Join Us in May 2022 for TNOYS’ 39th Annual Conference

TNOYS’ 39th Annual Conference on Services to Youth and Families is coming up in May with distinct virtual and in-person options. A limited virtual day takes place May 11, 2022 while the in-person event will take place May 23 – 26 at the Westin Galleria in Houston, TX.

Hurry, conference registration closes on May 15!

Preview the 50+ Workshops We Have In Store

Click the image below to view the program for the in-person conference from May 23 – 26.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Conference attendees are eligible to earn up to 14 CEU hours throughout the 2.5-day in-person conference. Attendees are eligible to earn 5-6 additional CEU hours for participating in pre-conference institutes, and another 5+ CEU hours for participating in the virtual conference day. TNOYS is 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). The conference is approved for CEUs for Juvenile Probation Officers (JPO), Juvenile Supervision Officers (JSO), and Community Activity Officers (CAO); as well as for the following substance abuse professional licenses: LCDCs, Associate Prevention Specialists (APS), Certified Prevention Specialists (CPS), and Peer Mentor/Peer Recovery Designation (PM/PRC). The majority of sessions are approved for Licensed Child Care Administrator (LCCA) and Licensed Child Placing Agency Administrator (LCPAA) licenses.

About TNOYS’ Annual Conference

Now in its 39th 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 housing and homelessness services, child welfare, education, juvenile justice, health and behavioral health, and survivor services.

Guided by the conference theme, Rise to Your Potential, this year’s event will inspire our professional and youth attendees to challenge perceptions, bring their skills to new heights, and build the future of youth and family services in Texas.

We’re thrilled to welcome a dynamic lineup of keynote speakers who will inspire attendees to rise to their potential. Click here to learn about our keynote speakers: New York Times bestselling author Clint Smith, writer and activist Marlon Peterson, Grammy-nominated musician Saul Paul, and activist Malika Whitley.

COVID-19 Precautions

The health and safety of all participants are top priority for the TNOYS team. TNOYS is adopting preventative measures to protect against COVID-19, and we will follow all applicable health and safety recommendations. Click here to read TNOYS’ health and safety protocols, as well as the waiver that attendees will be asked to complete.

All conference attendees are expected to comply with applicable requirements imposed by federal, state, or local health authorities. Additional details and guidance will be shared on our website and with registrants as the conference date gets closer. You can find the Westin Galleria’s most up to date COVID-19 policies and precautions on their website here.


Learn more about registration, the venue, our virtual option, and more on the Conference FAQs page. If you have additional questions, please email