Past Events

Past Events

 - | - | 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

 - | - | Washington, DC
Aishatu Yusuf, Program Associate, NCCD

What Works for At-Risk Girls?

Join NCCD's Aishatu Yusuf and others for a panel discussion and reception hosted by The Raben Group. This event offers the opportunity to continue the energy and discussion of the

 - | - | Washington, DC

NCCD staff members Antoinette Davis, Jesse Russell, and Erin Manske will be presenting and moderating at the 2016 Coalition for Juvenile Justice Annual Conference. This year’s conference is called “Redefining Leadership: Engaging Youth,

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Deirdre O'Connor, Associate Director for Strategic Initiatives

NCCD is excited to announce our second request for proposals (RFP) for Pay for Success (PFS) Social Innovation Fund (SIF) feasibility assessment technical assistance.

 - | - | Washington, DC

The 2015 Second Chance Act (SCA) and Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) National Conferences will take place December 14–18 in Washington, DC. The current political moment has increased our society’s awareness of the

 - | - | Jacksonville, FL

CEO Kathy Park will moderate a dynamic panel at the upcoming Operation Reform, a bipartisan summit on criminal justice reform and reentry

 - | - | Washington, DC Hilton

The annual November meeting of the American Society of Criminology (ASC) will focus on “the politics of crime and justice.” NCCD staff will be in attendance. ASC is the largest professional criminological

 - | - | Washington, DC
Kathy Park, CEO

CEO Kathy Park will participate in a briefing on the exciting work of grantees of the Social Innovation Fund (SIF) who are transforming the lives of youth around the country. As SIF grantees, these organizations are part of a growing movement to

 - | - | Minneapolis, MN

NCCD’s Phil Decter