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Center for Health and Safety Culture on the road.

Jay Otto and Annmarie McMahillJay Otto and Annmarie McMahill from the Center for Health and Safety Culture spent two days with the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) at their headquarters in Reno, NV.  NCJFCJ assists juvenile and family court judges and system professionals as they seek to address child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, family law, juvenile justice, mental health, model courts, research, substance abuse, technical assistance, and tribal resources.  Otto and McMahill spent time with staff and management discussing the Positive Culture Framework and how the Center’s research on culture and culture’s impact on behavior could improve health and safety within the Council’s work.