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Training Opportunities

At-Risk Youth National Forum
"Success Within Reach: Strategies for At-Risk Youth" is the theme of this year's
At-Risk Youth National Forum, to be held in Myrtle Beach, S.C., during Feb. 15–18. Speakers and sessions will explore student, family, and community engagement; leadership and policy development; career preparation and transitions; and strategies and programs that have proven effective in reaching youth involved with the juvenile justice system.

National Conference on Bullying
Hosted by the School Safety Advocacy Council, the National Conference on Bullying in Orlando, Fla., will highlight evidence-based strategies and best practices for preventing bullying and building safe, caring schools and communities. The conference is designed for those who work with youth—particularly educators, law enforcement officials, and community representatives. Register today for the Feb. 24–27, 2015, meeting.

National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence
On March 19, 2015, in Washington, D.C., the 3-day Seventh Biennial National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence will convene leading medical, public health, and domestic violence experts to address the U.S. healthcare system's response to domestic and sexual violence. With 14 preconference institutes, 72 workshop sessions, 5 plenaries, and numerous renowned keynote speakers, attendees can engage in an in-depth discussion of promising practices and the latest research.

National Summit on Youth Homelessness
During this 2-day event, attendees will get an inside look at how communities and federal agencies are responding to the needs of homeless youth. One topic slated for discussion is how communities manage federal resources to care for homeless youth. The summit begins March 19, 2015, in Washington, D.C.

Research and Policy Conference: Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Behavioral Health
"The Tampa Conference" is a learning and discussion forum for behavioral health, in Tampa, Fla. Speakers will showcase new research and share policy ideas taking shape from evidence-based, youth-guided programs and practices. The 4-day meeting starts March 22, 2015.


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