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26th Annual Conference on the Prevention of Child Abuse EARLY BIRD DEADLINE
Prevent Child Abuse Texas

February, 2012

Early Bird Registration and hotel room discount expires February 27.

Your assistance in notifying others is appreciated.

 
CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE PROGRAM
 
 
TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE
 
MARCH 19-20, 2012
WESTIN GALLERIA HOUSTON
HOUSTON, TEXAS
 
 
PRESENTED BY
 
PREVENT CHILD ABUSETEXAS
 
 
In Cooperation With
Houston Metro Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
State Child Fatality Review Team Committee
Texas Council of Child Welfare Boards
Texas Department of State Health Services
The Children’s Assessment Center
US Attorney’s Office-Southern District-Project Safe Child (PSC)
 
 
A statewide conference designed to offer quality training and information on topics and model programs of interest to leaders in child abuse prevention: social workers, counselors, educators, child care and youth workers, law enforcement personnel, medical & legal professionals, foster parents, child welfare board volunteers, elected officials, and other interested child advocates. Participants may attend their choice of a variety of workshops on child abuse and neglect prevention and educational programs or may select workshops for specialized training credits and professional development.


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