Save the date for TNOYS’ 38th Annual Conference on Services to Youth and Families, taking place June 8 – 11, 2021! This year’s conference is once again being held virtually through the event platform Whova.
Guided by the theme Rooted In Power, the conference will inspire attendees to dig into the unique skills and experiences that can help them grow their impact on youth and family services. Stay tuned for announcements on the conference format and lineup.
Conference registration is now open! Register by April 30 to secure the early bird rate. Check out the program preview here.
About TNOYS’ Annual Conference
The annual conference program preview is now live! Take a look here.
Now in its 38th year, TNOYS’ Annual Conference on Services to Youth and Families brings together attendees from across systems and around the state to network, have fun, and build concrete skills to better serve our state’s youth, young adults, and families.
The conference provides a valuable learning experience for youth and the professionals who work with them across a variety of systems, including child welfare, education, juvenile justice, health and behavioral health, housing and homelessness services, and victim and survivor services. Guided by our conference theme, Rooted in Power, this year’s event will provide training and inspiration to help professionals and young people discover how they can make a difference for the future of Texas’ youth.
This year, we will once again welcome a mix of professional and youth attendees. Learn more about youth engagement at the conference here.
Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Throughout the Event
TNOYS provides continuing education credit hours for professionals. Conference attendees are eligible to earn up to 12.5 CEU hours throughout the two-day virtual conference. Attendees are eligible to earn 4-6 additional CEU hours for participating in pre-conference institutes.
We are an approved CEU provider for Licensed Social Workers (LSW), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT), and Continuing Professional Education Providers (CPE). Our credit hours are typically approved for Licensed Child Care Administrators (LCCA), Licensed Child Placing Agency Administrators (LCPAA), Juvenile Probation Officers (JPO), Juvenile Supervision Officers (JSO), and Community Activities Officers (CAO). This conference is also typically approved for CEUs for the following substance abuse professional licenses: LCDCs, Associate Prevention Specialists (APS), Certified Prevention Specialists (CPS), and Peer Mentor/Peer Recovery Designation (PM/PRC) through our partnership with Connections Individual and Family Services.
Learn More About TNOYS’ Annual Conferences
For information on TNOYS’ recent Annual Conferences, check out the links below: