The Intersectionality of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Substance Use/Substance Use Disorders
The goal of the Conference on Crimes Against Women is to provide practical instruction, using current information, the newest ideas and most successful intervention strategies, to those professionals responsible for combating the many and varied forms of crimes against women.
The conference is conducted for the sole purpose of providing training to only those people employed by governmental or non-profit agencies in the fields of law enforcement, prosecution, social work, victim's advocacy, therapy, probation/parole, campus safety and medicine who work directly with victims of crime.
April 8-11, 2019 - Sheraton Hotel, Dallas, Texas
The WY Crimes Against Children Conference and the WY Children's Justice Conference have merged to create one advanced learning opportunity:
Wyoming's Joint Symposium on Children and Youth (WyoJSCY).
Registration Is Open for the 2018
Wyoming's Joint Symposium on Children & Youth (WyoJSCY)!
We hope you will consider joining us for Wyoming's leading statewide training event in the movement to prevent child abuse and neglect, strengthen families, and end crimes against children!
The Symposium takes a multidisciplinary approach to promoting innovative methods, distinctive approaches, and promising practices in responding to crimes against children and helping children and families heal.
The WyoJSCY Committee invites you to join us at the leading statewide training event in the movement to prevent child abuse and neglect, strengthen families, and end crimes against children.
Enhancing Organizational Capacity for Our Communities: Capacity Building Training for OVW CSSP, Underserved, Tribal, and Rural Grantees
Enhancing Organizational Capacity for Our Communities is a 2 day training that will bring together about 30 participants who are interested in strengthening their capacity to effectively manage, operate and sustain their organizations. The goal of this training is to increase the organizational capacity of OVW grantees and their partners serving culturally specific, rural, tribal, and underserved communities. This regional training will provide attendees with significant opportunities for networking, resource and expertise sharing, and critical discussions to enhance the work and overall capacity.