The 31st Annual Conference was a success! We would like to thank all of our participants, sponsors, speakers, and attendees for making this year’s conference truly memorable.
Cultivating a Culture of Care
TNOYS 31st Annual Conference on Services to Youth and Families
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The annual Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) training conference offers a forum for learning and networking on subjects relevant to serving vulnerable youth, their families, and their communities. We place a special emphasis on runaway, homeless, and foster youth as well as programs and initiatives that strengthen youth and families to divert them from – or empower them within – the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. Our conference is designed to provide quality training, information, and skill building on topics of interest to: youth workers; young people; clinicians/therapists; managers, leaders and administrators; board members and other volunteers; public agency and social services personnel; youth leaders; and community advocates.
Our 2014 theme, Cultivating a Culture of Care, is related to our mission to create trauma-informed, strengths-based youth services programs and advocates in Texas and beyond.
If you are interested in presenting at the 2015 conference contact Lara O’Toole.
THANK YOU to those who joined us for our 30th anniversary of inspiring innovation, conversation, and rejuvenation!
Hundreds of youth services professionals came to this conference to make new connections, share solutions, discuss critical issues facing youth and families and the agencies serving them, and recognize our network’s progress over the past 30 years!!
Questions? Please contact Lara O’Toole