Event with Kevin Campbell

| October 14, 2017

Changing How We Think About (and Respond to) Trauma, Connections and Families w/ Kevin Campbell

“Kevin Campbell is an internationally known youth permanency expert, founder of the Center for Family Finding and Youth Connectedness and developer of the Family Finding model, a set of strategies now utilized throughout the United States and Canada to establish lifelong supports for youth in foster care…

Kevin also played a major role in the passing of the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008, one of the most significant pieces of child welfare legislation in the last 15 years.  On September 29th, 2011, President Obama signed the Children and Family Services Improvement and Innovations Act which also included Family Finding as an innovative strategy crucial to improving America’s child welfare system…”

Choose ONE of the 3 date/locations

  • October 17, 2017 @ Little America, Flagstaff, 8am-5pm ($10.00 per person with approved Coconino County connection/responsibility)
    • The 17th is a preferred day for most DCS and Court staff because court is not being scheduled that day
  • October 18, 2017 @ High School Auditorium, Page, 9am-4pm ($5.00 per person with approved Coconino County connection/responsibility)
  • October 19, 2017 @ Little America, Flagstaff, 8am-5pm ($10.00 per person with approved Coconino County connection/responsibility)

*Flagstaff Mayor, Coral Evans, will give opening remarks at both Flagstaff days.

**As this is such an exciting event, we are pleased to announce that non-Coconino County tickets may be purchased for $95.00 in Flagstaff and $55.00 in Page.

Free attendance (plus a partial lunch contribution) for those of you working to address the needs of children and families within Coconino County.  This includes all Coconino-based staff and also agency leadership regardless of leadership’s location.

Encouraged to attend include: Juvenile Court, DCS, Coconino foster / kinship parents, service agencies, and Coconino community members interested in child abuse prevention and strengthening families.

*To reserve your spot and for those who have questions or are not sure if they should attend please contact Executive Director, Virginia Watahomigie at virginia@coconinokids.org to discuss.  Please send a description of your connection to Coconino County with your reservation request or inquiry.

Follow the link here or click on the picture to find out more about this big event!

We are expected to be full both days at the Little America Location, so register now! You do not want to miss this!

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