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Strengthening Families Conference
Saturday, May 16, 2015
9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Long Beach City College – Bldg. E
4901 Carson St., Long Beach, CA 90808
Keynote Speakers: Dr. Sandra Murray, Medical Director
Child Abuse and Protection Team, Long Beach Miller Children’s Hospital
Dr. Elisa Nicholas, CEO
The Children’s Clinic
* Identifying child abuse and neglect and its impact
* Trauma-Informed Care: Effective interventions in the prevention and treatment of
toxic stress and trauma
* Building the social and emotional competence of children
* Enhancing father engagement
* Preventing child maltreatment
* SBCC Prevention and Aftercare SPA Wide Child Abuse Initiative
*Cost is free *Coffee/Pastries/Lunch by Corner Bakery Café provided *CECs available
This flyer will serve as the LBCC Parking Permit; please display on your dashboard.
Who Should Attend: Helping professionals, parents, caregivers, relative caregivers, foster
parents, medical professionals, teachers, childcare providers, law enforcement, clergy.
Register by Monday, May 11th, 2015 via:
Phone: (714) 517-1900 ext. 217
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The City of long Beach Department of Health & Human Services (aka Long Beach Health Department) is hosting an all- day conference on April 9, 2015 Thursday at the Long Beach Marriott on 4700 Airport Plaza Drive Long Beach CA 90815. This event takes the place of the LB HPG Meeting for this month.
This FREE EVENT is open to the public (200 slots available, free lunch included) but registration is required here: https://lbpublichealthweek.eventbrite.com
Topics covered during the conference will include: Childhood Sexual Abuse, Cyber Security, Human Trafficking, HIV, Communicable Disease Outbreaks, Climate Change, Mental Health & Addiction, Men’s Health, Seniors & Fall Prevention, Accountable Communities for Health, Infant Health etc…
2015 Public Health Week theme: Healthiest Nation 2013.
Long Beach Public Health Week website for more information here http://lbpublichealthweek.com
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12:30 pm – Registration Opens***
2:00 pm – Plenary 1 – Coordination – Panel Presentation
3:45 pm – Plenary 2 – Collaboration – Dr. Kirsten Foot + Panel
5:00 – 6:15 pm – Dinner Break (On your own, on site cash option available)
6:30 pm – Plenary 3 – Compassion Night – Dr. Jo Anne Lyon + Vanguard University Worship Team (Open to the community – FREE)
8:00 pm – Close of Day 1
***Lunch is NOT included on Friday, March 6.
8:30 am – Coffee & Networking
9:00 am – Plenary 4 – Capacity – Dr. Sandra Morgan
10:20 am – Workshop Set 1 (Five Workshop Tracks: Prevention Curriculum, Recovering Victims, Health, Church Engagement, and Spanish Tracks)
11:30 am – 12:30 pm – Lunch (included)
12:30 pm – Workshop Set 2 (Five Workshop Tracks: Prevention Curriculum, Recovering Victims, Health, Church Engagement, and Spanish Tracks)
2:00 pm – Plenary 5 – Latest Research in Human Trafficking – Cascading presentations of cutting edge research
4:00 pm – Plenary 6 – Collaboration Challenge + Closing
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Preventing Abuse Conference
Santa Ana Double Tree Hotel Orange County Airport
201 East MacArthur Blvd,
Santa Ana, California 92707
About one hour south of Los Angeles and about one hour north of San Diego
Human Trafficking, Child Protection, Drug Cartels, Internet, Survivors, Pornography, and more
Inspiring Testimonies of Rescues
Who should attend: Anyone interested in helping protect women, children and families
2 banquet luncheons and 2 day conference and more
Registration opens daily at 7:45 A.M.
Friday, March 20, 2015 8:00 A M, to 4:30 P.M
Registration opens daily at 7:45 A.M
.Saturday March 21, 2015 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 PM
Register Today—Space is Limited
TO REGISTER :
Click the Registration Link Above or call 323-851-3872
Early Bird Special of $79.00 per person (limited time)
One day registrations available–Call 323-851-3872
Hotel room registration information link follows below
Continuing Education Credits to be offered. Registration application required. Email: email@example.com
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The program consists of talks, discussions, training, and performances addressing the social, economic, and systemic causes of trafficking and exploitation, and strategies for combating the problem. State Attorney General Kamala Harris will be speaking along with dozens of other speakers, including survivors, practitioners, advocates, and academics.
Meals and materials will be provided, and there are no costs for those who register before January 26th. If you have any questions regarding the symposium, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The program is free to the public with advance registration at uclalawreview.org/symposium. MCLE credit will be made available, and there may be continuing education opportunities for other professions available as well; monitor the symposium website for further information.
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With the number of slaves globally skyrocketing 30% in 7 years, from 27 million in 2007 to 35 million+ in 2014, the 2015 Global Human Trafficking Conference, Los Angeles, will convene compelling speakers, provocative panels, specialized break-out sessions, non-profit, law enforcement and government agency exhibitors, and host a reception-mixer and engagement groups in an endeavor to further:
Presenters include top officials from: The U.S. Dept. of Justice, the Dept. of Homeland Security, the Dept. of Labor, FBI, ICAC, LAPD, LBPD, LA County judiciary, Probation Dept., Dept. of Health, and Dept. of Child and Family Services, academic, faith and business leaders, legal and medical professionals, and leading anti-human-trafficking organizations working in Los Angeles and all over the world.
Who is this conference for?
The Public, Legal and Medical Professionals, Business owners, Corporate Leaders & Supply Chain Executives, the Faith Community, Law Enforcement, Government Agencies, Embassy and Consulate Staff, Transportation Officials and Staff, Students, and Women & Children’s Aid NGOs
What were people saying after the 2012 Global Human Trafficking Conference?
Excellent and inspirational. The highlight of the weekend was the entire conference.
U.S. Dept. of Justice National Coordinator on Human Trafficking (Fmr),
Assistant U.S. Attorney, Deputy Chief, National Security Section
U.S. Department of Justice, Special Litigation Counsel, Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit, Civil Rights Division
Fantastic; Both educational and motivational. Well done!
Supply Chain Consultant, Former Senior Director of Sustainability Practices, UL Responsible Sourcing
So many incredible minds in one location to discuss these pertinent issues
Executive Director, My Refuge House
Definitely the best anti-trafficking conference I’ve attended. The speakers were great. Very impressive.
Founder, Million Kids; Rapha House, Director of Reintegration
It really gave me a lot of help to know more about Human Trafficking and related issues.
Sr. Immigration Officer, Taiwanese Consulate, Los Angeles
Great conference! One that really made me rethink some things.
Assoc. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA Medical School, Director, Venice
Family Clinic Human Trafficking Program
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