Registration is open for the 8th Safe & Together™ Model North America Conference: Domestic Violence & Children — May 6-8, 2020
The Safe & Together™ Model North America Conference, our longest-running conference is our regional touchstone event for new workers, as well as seasoned professionals with years of experience. The implementation of the Safe & Together Model in child welfare family serving systems continues to grow exponentially throughout North America, the United Kingdom and Australia, therefore attending the conference each year is a chance to learn what’s new with the Model, how it’s working and who has been making it work.
Past Conference Feedback
Download the full evaluation report from the 2018 Safe & Together™ Model North America Conference. Check out the feedback we received from last year, in addition to the feedback from the 2019 Asia Pacific Conference and the 2019 European Conference.
Certified Trainer Seminar
The Trainer Certification Program (TCP) has produced professionals certified to train on the Safe & Together Model around the globe, paving the way for sustainable practice change that leads toward better family outcomes. This session is an exclusive invitation for Certified Trainers to attend a roundtable discussion with the Model’s founder, David Mandel.
Return on Investment
We know you want to get the most out of your time at the conference. Download the conference planning packet to map out your experience.
Call for Presenters are open before each conference, allowing professionals to highlight the work being done by co-located advocates, subject matter experts, domestic violence consultants and other specialist positions that have been bridging the gap between child welfare and domestic violence competency. Read about submitting a proposal.
Champion Awards are our way of helping you recognize the hard work that so many are doing around the globe to implement and promote the Safe & Together Model. Nominate a champion.
Team / Community Discounts are for groups of professionals attending together. It takes a village and you can’t do this work alone, so bring 5 people and the 6th person is free! Contact Amy Cook for details.