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October 2004Vol. 5, No. 8Conferences

Upcoming national conferences on adoption and child welfare through January 2005 include:

November 2004

  • Adolescence and the Transition to Adulthood: Rethinking Public Policy for a New Century (Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago; November 8 through 9, Chicago, IL)
  • 2004 National Adoption Training Conference "All in the Family: Achieving Excellence in Adoption" (Child Welfare League of America; November 8 through 10, Los Angeles, CA)
  • Children's Rights Council 15th Annual National Conference "The Best Parent Is Both Parents" (November 11 through 13, Toledo, OH)
  • 66th Annual National Council on Family Relations Conference (November 17 through 20, Orlando, FL)
  • Helping Children Whose Parents Are Incarcerated: What They Need -- What You Can Do (Child Welfare League of America; November 18, Teleconference)
  • APSAC's Second Annual Trauma Treatment Clinic (American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children; November 29 through December 3, Maui, HI)

December 2004

  • 19th National Training Institute "A Changing World for Babies" (Zero to Three; December 3 through 5, Sacramento, CA)
  • Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health 16th Annual Conference (December 9 through 12, Washington, DC)

January 2005

  • 19th Annual San Diego Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment (Chadwick Center for Children and Families, Children's Hospital-San Diego; January 24 through 28, San Diego, CA)

Further details about national and regional adoption and child welfare conferences can be found in the Conference Calendar on Child Welfare Information Gateway: