Tag: Prevent Child Abuse Arizona

July 12-14 — Prevent Child Abuse Arizona to present 2021 Child Abuse Prevention Conference

| June 14, 2021
July 12-14 — Prevent Child Abuse Arizona to present 2021 Child Abuse Prevention Conference

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona will present its 27th annual statewide Child Abuse Prevention Conference virtually on July 12-14.

This year’s theme is Cultivating Trust, with a focus on how building and strengthening relationships is critical to creating the world we want for children. We will also explore this theme by connecting participants through chats, user profiles, message boards, games, and activity rooms.

The conference will feature dynamic, informational and inspiring speakers, and 25 interesting and exciting workshops to choose from. Recordings of all sessions will be available to registrants for one month after the conference.

We are partnering again with the Arizona ACEs Consortium for our July 12 pre-conference, featuring workshops and a movie screening.

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Prevent Child Abuse Arizona seeking to hire a Training Coordinator

| February 16, 2021
Prevent Child Abuse Arizona seeking to hire a Training Coordinator

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona is seeking to hire a Training Coordinator.

The Training Coordinator capably provides administrative and event planning support to the Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (PCA Arizona) Program and Training Director in the planning, coordination, administration, and delivery of training programs and conferences (in-person and virtual) throughout Arizona. 

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Registration open for 7th annual ACES Summit on Dec. 16-17

| December 14, 2020
Registration open for 7th annual ACES Summit on Dec. 16-17

This year’s conference theme is “Connection: The Power of Relationships” and will focus on how building and strengthening relationships is critical to creating the world we want for children. We look forward to connecting with you there!

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Free Wednesday Webinars on parenting/working with children, dealing with stress, and building resilience!

| March 31, 2020
Free Wednesday Webinars on parenting/working with children, dealing with stress, and building resilience!

In honor of April Child Abuse Prevention Month, Prevent Child Abuse Arizona will hold free webinars at 10:00am on every Wednesday in April.

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Prevent Child Abuse Arizona invites workshop proposals for our 26th Statewide Child Abuse Prevention Conference

| January 28, 2020
Prevent Child Abuse Arizona invites workshop proposals for our 26th Statewide Child Abuse Prevention Conference

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona invites workshop proposals for our 26th Statewide Child Abuse Prevention Conference, which will be held on July 21 & 22, 2020, at the Hyatt Regency in Phoenix, and will bring together 600+ professionals from a variety of sectors, including family/human service, government, nonprofits, law enforcement, healthcare, and early education.

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Connections Spotlight: Louge to take reins as Prevent Child Abuse Arizona director

| December 2, 2019
Connections Spotlight: Louge to take reins as Prevent Child Abuse Arizona director

Rebecca “Becky” Ruffner is about to start a new chapter in her life.

As she turns the page, the 72-year-old founder and executive director of Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, who will retire her post on Dec. 31, is confident the agency’s new leader is poised and ready for the task.

The agency on Wednesday announced the promotion of Training Director Claire Louge to Ruffner’s role upon her retirement.

Since 2014, Louge has served as an agency trainer, both for local and statewide events.

From upstate New York, Louge has a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in human development and a master’s degree in human relations from Northern Arizona University. She is a graduate of the American Express Leadership Academy at the Arizona State University Lodestar Center.

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Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

| July 15, 2018
Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

The theme for this year’s conference is “Cultivating Balance and Wellness.”
In addition to presentations on child welfare issues, child well-being, child development and family support, workshops will be offered on topics that will help attendees in seeking balance and wellness in their personal and professional lives, and give them tools to build resilience in those they work with.

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Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

| July 8, 2018
Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

The theme for this year’s conference is “Cultivating Balance and Wellness.”
In addition to presentations on child welfare issues, child well-being, child development and family support, workshops will be offered on topics that will help attendees in seeking balance and wellness in their personal and professional lives, and give them tools to build resilience in those they work with.

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Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

| June 24, 2018
Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

The theme for this year’s conference is “Cultivating Balance and Wellness.”
In addition to presentations on child welfare issues, child well-being, child development and family support, workshops will be offered on topics that will help attendees in seeking balance and wellness in their personal and professional lives, and give them tools to build resilience in those they work with.

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Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

| June 17, 2018
Registration is Open for the 24th Statewide Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference!

The theme for this year’s conference is “Cultivating Balance and Wellness.”
In addition to presentations on child welfare issues, child well-being, child development and family support, workshops will be offered on topics that will help attendees in seeking balance and wellness in their personal and professional lives, and give them tools to build resilience in those they work with.

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