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Message ID: 8055
Date: 2009-02-02

Author:Barbara Needell

Subject:Re: NAPCWA 2009 Spring National Conference

I looked but did not see registration info...where is it? thanks



Crayton, Christina wrote:

> **

> *NAPCWA Spring Conference:* * **April 3-6, 2009 *

> **

>

> Looking for the premier gathering of experts, leaders, advocates, and

> partners in the public child welfare field? Want an opportunity to

> learn from leading executives, foundation leaders, and public agency

> administrators about cutting edge innovations that strengthen families

> in the face of these tough economic times? *Then you want to attend

> the 2009 NAPCWA Spring Conference!*

>

> This year’s conference theme is “/*Doing More with Less: Strengthening

> Families in The Face of Fiscal Challenges*/”. It reflects the

> undercurrent for most if not all public service sectors. Budgets are

> being slashed, state deficits are mounting, and the number of

> vulnerable children and families finding themselves at the doorstep of

> public child welfare agencies is growing. NAPCWA has convened a

> network of public agency leaders, private sector experts,

> representatives from other human service systems, and members from the

> new Administration to guide conference participants through a program

> of engagement and learning about practical strategies to lead staff,

> families, and communities to better outcomes.

>

> In this moment of great uncertainty, your attendance at this

> conference is imperative. We will strategically navigate through these

> trying times, to ensure children and families we serve get the

> services and supports they need!

>

> Join us in Washington, DC April 3 – 6 for this dynamic event and see

> how beautiful the nation’s capital can be in the Spring, especially

> during Cherry Blossom Season. The event will reinforce the 44^th

> President’s call to refuse the “business as usual” attitude.

>

> Registration information can be found at www.aphsa.org

> .

>

> For more information on the conference, please contact Robin Wallace

> or Christina Crayton, rwallace@aphsa.org

> or ccrayton@aphsa.org . Direct dial

> 202.682.0100.

>



--

Barbara Needell, MSW, PhD

510 290 6334 phone

510 642 1895 fax

University of California at Berkeley

Center for Social Services Research

120 Haviland Hall

Berkeley, CA 94720-7400









I looked but did not see registration info...where is it? thanks



Crayton, Christina wrote:

> **

> *NAPCWA Spring Conference:* * **April 3-6, 2009 *

> **

>

> Looking for the premier gathering of experts, leaders, advocates, and

> partners in the public child welfare field? Want an opportunity to

> learn from leading executives, foundation leaders, and public agency

> administrators about cutting edge innovations that strengthen families

> in the face of these tough economic times? *Then you want to attend

> the 2009 NAPCWA Spring Conference!*

>

> This year’s conference theme is “/*Doing More with Less: Strengthening

> Families in The Face of Fiscal Challenges*/”. It reflects the

> undercurrent for most if not all public service sectors. Budgets are

> being slashed, state deficits are mounting, and the number of

> vulnerable children and families finding themselves at the doorstep of

> public child welfare agencies is growing. NAPCWA has convened a

> network of public agency leaders, private sector experts,

> representatives from other human service systems, and members from the

> new Administration to guide conference participants through a program

> of engagement and learning about practical strategies to lead staff,

> families, and communities to better outcomes.

>

> In this moment of great uncertainty, your attendance at this

> conference is imperative. We will strategically navigate through these

> trying times, to ensure children and families we serve get the

> services and supports they need!

>

> Join us in Washington, DC April 3 – 6 for this dynamic event and see

> how beautiful the nation’s capital can be in the Spring, especially

> during Cherry Blossom Season. The event will reinforce the 44^th

> President’s call to refuse the “business as usual” attitude.

>

> Registration information can be found at www.aphsa.org

> .

>

> For more information on the conference, please contact Robin Wallace

> or Christina Crayton, rwallaceaphsa.org

> or ccraytonaphsa.org . Direct dial

> 202.682.0100.

>



--

Barbara Needell, MSW, PhD

510 290 6334 phone

510 642 1895 fax

University of California at Berkeley

Center for Social Services Research

120 Haviland Hall

Berkeley, CA 94720-7400