TNOYS 30th Annual Conference
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August 13-16, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza-Riverwalk
in San Antonio, TX
Join us for our 30th year of inspiring innovation, conversation, and rejuvenation!
The annual Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) training conference offers a forum for learning and networking on subjects relevant to serving youth in at risk situations, 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; and community advocates.
Come to this conference to make new connections, share successful solutions to local problems, discuss critical issues facing youth and families and the agencies serving them, and recognize our network’s progress over the past 30 years!!
The presenter workshop proposal deadline has passed, but we have just a few open slots for especially dynamic workshops. TNOYS is always interested in highlighting innovative practices and projects, especially successful initiatives that solve local problems. We appreciate presentations on evidence-based practices, and go beyond those as well to feature promising approaches and effective, strengths-based solutions from the front lines. Our online application provides more detail on conference priorities.
For more information, please contact Lara O’Toole at LOtoole@tnoys.org