TNOYS’ 40th Annual Conference is coming up June 14 – 16, with pre-conference institutes taking place on Tuesday, June 13! Join us at Hilton Houston North, 12400 Greenspoint Drive in Houston, Texas. Online conference registration is now closed, though walk up registration is available on-site.
Important Information for Attendees
- If you are registered to attend a pre-conference institute, please plan to check in between 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 13. (Separate registration is required to attend pre-conference institutes). Check-in takes place in the Donatello Prefunction on the hotel’s second floor.
- If you are not registered for a pre-conference institute, check-in for the full, 2.5 day conference opens at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 14 in the hotel’s Atrium Lobby on the first floor. Check-in is also available at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 15, and at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, June 16. Page 5 of the conference program provides more details.
Additionally, we ask that attendees review the Health and Safety statement to learn about TNOYS’ COVID-19 safety protocols throughout the event.
Download the Free Whova App
Conference attendees will use the free Whova app to check in on site, complete workshop evaluations, and more! Please download Whova to your phone prior to the event. After downloading the app, please create an account using the email address that you used to register.
Celebrating 40 Years
Since 1982, TNOYS’ Annual Conference on Services to Youth and Families has brought together thousands of attendees from across systems and around the state.
2023 marks the conference’s 40th anniversary, and we have big plans for a celebration that is better than ever. This year’s theme, Unearth Your Brilliance, will inspire participants to recognize that there is brilliance in resilience and let their skills and expertise shine.
Additionally, on Wednesday, June 14, TNOYS is hosting a special 40th anniversary Gala to celebrate our member network and the stakeholders who make our work possible. Check out the conference FAQs to learn more.
Youth Participation at Conference
TNOYS’ Annual Conference has long been a model for youth-adult partnership in action. Registration for the conference is open to both professionals and youth and young adults (YYA) who are impacted by systems, allowing them to grow their skills and join in solving community problems. Check out the conference program to learn about this year’s “youth track,” as well as multiple youth speakers and presenters.
Learn more about TNOYS’ recent Annual Conferences below: