Join fellow professionals and experts for a day of presentations and workshops about preventing child abuse and working with victims.
Each year, more than 350 professionals attend nearly 20 workshops led by expert educators and presenters. The annual event also features a keynote from some of the most prominent survivors and advocates in the country.
The one-day conference is intended for school personnel, prosecutors, law enforcement, probation officers, child protective/child welfare personnel, mental health professionals, medical providers and other professionals working with children. Select workshops are eligible for Social Work CEU Credits.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn and network with your peers!
This year’s keynote speaker is Antwone Fisher, a screenwriter, poet, lecturer and best-selling author. Born to a teenage mother in an Ohio prison, Fisher suffered 12 years of abuse in his foster family. He is the writer, co-producer and subject of the Fox Searchlight Pictures film “ANTWONE FISHER.” His autobiographical book Finding Fish: A memoir is a New York Times and national
Past Keynote Speakers
Derek Clark (2018)
Survivor and author of Disable the Label, Never Limit Your Life, and the I Will Never Give Up book series
Sasha Joseph Neulinger (2017)
Survivor, filmmaker, and Founder of Voices for the Kids
PARTICIPATE IN NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH IN APRIL