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Message ID: 8061
Date: 2009-02-02

Author:Crayton, Christina

Subject:NAPCWA 2009 Spring National Conference

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 44th 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.

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 44th 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.