• March 2004
  • Vol. 5, No. 2

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Upcoming national conferences on adoption and child welfare through June 2004 include:


  • National Council for Adoption 2004 Annual Conference (April 1 through 2; Washington, DC)
  • 22nd Annual "Protecting Our Children" Conference: "Putting Our Minds Together to Leave No Indian Child Behind" (National Indian Child Welfare Association; April 4 through 7, Denver, CO)
  • 2004 Pathways to Adulthood National Independent Living/Transitional Living Conference (Children's Bureau and Family and Youth Services Bureau; April 13 through 15, Washington, DC)
  • APSAC Forensic Interview Clinic (American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children; April 19 through 23, Seattle, WA; www.apsac.org).
  • Putting It Together Seminar (Independent Living Resources, Inc.; April 20 through 24, Raleigh Durham, NC)
  • 7th National Child Welfare Data Conference: "Making IT Work: Systems, Data, Policy and Practice" (National Resource Center for Information Technology in Child Welfare; April 21 through 23, Arlington, VA)
  • Joint Council on International Children's Services Annual Medical Institute and Conference (April 28 through May 1, Washington, DC)


  • Finding Better Ways 2004 "Responding to the Changing Faces of Residential Services" (Child Welfare League of America; May 3 through 5, Atlanta, GA)
  • 34th Annual Education Conference (National Foster Parent Association; May 10 through 15, Orlando, FL)
  • Family Support America's 10th Biennial National Conference (May 12 through 15, Chicago, IL)
  • Teleconference: Implementing a Program-Wide Anger Management Intervention (Walker Trieschman Center-CWLA; March 25)
  • "Spreading the Magic of Prevention" (Prevent Child Abuse America; May 16 through 19, Disney World Resort, FL)


  • National Foster Care Conference "Footsteps to the Future" (Daniel Memorial Institute; June 3 through 5, Jacksonville, FL)
  • National CASA Conference (National CASA Association; June 5 through 8, Washington, DC)
  • 2004 Conference on Family Group Decision Making "From Margin to Mainstream" (American Humane; June 6 through 9, Harrisburg, PA)
  • APSAC Forensic Interview Clinic (American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children; June 14 through 18, Norfolk, VA)
  • Training Institutes 2004: Developing Local Systems of Care for Children and Adolescents with Emotional Disturbances and Their Families (National Technical Assistance Center for Children's Mental Health; June 23 through 27, San Francisco, CA)

Further details about national and regional adoption and child welfare conferences can be found in the Conference Calendar on Child Welfare Information Gateway: www.childwelfare.gov/calendar

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