Registration is closed for this event
December 3rd, 2019 9:00 AM through December 4th, 2019 5:00 PM
Saratoga Hilton
534 Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
United States
Event Fee(s)
Registration Package:
Coalition Member or SPOA Agency $0.00
Non-Member, Full Registration $150.00
Non-Member, Tuesday Dec 3rd only $100.00
Non-Member, Wednesday Dec 4th Only $100.00
Meal Options
Staying at the Saratoga Hilton (meals included) $0.00
Commuter: Tuesday Keynote & Awards Lunch $30.00
Commuter: Wednesday Breakfast $20.00
Commuter: Not Attending Meals $0.00
Pre-Conference Session
Tues. 10-11:30 AM
Building Family and Youth Competencies: Focus on Strengths-Based Supports
Full Coalition Meeting
Workshop Session A
Tues. 1:45 -3:00 PM
A-1 Beyond School-Based Clinics, What Works in NYC Schools
A-2 MOVING ONWARD: One Youth’s Journey Toward Young Adulthood. ICL’s Lens on Housing Young Adults
A-3 Supporting A Responsive System of Care: Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders from Prevention Through Integrated Treatment
A-4 Foundations and Promising Practices for Effectively Working with LGBTQ Youth and Supporting Their Families
A-5 Redi Talks: Everything (well, almost!) You Need to Know About Managed Care
A-6 Building Family and Youth Competencies: Building Relationships and Community Supports
Workshop Session B
Tues. 3:30 – 5:00 PM
B-2 Functional Family Therapy- Therapeutic Case Management (FFT-TCM)--A Clinical Evidenced-Based Model
B-1 Implementing an Evidence-Informed Suicide Prevention Framework and Training in Youth and Family Services: SafeSide at Hillside Family Agencies
B-3 The Center for Healing: A Clinical and Training Program for Child Sexual Abuse/ Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Prevention and Intervention
B-4 Implementation Science and Application for Uptake of Evidenced-Based Models
B-5 SPOA Meeting
B-6 RTF Transformation Roundtable
Wednesday Morning Mini-Plenary Sessions
Wed. 9:00 - 10:00 AM
Modeling for CFTSS: A Look at Where We Are Headed, and How We Can Get There
Children and Family Treatment Support Services: What Does It Mean for Workers, Children and Families?
Workshop Session C
Wed. 10:15 – 11:30 AM
C-1 Innovative School and Community Partnerships
C-2 Functioning Systems of Care: Supporting the Care Management Role
C-3 Building a Foundation: Providing Culturally Appropriate Services
C-4 Babies Inspiring Growth: A Sheltering Arms Story
C-5 Cross Systems Collaboration: Partnering for Success
C-6 Transitioning for Success: Promising Practices for Working with Transition Age Youth
Workshop Session D
Wed. 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM
D-3 Suicide Awareness and Prevention
D-1 Raising the Bar: Cultivating Performance Excellence with Effective Supervision
D-2 Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH): What the Science Tells Us and How New York City and State Initiatives are Aligning to Advance IECMH
D-4 From Enemies to Friends: Addressing Inter-System Breakdown through School and RTF Collaboration and Finding a Way to Work Together to Enhance School Success
D-5 Effective Communication Skills for a Valued Workforce
D-6 Residential Services for Children and Families in the Home and Community - Where Are They Now?