• April 2005
  • Vol. 6, No. 3

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

May 2005

  • Finding Better Ways 2005: "Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Children, Youth and Families" (Child Welfare League of America; May 2 through May 4; New Orleans, LA)
  • Pathways to Adulthood: "Independent Living/Transitional Living Conference 2005" (National Child Welfare Resource Center for Youth Development; May 18 through May 20; Atlanta, GA)
  • 2005 National Citizen Review Panel Conference (North Carolina Division of Social Services and the South Carolina Department of Social Services; May 25 through May 27; Nags Head, NC)

June 2005

  • NDACAN Summer Research Institute (National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect; June 1 through June 5; Ithaca, NY)
  • 2005 Conference on Family Group Decision Making (American Humane; June 8 through June 11; Long Beach, CA)
  • APSAC's 13th Annual Colloquium (American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children; June 15 through June 18; New Orleans, LA)
  • Investigation and Prosecution of Child Fatalities and Physical Abuse (American Prosecutors Research Institute; June 27 through July 1; Denver, CO)

July 2005

  • 27th Annual Conference "Don't Gamble with Truth in Adoption" (American Adoption Congress; July 6 through July 10; Las Vegas, NV)
  • 9th International Family Violence Research Conference (Family Research Laboratory & Crimes Against Children Research Center; July 10 through July 13; Portsmouth, NH)
  • Children's Bureau's 8th National Child Welfare Data Conference "Achieving Positive Outcomes for Children and Families: It's A Team Effort" (National Resource Center for Child Welfare Data and Technology; July 20 to July 22; Washington, DC)
  • 19th Annual Conference on Treatment Foster Care (Foster Family-Based Treatment Association; July 24 to July 27; Atlanta, GA)

Further details about national and regional adoption and child welfare conferences can be found through the Conference Calendar feature on Child Welfare Information Gateway at www.childwelfare.gov.

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