Past Events

Past Events

, | - EDT | Arlington, VA

This month, the American Public Human Services Association holds its annual summit to advance a modern, responsive, and effective human services system. NCCD research staff Cynthia Burnson, PhD; Chris Scharenbroch; and Charlene Taylor, PhD, will

, | - ET | Washington, DC

The National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect presents speakers, workshops, and seminars to those working to achieve better outcomes for children and families. Practitioners, researchers, policy makers, parents, and volunteers are encouraged

, | - | New Orleans, LA

Aimed at those dedicated to improving the lives of older adults, the Aging in America Conference will present best practices and insights from leaders in the field of aging. NCCD staff members Karen Meulendyke and Colleen Kerwin will be

, | - ET | Washington, DC

The annual conference of the Child Welfare League of America will highlight successful strategies and practices in use by organizations and communities that can be leveraged to meet the challenges and opportunities of the Family First Prevention

, | - CT | Madison, WI

¡Milwaukee Evaluation! will hold its “trademark” event in Madison on March 15, featuring keynote speaker Vu Le, executive director of Rainier Valley

, | - PT | Salem, OR

The Justice Reinvestment Summit is an opportunity for criminal justice stakeholders to hear from local and national experts about successful and innovative strategies in criminal justice. The Summit focuses on a wide range of programs and

, | - ET | Princeton, New Jersey

Media for a Just Society Award winner Ta-Nehisi Coates will speak at Princeton University with Dr. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor

, | - EST | Washington, DC

NCCD is a proud sponsor of Healing & Hope, the annual awards ceremony and fundraiser for the Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth. This year’s honorees include

, | - CT | Webinar

Join NCCD for an introduction to the Structured Decision Making® (SDM) assessment tools for child welfare. Please register for the

, | - EST | Detroit, Michigan

Targeted to organizers, educators, creatives, and other leaders, Facing Race offers information and resources on racial equity, including more than 70 workshops and access to over 180 presenters. To learn more or register, click