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21st Annual Community Response to Child Abuse Conference

Register today for the 21st Annual Community Response to Child Abuse Conference. Hosted by the USD Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment, this two-day hybrid event will be held September 29-30 at the Sioux Falls Convention Center and virtually on Pathable.

This conference provides opportunities for continuing education, networking, learning, and collaboration for those who work to prevent and respond to child maltreatment and trauma. Target audience includes: Medical providers, nurses, legal community, behavioral health, social workers, law enforcement, business community, educators, counselors, community advocates, dental providers, and students.

The Community Response to Child Abuse Conference (CRCAC) is an annual conference that brings together over 600 professionals, advocates and students to share information and receive local training on innovative solutions and best practices to increase awareness of, improve the response to, and prevent child maltreatment. The Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment (CPCM) is honored to once again collaborate with the Unified Judicial System (UJS) Court Improvement Program (CIP) and Child’s Voice at Sanford Health to educate South Dakota professionals and community members on the impacts of trauma to children and appropriate response measures to child abuse.

Continuing Education credits for this conference are pending approval.

You can view the brochure here. For more information or to register, click here.

Please contact kristi.kranz@usd.edu with any questions.


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