Child-and family-serving professionals, advocates and leaders work tirelessly to prevent child abuse and neglect while building resilient families and thriving communities. Their contributions give us hope for a better future for our children, our families, our communities and our state. To support these everyday heroes, Children’s Trust hosts its biennial prevention conference, which will focus on building educational, health care and community resources that support family well-being.
Conference attendees will be inspired by dozens of dynamic breakout sessions, regional and national experts, and networking opportunities with peers from across the state.
The Building Hope for Children Conference offers a unique experience for anyone interested in the prevention of child abuse and neglect and the promotion of resilience and well-being. The conference is designed for prevention professionals, advocates, leaders and community stakeholders. Social workers, teachers, counselors, nurses, home visitors and other nonprofit professionals have found this conference valuable to their work.
CEUs for nursing, social workers, counselors, therapists, and prevention professionals will be offered through South Carolina AHEC.
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Hyatt Regency, Downtown Greenville offers guests the perfect balance of Southern hospitality and modern amenities. Located in the trendy downtown area of Greenville, we’re near the area’s best dining, shopping and entertainment.
Children's Trust has negotiated a special rate of $169/room (plus taxes and fees) for attendees on the night of Sept. 4-5. Deadline to book your room at this low rate is Monday, Aug. 14.
220 North Main Street, Greenville, S.C. 29601
Your support of Children’s Trust biennial Building Hope for Children Conference will help ensure our child- and family-serving professionals are as well-equipped as possible and remain committed to their important work.
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