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Sep. 12-13, 2016 - Annual Kids Are Worth It! Conference

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Join us as we celebrate TWENTY YEARS! The Annual Kids Are Worth It! Conference is being held September 12-13th at the Crowne Plaza in Louisville. You don’t want to miss out on this unique training opportunity. Where else can you sit alongside medical providers, law enforcement, social workers, counselors, legal professionals, educators, and others learning the latest tools surrounding child abuse and neglect intervention and prevention? Learn, network, and laugh with us! It will be the talk of the town! Have you heard what past attendees are saying? “I think it is important to come to this conference because it offers a wide variety of sessions that help people in education, in community based services and family resource and youth service centers. It is a great conference, and I know it is well attended every year.” - Carol Leggett, Training Specialist, Division of Family Resource and Youth Service Centers “This conference is one I try to not miss! The Kids are Worth It! Conference provides numerous training hours for various groups, national and local experts in issues affecting families and children, plus I get to spend time with some of the greatest child advocates and friends who daily are striving to strengthen families. It’s the best conference on child abuse prevention in Kentucky, and I highly recommend attending!” - Doug Jones, Region 7 Program Director, KY Family Resource Centers Hear from national and local experts! Topics include: Impact of Parental Incarceration on Children, Keeping Kids Safe in Chemically Dependent Families, Bruising in Children, Domestic Violence, Internet Crimes against Children, Common Synthetic Drugs on the Street, Supporting Families of Children with Disabilities and more. Register Now for the Early Bird Rate of $245! Visit: We look forward to seeing you in Louisville, September 12th and 13th!

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