES  93061  Innovations in Applied Public Health Research  HEALTH SERVICES  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  PATTI J NEWELL  $ 194,706 

What are they doing with this? Who else is functioning under this CFDA code 93061?

The TAGGS database doesn’t (appear) to list anyone but these two, NYSCADV, so I went to my other database “usaspending.gov.”

I think you need to click on this one:  The charts speak louder:

http://www.usaspending.gov/faads/faads.php?cfda_program_num=93.061&sortby=u&detail=-1&datype=T&reptype=a&database=faads&fiscal_year=&detail=-1&datype=T&submit=GO

Trend

Bar chart is from the data in the below table

Assistance for 93.061: Innovations In Applied Public Health Research
(FY 2000-2010)

Summary

 

Federal dollars: $104,556,399
Total number of recipients: 91
Total number of transactions: 280

Invalid district: WA07 $10,046,617
 Maryland 07 (Elijah Cummings) $7,796,994
 Georgia 05 (John Lewis) $6,987,083
 Massachusetts 08 (Michael E. Capuano) $6,422,326
 Minnesota 05 (Martin Olav Sabo / Keith Ellison) $5,455,232

Top 10 Recipients

 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON $9,596,701
 JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY $7,813,143
 EMORY UNIVERSITY $5,618,185
 HARVARD PILGRIM HEALTH CARE INC $5,219,306
 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH $4,446,865
 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL $4,154,654
 HARVARD UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH $3,536,704
 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN $3,467,927
 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEA $2,954,302
 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER $2,822,159

 

I thought our country was broke! What is this about? 

Although this is obviously conclusive, I simply don’t have time to post more today. 

My conclusion:

Supervised visitation is an outgrowth of the unresolved conflict between letting women actually leave abuse, and father’s rights to their kids as property.  PERIOD.  Rather than allow the first, the feds are funding the second, and supporting a bunch of professionals in the process.  HOW does this help the kids? 

Abuse?  Separate from it.  Period.  it’s a role model.  Don’t force the non-offending parent to be strung out in this year after year, at public expense!

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December 7, 2009 at 6:52 pm

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