TRIBAL SUMMIT ON CHILD VICTIMIZATION
September 18-19, 2012
This conference will focus on the investigation and prosecution of child maltreatment as well as on-line and off-line safety issues for tribal children and their communities. It will increase the skills and knowledge of interdisciplinary tribal professionals who respond to child victimization, and adults interested in preventing abuse against children. Take part in this inter-active conference that will provide updated strategies and skills to take back to your community.
UTICA COLLEGE, UTICA, NY
HOLIDAY INN, UTICA, NY. A LIMITED NUMBER OF ROOMS ARE RESERVED FOR THE GOVERNMENT RATE OF $77.00. SPECIAL CONFERENCE RATE: $99.00
NATIVE AMERICAN CHILDREN'S ALLIANCE
NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN
NORTHEAST REGIONAL CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER
PRE-REGISTRATION: $50.00. ON-SITE REGISTRATION: $75.00.
(DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 11TH)
LIMITED SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE CONFERENCE FEE. PARTICIPANTS MUST REGISTER FIRST AND THEN CONTACT LINDA LOGAN- 216-373-6862 BY SEPTEMBER 11TH
REGISTRATION REQUIRED: GO TO: www.nativechildalliance.org
QUESTIONS: CONTACT LINDA LOGAN
♦ Multidisciplinary teams: Why they work and Are important in Indian Country
♦ Drug Endangered Children
♦ Technology Facilitated Crimes Against Children
♦ Internet and On-line Safety Tools.
♦ RESILIENCY (For Professionals, learn to reduce vicarious trauma)
♦ Medical Issues: how to identify physical and sexual abuse
PRESENTERS: Geri Wisner-Foley, JD
Ed Suk, MSW, Missing and Exploited Children, New York State Chapter
Maria Gallagher, MSW, Northeast Regional Child Advocacy Center
Jack Coyne, MD