Past Events

Past Events

, | - ET | Atlanta, GA

NCCD CEO Kathy Park will be part of the “’First, Do No Harm’ – Applying Predictive Analytics to Human Services” panel at the MetroLab Network Annual Summit in Atlanta, Georgia,

, | - | Hong Kong

Raelene Freitag, Manager of International and Special Projects, will present at the International Conference on New Perspectives for Outcome-Based Evaluation and Research on Family

, | - CT | Madison, WI

NCCD CEO Kathy Park will serve as a panelist at the Data for Impact Conference on August 22 in Madison, Wisconsin. Park is one of four individuals from a variety of fields who will

, | - | Madison, WI

A panel discussion on youth incarceration and juvenile justice reform in Dane County, Wisconsin.

Dane County simultaneously carries a reputation as the best place to raise children and the worst place to raise children, depending upon the

, | - | Washington DC

Joel Lewis and Katie Meyer, members of the NCCD justice strategies team, will host an NCCD booth at the NCJFCJ Conference. 

 - | - EDT | Baltimore, MD

The American Public Human Services Association will host their 2017 National Heath and Human Services Summit in partnership with the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities April 30-May 3 in Baltimore, Maryland. For more information about

, | - EST | New York, NY

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges will host their 2017 National Conference on Juvenile Justice February 12–15 in New York, NY. NCCD's Associate Director for Strategic Initiatives, Deirdre O'Connor, will present in the

 - | - EST | Baltimore, MD

The 2016 Coalition for Juvenile Justice National Disproportionate Minority Contact Conference,

 - | - | Garden Grove, CA

Early Bird Registration Is Now OPEN for NCCD’s 2016 Conference on Children, Youth, and Families

Come spend a few days in sunny southern California! Register now for the NCCD Conference on Children, Youth, and

 - | - | New Orleans, LA

Registration is now open for the 24th Annual American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) Colloquium. Taking place in New Orleans June 21-25, the event offers 83 institutes and workshops addressing all aspects of child