Ruth Brandwein Collection
Ruth A. Brandwein, Ph.D., M.S.W., is a former professor and past Dean of the School of Social Welfare at Stony Brook University. She began her career as a community organizer in Seattle, has taught at Boston University, was Director of the School of Social Work at the University of Iowa, and held a Distinguished Chair at the University of Utah School of Social Work. She also served four years as Commissioner of Social Services for Suffolk County, was President of the New York State Chapter of NASW and a member of the National Advisory Council on Violence Against Women. Dr. Brandwein has published extensively on women and welfare; family violence; women in administration; organizational and social change; single-parent families; feminist frameworks; history of U.S. social policy; and international social welfare.
Formats: paper, VHS, and audiocassettes.
Date range: 1980s to 2000s.
Size of collection: 10 cubic ft.
Organization: original order.
Collection processed by Danielle Driscoll, student assistant, October 2010.
Website by Kristen J. Nyitray, Head, Special Collections and University Archives, October 2010.
Scope and Content Note
Bibliography of Scholarship
Access and Copyright
The collection was formally donated to Stony Brook University in a series of accessions by Dr. Ruth Brandwein between 2009 and 2010.
Scope and Content Note
The Ruth Brandwein Collection consists of approximately 10 cubic feet of correspondence, subjects files, meeting minutes, and curricular materials petaining to national and regional social welfare policies. Restricted content is noted with asterisks(*).
Bibliography of Scholarship
Battered Women, Children and Welfare Reform: The Ties That Bind, (Editor) ( 1999) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publ.
"Community Involvement," Perspective. 13:3 (Winter 1969), pp. 29-33.
"System Dilemmas of A Community Health and Welfare Council." Social Service Review, 47:1 (March 1973), pp. 68-80 (with Baker and Broskowski).
"Women and Children Last: The Social Situation of Divorced Mothers and Their Families," Journal of Marriage and the Family. (August 1974), pp. 498-514 (with Brown and Fox). Reprinted in shortened form in Nursing Digest, IV:1 (Jan. - Feb. 1976), pp. 39-43.
"After Divorce: Focus on Single Parent Families," The Urban and Social Change Review, 10:1 (Winter 1977), pp. 21-25
"A New Course Model for Content on Women's Issues in Social Work Education," Journal of Education for Social Work, 14:3 (Fall 1978), pp. 20-26 (with Wheelock).
"Children, Parents and Society--Partners or Adversaries, Journal of Social Development Issues, 5:1 (Spring 1981), pp. 27-32.
"Toward the Feminization of Community and Organizational Practice," Journal of Social Development Issues, Special Double Issue, 5:2-3 (Summer/Fall 1981), pp. 180-193.
"Where are the Women--and Why: An Analysis of Women Administrators in Jewish Communal Service," Journal of Jewish Communal Service, 60-3 (Spring 1984), pp.204-213.
"Women's Reality: Making Welfare Work and Making Work Pay," Social Justice, 21:1 (1994)
"Toward Real Welfare Reform: The Voices of Battered Women" Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work. 15: 2 (Summer, 2000) pp. 224-243 (with D. Filiano)
"Katherine Kendall: A Social Work Institution" Women Creating Change feature in Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work 20:1 (Spring, 2005) pp.103-110.
"Social Work Feminisms in Historical Overview" (S. Kemp, co-author) accepted for publication by Affilia special issue on Feminisms in Social Work
"Women and Children Last" in N. Glazer and H. Y. Waehrer, Woman in a Man-Made World: A Socioeconomic Reader, (2nd edition), Rand McNally, Chicago, 1976 (Reprint of journal article with Brown and Fox).
"Women and Children Last" in T. Comiskey and S. Cohen, Child Development: A Study of Growth Processes, (2nd edition), Itaska, Illinois: Peacock Publications, 1977. (Reprint of journal article with Brown and Fox).
"Toward Androgyny in Community Organizational Practice," in Women, Power and Change ed. by A. Weick and S. Vandiver, N.Y.: National Association of Social Workers, 1982.
"Foreword" to Gandhi, Women and Social Development by S. Sharma, Hong Kong: Asian Research Service, Asian Studies Series, 1982.
"Women and Children Last," reprint of 1974 article in Human Behavior ed. Mary Hall, Boston: Ginn Custom Publ., 1982 (with Brown and Fox)
"The Divorced Woman: Processes of Change," Marriage and Divorce: A Contemporary Perspective ed. by C. Nadelson and D. Polansky, N.Y., the Guilford Press, 1983 (with Fox).
"Foreword" and "Afterword" to Social Planning: A Developmental Perspective ed. by R. Mayer, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1985.
"Feminist Thought-Structure: An Alternative Paradigm of Social Change for Social Justice," in Towards Social and Economic Justice ed, by D. Gil and E. Gil, Cambridge, MA: Schenkman, 1985, pp. 169-182.
"A Feminist Approach to Social Policy." in Feminist Visions for Social Work Education and Practice ed. by N. Van Den Burgh and L. Cooper, N.Y.: National Association of Social Workers, 1985.
"Women in Macropractice," Encyclopedia of Social Work 18th Ed. N.Y.: National Association of Social Workers, 1986.
"Women and Community Organization," in Social Work Curriculum for Practice with Women Clients, ed. by D. Burden and N. Gottlieb, N.Y. and London: Methuen/Tavistock, 1986.
"A New Family Policy for America: Real Welfare Reform," in Reclaiming America ed. by Raskin and Hartman, Boston: South End Press, 1988.
"Social Benefits," in Health Care of Mothers and Children in Developing Countries ed. Wallace, Oakland: Third Party Publishing Co. 1989.
"Women's Issues, Women's Studies and Feminism" in Exploring Feminist Visions: Case Studies on Social Justice Issues ed. F. M. Yasas and V. Mehta, Pune, India: Streevani and International Association of Schools of Social Work, 1990.
"Feminism in U.S. Social Work Education: A Self Study" in Exploring Feminist Visions: Case Studies on Social Justice Issues ed. F. M. Yasas and V. Mehta, Pune, India: Streevani and International Association of Schools of Social Work, 1990.
"Women's Reality: Making Welfare Work and Making Work Pay" in Women and Welfare Reform: Women's Poverty, Women's Opportunities, and Women's Welfare ed. Mink, Washington, DC: Institute of Women's Policy Research. 1994.
"Women and Social Policy" Encyclopedia of Social Work, 19th Edition, Washington, DC: NASW, 1995.
"Lessons from the Field: From the University to Public Social Services and Back," in Expanding Partnerships for Vulnerable Children, Youth and Families, ed. K. Hooper-Briar and H. Lawson, Alexandria, VA: CSWE, 1996.
"Family Violence, Women and Welfare," Battered Women, Children and Welfare Reform: The Ties That Bind, ed. by R. Brandwein, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1999
"Family Violence and Welfare Use: Report From the Field," in Brandwein, Battered Women, Children and Welfare Reform, Sage, 1999.
"Connections Between Child Abuse and Welfare: One State's Story, in Brandwein, Battered Women, Children and Welfare Reform, Sage, 1999
"Family Violence and Social Policy: Welfare Reform and Beyond," in Brandwein, Battered Women, Children and Welfare Reform, Sage, 1999
"Economic Violence Against Women," in Readings in the Psychology of Women, C. Forden, A. Hunter & B. Birns (Eds.), Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon, 1999, pp. 308-316.
"Family Violence and Child Poverty: What are the Links?" in Child Poverty in America Today (4 vol.), B. Arrighi & D. Maume (Eds.) NY: Praeger, 2007, v.1, pp. 17-28
"Alzheimer's: Living through the Fog,: in The Healing Project, ed. by A. Shore, Brooklyn, NY: LaChance Publishing (2007).
"Women: Overview" (2008) Encyclopedia of Social Work, 20th Ed. Washington, DC: NASW Press
Men and Women of the Corporation by Rosabeth Kantor, Journal of Social Development Issues, 2:3 (Winter 1978), pp. 92-94.
Child Support and Public Policy by Judith Cassetty, Social Work, 25:2 (March 1980), pp. 160-161.
Women's Issues and Social Work Practice ed. by Elaine Norman and Arlene Mancuso, Social Work, 26:5 (Sept. 1981), p.442.
Women and Children Last by Ruth Sidel, Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 2:3 (Fall 1987).
Deborah, Golda and Me by Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 8:3 (Fall 1993) 461-463
Women and Social Change: Non Profits and Social Policy ed by Felice Perlmutter, Social Work, 41:2 (March 1996) pp. 237-238
America Unequal by Sheldon Danziger and Peter Gottschalk, Social Work, 41:6 (November, 1996) pp.680-81.
Memoirs of a Revolution, by Susan Brownmiller, Affilia 16:2 (Summer, 2001)
Eleanor Roosevelt Vol. 2, by Blanche Wiesen Cook, Affilia 17:1 (Spring 2002) 112-115
Feminists Who Changed America, ed. by Barbara Love, Affilia 22:2 (Summer, 2007) 229
The Selected Letters of Florence Kelley, 1869-1931 ed. By Kathryn Kish Sklar & Beverly Wilson Palmer, accepted for publication by Affilia
Contributor to Race and Violence in Washington State. Report of the Commissioner on the Causes and Prevention of Civil Disorder, presented to the Urban Affairs Council and Governor Daniel Evans, February 1969.
Ruth Brandwein, Status Report: Placement of Community Organization Students in Community Councils. Prepared for University of Washington School of Social Work and Seattle-King County Association of Community Councils, August 1970.
Ruth Brandwein, "Constants and Variables of Social Service Delivery at the Local Level" in A Study and Evaluation of Three Neighborhood Service Centers, Final Report, by Shimon Gottschalk, Worcester, Massachusetts: Model Cities Project, April 1971.
Ruth Brandwein, Evaluation of Community Organization Placement in Community Councils, 1970-1971. Prepared for University of Washington Community Councils Project, August 1971.
Jacqueline Ballou, Ruth Brandwein, et. al., Who Rules Massachusetts Women, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Women's Research Center of Boston, August 1972.
Ruth Brandwein, Mary Beth Herzberg and Marie McDonald, Women and Administration; An Annotated Bibliography, N.Y.: Council on Social Work Education, 1981.
Ruth Brandwein, et.al., Women, Families and Poverty: An Alternative Policy Agenda for the Nineties, Washington, D.C.: Institute for Policy Studies, 1987.
Ruth Brandwein, Family Violence and Welfare Reform: What Are the Links? Recommendations from the National Invitational Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah: University of Utah Graduate School of Social Work, May, 1996.
R. Brandwein, J. Lynch, R. Rudulescu & R. Seymour, How Well ls Welfare in Suffolk County? A Study of Current and Former Welfare Recipients, Welfare-to-Work Subcommittee, Suffolk County Department of Social Services Commissioner's Advisory Council, May, 2000.
R. Brandwein, editor, Social Work and Social Justice, Proceedings of Commons Day, SUNY Stony Brook School of Social Welfare, April 3, 2003.
"The Crisis in Homelessness: Effects on Children and Families," Testimony published in US House of Representatives Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families, Effects of Homelessness on Families and Children, March 1987.
Testimony submitted to the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations Hearings on Low Income Assistance Programs for the White House Domestic Policy Council, September 1986.
Testimony published in U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Human Resources, Programs and Services Designed to Prevent Unnecessary Foster Care Placement, 101st Congress First Session, June 5, 1989. Serial 101-13.
Testimony Published in U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Human Resources, State of the Nation's Child Welfare System, 102nd Congress First Session, March 19, 1991. Serial 102-4.
Testimony presented on behalf of National Association of Counties on Proposed Federal Child Care Regulation before U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Human Resources, September 26, 1992, Washington, DC.
"Comments on TANF Reauthorization," Testimony presented on behalf of Women's Committee of 100, submitted to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Family Assistance, October, 2001
Testimony presented at TANF Reauthorization Regional Listening Session, on behalf of Kehillath Shalom Congregation. Social Action Committee at U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Regional Office, New York City, November 13, 2001.
Welfare Reform '95 co-edited with E. Kittay. State University of New York at Stony Brook: February, 1995.
Welfare is a Women's Issue: Welfare Teach-In Packet, co-edited with Kim Christensen and Eva Kittay. Washington, D.C.: Women's Committee of 100, Spring, 1996. Basix Solutions Custom Publishing. Revised edition, Fall, 1996.
Parameters of Social Policy, State University of New York at Stony Brook: Basix Solutions Custom Publishing, Fall, 1996 revised, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002
Family Violence, State University of New York at Stony Brook: Basix Solutions Custom Publishing, Fall, 1995, revised Fall, 1996.
Multi-Ethnic Practice With Women, University of Washington, Winter Quarter, 2001
Social Work Practice: Community Organization, University of Washington, Spring Quarter, 2001
Theses and Dissertations
Ruth Brandwein, Barbara Caley, et. al., Toward a Typology of Social Action. Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for degree of Master of Social Work, University of Washington School of Social Work, Seattle, Washington, 1970.
Ruth Brandwein, Planning and Poverty: A Study of Voluntary Planning Councils, 1946-1971. Waltham, Massachusetts: Brandeis University. Substantive paper submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for Ph.D., Brandeis University, Florence Heller Graduate School, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1973.
Ruth Brandwein, A Working Framework for Approaching Organizational Change: The Community Chest-Council System form 1946 to 1971. Dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for Ph.D., Brandeis University, Florence Heller Graduate School, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1977.
Newspaper and Newsletter Articles
"Special Curriculum on Women A Must for Schools of Social Work," in Womanpower, Nov. 1981, pp. 5-6.
"Report from Nairobi: The United Nations Decade for Women," Intered. Fall 1985.
"Decade for Women U. N. Conference," North Shore Women's Newspaper, January 1986, p.1.
"Pitfalls in a Cash-Only Proposal to Aid the Poor," New York Times Letters to the Editor, Sunday, September 2, 1986.
"Poverty and Welfare Reform: Two Approaches," IPS Features, press release, October 1986.
"Time Widens Male-Female Earnings Disparity," New York Times Letters to the Editor, Sunday, September 27, 1987.
"Battering Women With Statistics on Violence," Newsday, Viewpoints, June 1989.
"Commissioner's Corner," monthly article in Reporter, publication of Suffolk County Department of Social Services, 1989-92.
"Freedom From Welfare: The Best Hope Yet," New York Times, guest column, Sunday, April 29, 1990.
Eleven guest editorials in Newsday on welfare and child welfare issues, from 1991—1995 (Titles and dates available upon request)
"New York Child Welfare Threatens More Tragedies" New York Times Letter to the Editor, December 22, 1995.
"Cut in Aid Perils Curbing of Abuse," Newsday, Viewpoints, January 8, 1997.
"Welfare: More Humane Isn't Enough," Newsday, Viewpoints, April 14, 1997.
"Families: Beware the Gulotta 'Reforms'" Newsday, Viewpoints, October 26, 1999
"It's Getting Worse for Poor Families" Newsday, Viewpoints, October 1, 2003
Selected Papers and Professional Presentations: National and International (from 1985 only)
U.N. Decade of women NGO Conference, participant, Nairobi, Kenya, 1985
"Women and Social Work" all-day educational institute at International Association of Schools of Social Work conference, Vienna, 1986
"Women's Health" panel moderator, International Conference of Social Welfare, Berlin, 1986
Invited participant at national working seminar on welfare reform, sponsored by National Association of Social Workers, March 1987.
"Social Policy for Children and Families: An Agenda for the Future," Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD, April 1987.
"Women, Work and Welfare," Keynote Address, Third National Symposium on Doctoral Research and Social Work Practice, Ohio University College of Social Work, April 1987.
"Prospects for an Activist Future: An Educator's Perspective," National Association of Social Work Regional Conference - "Maintaining our Activist Tradition," Boston, MA, May 1987.
"Welfare Reform: An Alternative Agenda," Law and Society Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, June 1987.
"Feminism in US Social Work Education: A Personal Case Study," presented at Feminist Visions in Social Work Education Conference, sponsored by International Association of Schools of Social work and Streevani, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Bombay, India, October 1987.
"Welfare Reform and Social Work Education," Invitational Plenary Session Presentation, Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, March 1988.
"Feminist Social Work Education: An International Perspective," Invitational Plenary Session Presentation, Council on Social Work Education Annual Meeting, Chicago, March 1989.
"Coalition Building: A Vital Tool for Social Change," Invitational Paper, National Association of Social Work Annual Conference, San Francisco, October 1989.
"All In The Family: An Exploratory Study of the Causes and Practice Implications of Elder Abuse," Invitational Paper, National Association of Social Work Annual Conference, San Francisco, October 1989.
"Implementing Welfare Reform: From Policy to Practice--Promise and Problems," Invitational Panel, National Association of Social Work Annual Conference, Boston, November 1990.
Invited participant at working seminar on child welfare and homelessness, sponsored by Child Welfare League of America, December 7, 1990.
"Organization and Structure of Social Services in the US," Invited presenter at 2nd Annual Conference of Soviet National Academy of Social Work and Social Pedagogy, Artek, Ukraine, August 1991.
"Issues of Gender and Race in Public Welfare," Annual Conference Association for Women in Social Work, Philadelphia, April 1992.
"Mobilizing Systems to Support Families," Keynote presenter, Rockefeller Institute, Albany, NY, 1993.
"Women, Social Work Education and Management: A View from Three Bridges," Invitational Presentation, Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, New York City, February 28, 1993.
"Alleviating Poverty in Asia," Moderator and Panel Presenter, Social Development: 46th Annual UN Governmental Organization Conference, United Nations Headquarters, New York City, NY September 9, 1993.
"Women's Reality, Making Welfare Work and Making Work Pay," Invitational Paper, Conference on Women and Welfare Reform, Co-Sponsored by Congressional Women's Caucus and Institute for Women's Policy Research, Washington, DC, October 23, 1993;
"Adapting a Feminist Management Style to a Traditional Agency, "New Directions for Women: Innovations in State and Local Government, Fourth Women's Policy research Conference, Washington, DC, June 3rd and 4th, 1994.
"Taming the Bureaucratic Beast: Obstacles in Introducing Job Training Sensitive to Women." New Directions for Women: Innovations in State and Local Government, Fourth Women's Policy Research Conference, Washington, DC, June 3rd and 4th, 1994.
"The Politics of Welfare Reform," Master Class presenter. National Association of Social Workers Annual Conference, Nashville, Tenn., October 19-22, 1994.
`"Family Violence." Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Latter Day Saints Women's Relief Society, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, May 3, 1996.
"Family Violence and Welfare Reform--What Are the Links?" Panel presenter, National Association of Social Workers, Utah Chapter, Salt Lake City, May 3, 1996.
"Family Violence and Welfare Reform: What Are the Links?" A National Invitational Symposium, Conference convener and speaker, University Utah, Salt Lake City, May 17-18, 1996
"Family Violence and Welfare Reform: What Are the Links?" Half Day Session. National Association of Social Workers Annual Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, November 13-16, 1996.
"Navigating Change: Understanding the Links Between Welfare Reform and Family Violence." presented at Council of Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Chicago, March 6-9, 1997.
"Family Violence and Welfare Reform: The Utah Experience and National Implications," Spafford Lecture, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, May 5, 1997.
"Family Violence and the Use of Welfare," Grand Rounds, Social Work Department Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York City, May 14, 1997.
"The Use of Public Welfare by Family Violence Victims: Implications of New Federal Welfare Reform," Paper presented at International Family Violence Research Conference, The New England Center, Durham, New Hampshire, June 30, 1997.
"The Changing World of Social Work Practice" Point/Counterpoint" Response to James Payne, Heritage Foundation, National Association of Social Work NYS Chapter Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, October 16, 1997
Presenter, "Meet the Authors," and Chair, Social Welfare Policy and Policy Practice Symposium: Welfare 1999
"Voices of the Women: Report of Focus Groups with Abused Women Who Have Experienced the Welfare System" Presented at Trapped by Poverty/Trapped by Abuse Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 16-18, 1999
"Social Work in the 21st Century." Faculty and Student Colloquium, University of Utah Graduate School of Social Work, Salt Lake City, UT, December 2, 1999
"Voices of the Women: Battered Women and Welfare Reform" presented at Council of Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, New York City, February 26-29, 2000
"Update on Violence Against Women and Current Social Work Response: Trends and Research," National Social Workers' Summit on Violence Against Women, Department of Health And Human Services, Washington, DC, April 7, 2000, also on planning committee for the Summit.
"Double Jeopardy: Domestic Violence and Child Witnessing, Presented at People of Color International Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, December 3-6, 2000.
Panel Responder, "Trapped by Poverty/Trapped by Abuse" biennial conference University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, November 2001.
Special Presentation, "Welfare Reform Round Two: TANF Reauthorization. Poverty and Social Justice" Council of Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Nashville, TN February 24-27, 2002.
Plenary Session Panelist, "Basic Income Guarantees Through a Gender Lens," First Annual BIG Conference, City University of NY Graduate Center, March 8-9, 2002.
Invited Participant, "Violence Against Women: Communities on the Fringe," sponsored by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC, March 25, 2002
Organizer, Chair and Presenter, Faculty Development Institute, "Incorporating Political Social Work and Policy Advocacy in the BSW and MSW Practicum Experience," Council on Social Work Education, Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, February 27, 2003
Plenary Presenter, "Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk: Social Justice and Social Work," Commons Day, State University of NY, Stony Brook, April 3, 2003
Panel Organizer and Presenter, "Social Policy and Social Work Education in Cuba, " Council of Social Work Education, Annual Program Meeting, NYC, February 28, 2005
Organizer and Wrap-Up Speaker, Legislative Education and Action Day, Stony Brook, NY, February 10, 2006
Introductory and Wrap-Up speaker, Legislative Education and Action Day, Stony Brook, NY F ebruary 23, 2007
Panelist: "International Social Work," Immigration and Social Justice: Conference on the Diversity and Strengths of the Latino Family, National Association of Puerto Rican and Hispanic Social Workers, Wang Center, Stony Brook, NY, June 8, 2007
Presentation: "Poverty Alleviation in the U.S." Training for officials from Chinese State council office of Poverty Alleviation and Development, Stony Brook University Wang Center, February 1, 2010,
In addition, over 30 papers and panel presentations given at national, international, regional and state professional association meetings prior to 1986, including:
American Psychiatric Association
American Public Welfare Association Central Region
Council on Social Work Education
Eastern Psychological Association
Massachusetts Sociological Association
National Association of Social Workers Professional Symposium
National Association of Social Workers Conference on Women's Issues
National Conference on the Changing Family
National Conference of Jewish Communal Services
National Council of Family Relations
Society for General Systems Research Northeast Division
Society for the Study of Social Problems
The entire collection is open and accessible to researchers. Please contact Special Collections for all inquiries regarding this archive. When citing this collection, please credit the Ruth Brandwein Collection, Special Collections, Stony Brook University Archives.
Brandwein, Ruth: board appointments and speaking engagements
Brandwein, Ruth: curriculum vitae
Brandwein, Ruth: honors (2f)
Child abuse: articles
Children’s Defense Fund
Child Support Enforcement Bureau
Civil Service Division Administration
Conferences and training (2f)
CPS (Child Protective Services): hearings
CPS (Child Protective Services): statistics
DCAP (Disabled Client Assistance Program)
Division of Social Services
Division of Social Services: active caseload (2f)*
Division of Social Services: center closing
Division of Social Services: congratulation letters
Division of Social Services: correspondence*
Division of Social Services: gateway initiative
Division of Social Services: general information (for legislators)
Division of Social Services: JOBS (1990) (4f)
Division of Social Services: JOBS (1991) (7f)
Division of Social Services: JOBS (1991)
Division of Social Services: JOBS, CAP merge (1991)
Division of Social Services: JOBS/CAP (1992) (2f)
Division of Social Services: JOBS, statistics (1992)
Division of Social Services: JOBS, general (1992) (3f)
Division of Social Services: JOBS (1993)
Division of Social Services: JOBS: Local Law 1834
Division of Social Services: JOBS: transitional services
Division of Social Services: letters of acknowledgement
Division of Social Services: Mary Hibberd*
Division of Social Services: mission statement
Division of Social Services: miscellaneous
Division of Social Services: overview
Division of Social Services: personal correspondence*
Division of Social Services: reporter newsletter (2f)
Division of Social Services: think tank (1989)
Division of Social Services: Workforce Committee Suffolk County
Economic indicators (2f)
Elder Abuse (3f)
Interagency Committee on Children's Issues
Legal Advocacy Services
Legal documents (2f)*
Long Island Fund for Women and Girls
Long Island Housing Services
Long Island Women's Coalition
Medical investigation in child sexual abuse
Mental Health Services Council
Miscellaneous facts and figures
Nassau/Suffolk Housing Law Suit (1988) (5f)*
National Association of Social Workers (2f)
New York Civil Liberties Union (2f)
Private Industry Council of Suffolk County
Public assistance programs
Re-organization plans (3f)
Social Services: declassification
South Oaks Advisory Board
Staff abolishment (2f)*
Study: High Risk Factors Associated with Child Maltreatment Fatalities
Suffolk County Council
Suffolk County: monthly report
Suffolk County Task Force on Family Violence
Suffolk Eligibility Requirements: client handbook
Suffolk Equitable Housing Study, Division of Social Services, 1991
Syllabi (Stony Brook University) (2f)
Task Force on Family Violence (TFFV) (2f)
Task Force on Family Violence (TFFV): correspondence
Task Force on Family Violence (TFFV): meetings (6f)
Understanding Family Offense Proceedings: workshop (1993)
United Way Community/Government Relations Committee (2f)
United Way Constituent Relations Committee
Welfare Reform Retreat, 1990 (2f)
Workers’ Rights Board
Family Violence: courses and correspondence
Grandparents Conference (2f)
Courses 310, 580, 612 (2f)
Pres. T.F. on Public Service
Concern on Suburban Families
HWC 340/540 Social Issues in Popular Culture
Planning for a sustainable Long Island
Stony Brook: School of Social Work, spring 1996
Long Island Career Center
Drug Court: Judge Nicolette Pach (2f)*
Students Against Violence
Preventive Student Unit, 1995
UUP Development Grant
Diversity conference, 1998
Welfare reform and domestic violence
NYS Press Association
Welfare Reform and Family Violence: policy implications
Symposium DV 7 Welfare reform, 1997
Diversity Conference, 1998
Social Justice and social work
Feminism education: International Perspective, 1989
Speaking engagements (2f)
Department of Social Services
Encyclopedia of SW article
Social Justice Center: papers
Equitable Housing Study
Welfare Reform: papers (2f)
Battered Women, Children, and Welfare Reform Review
SB SSW Student HSG Unit
Proposal for SW Corps at SBU
Proposed NYS Constitutional Amendment
Articles: W.R. and presentation
Newsday Op. Ed.
Article Idea: Participatory Research W2 Work Community (university internship)
Correspondence, re: publications and reviews (3f)
SJC: fundraising (2f)
Voter registration, 2004
Brown Bag, 2006-2007
Commons Day (4f)
Commons Day (2f)
Nassau-Suffolk Law Services Housing Case, DEC, 1999
Suffolk County DSS immigration
NYS: End of Life Core Comm.
Silberman Fund: application*
Welfare reform (8f)
Oaks Lounge: correspondence
Commons Day (4f)
Women and child abuse (2f)
Masters Project: Judith Grodinsky*
Masters Project: Phyllis Mire*
Masters Projects: Lynch, Seymour*
Social Justice Center
LEAD 2004 speakers and panel
LEAD 2004 registrants
LEAD 2004 program
LEAD 2004 policies
LEAD 2004 planning committee
LEAD 2005 menu
LEAD 2004 budget
LEAD 2005 speaker
LEAD 2005 registrants
LEAD 2005 program
LEAD 2005 policies
LEAD 2005 planning committee
LEAD 2005 flyers
LEAD 2005 facilities
LEAD 2005 budget
LEAD 2005 advocacy
LEAD 2007 budget
LEAD 2007 flyers, advertisements
LEAD 2007 planning committee
LEAD 2007 policies
LEAD 2007 sign in sheet
LEAD 2007 speakers
LEAD 2007 program
LEAD 2007 menus
LEAD 2006 speakers
LEAD 2006 programs
LEAD 2006 policies
LEAD 2006 planning committee
LEAD 2006 flyers
LEAD 2006 facilities
LEAD 2006 budget
LEAD 2008 speakers
LEAD 2008 policies
LEAD 2008 planning committee
LEAD 2008 program
LEAD 2008 flyers
LEAD 2008 handouts
LEAD 2008 budget
Welfare Teach-in, 1997
Social Work and Social Justice, 2003
Family Violence and Welfare Reform, 1996
Violence Task Force Women’s Rights
Welfare: master’s project
Welfare Work: surveys (3f)*
Suffolk County: Welfare to Work interview training
Welfare to Work: surveys (6f)*
Health Sciences Center, Stony Brook University
Miscellaneous correspondence (2f)
ICSW Feminist Colloquium, 1988
Stony Brook Women’s Leadership Conference
Task Force on Family Violence, Suffolk County
TFFV Research Committee: minutes, agendas, and proposals
FV Research Committee: reports SCTFDV
Child Sex Abuse: report
SSW to DSS Commissioner, 1989
Stony Brook Child Care Services, 1985-1986
Stony Brook Child Care Services
Correspondence, SSW 1988-1989
SSW environment issues: temporary move to Dutchess Hall, 1988
NASW Welfare Reform: correspondence, 1988-1989
National Advisory Council on Violence Against Women
Family Violence: correspondence
Family Violence: contacts
Suffolk County Task Force on Family Violence and Elder Abuse: correspondence
Social Justice Center (2f)
Social Justice Center
SJC Minutes 2006
NASW: special projects
NASW: legislative advocacy agenda
Social Justice Center
Social Justice Center
Faculty Social Justice: surveys
Social Justice Center: advisory board
SJC State Legislature, 2004
Candidate surveys, 2003 (2f)
Assembly, New York State Senate
Candidate questionnaire 2006 (2f)
SJC minutes, agendas, Etc.
Social Justice Center
Ruth Brandwein appearance on “A Current Affair”
Cocaine Addicted Babies Born on L.I. Produced by Barbara Paskcoff
Division of Social Services: Family Violence
Hot Topics: Child Abuse (Chapter 1-52), 1993 (Katie Beers)
Hot Topics: Welfare Reform (Chapter 1-52), 1993
McLaughlin, episode on welfare: 24 January 1992 (CNBC)
School of Social Welfare (20 November 1996): Guest Speaker: Dr. Ruth Brandwein
Family Violence and Welfare: What are the Links?
Television Coverage of Suffolk Division of Social Services Topics
Unidentified television program, (12 Decembr 1989)