2014 Adolescent Conference planning is underway!
The 2014 Adolescent Conference, convened by the Florida Juvenile Justice Association,will be held on May 13-15, 2014 in Orlando at The Florida Hotel and Conference Center at the Florida Mall. This year’s theme is The Way Forward: Our Communities, Our Youth, Our Future. This conference attracts hundreds of attendees from across Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina addressing a multidisciplinary audience of professionals working with at-risk youth.
This year, we are also including workshops designed specifically for youth ages 13-19.
We are searching for experts!
We are looking for experts whose strategies are working to positively change the lives of high risk, delinquent and substance involved youth. If you are not the person who should be receiving this information, please take time and share it with professionals you know who provide workshops on any of the topics listed on the website or are part of a new innovative program working with at-risk youth. If, in the past year, you have attended a workshop(s) offering training in any of these areas and would like to share the name of the person conducting the workshop, please feel free to do so.
Call for Presentation!
If you are interested in conducting a workshop on relevant and/or emerging issues, simply go to Call for Presentation and provide your workshop information for consideration. If you know someone who might be interested, please forward this information as soon as possible. The deadline for proposal submission is December 20, 2013.
Areas of expertise might include:
· Prescription Drugs
· Vocational education in juvenile justice settings
· Suicide prevention
· Working with families
· Gender specific interventions – both males and females
· Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender youth
· Brain development
· Mental health treatment
· Sex offender treatment
· Substance abuse treatment
· And more
If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 850-671-3442.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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