Brevard Family Partnership, Brevard C.A.R.E.S. and the National Wraparound Initiative present Changing Tides: Innovations in Wraparound national conference

February 16 -18, 2011

Registration: $425 per person

Conference and Accommodations at the beautiful Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront Hotel


Register now to listen, learn, and share with recognized leaders in the field of Wraparound! 

Keynotes by
John Franz, Paper Boat Consulting - Wraparound and Resiliency
Dan Naylor, White Pine Consulting - Sustaining Systems of Care
Dr. Andrew Munoz, University of Pittsburgh School of Education and board member of Child Trends - National Trends in Strength-Based, Family-Centered, Youth-Driven Care

Special Workshops and Breakout Sessions Presented by
Dr. Eric Bruns, University of Washington, School of Medicine Division of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy
Gary De Carolis, Center for Community Leadership, Burlington, VT
Dr. John VanDenBerg, Vroon VanDenBerg, LLP

This year’s theme, Changing Tides: Innovations in Wraparound; Our Legacy, Our Future will deepen attendees understanding of how child welfare and system of care agents can engage in and undergo system transformation, through the implementation of wraparound values and principles of practice. The conference will:

♦Disseminate and share state-of-the-art information on the use of wraparound practices and models existing within child welfare and systems of care environments nationally;

♦Mobilize, inspire, and lead organizations to family-centered engagement modalities -as a catalyst for system transformation- by challenging personal assumptions and values in way that strengthen capacity and commitment to families; and

♦Create a forum for facilitating the exchange of information among individuals, groups, and institutions, as well as across professional disciplines through dialogue and break out sessions.

The Conference is open to everyone on a first-come, first-served basis.

*Topics include:
♦ The Brevard C.A.R.E.S. Model
♦ Theory-based Practice Model
♦ Resiliency and Wraparound
♦ Sustainability in Systems of Care
♦ National Trends in Strength-Based, Family-Centered, Youth-Driven Care
♦ Leadership and Systems of Care
♦ Wraparound and Child Welfare: Turning Unique Challenges into Positive Outcomes

*CEU Provided for Designated Workshops (LMHC, LCSW & LMFT)
The Children’s Home Society of Florida is approved by the Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling as a provider of continuing education. Provider number: BAP #109 - Exp: 3/31/2011

Cancellation Policy
Substitutions are allowed up to the conference date.  Cancellations may be made, in writing, through January 15, 2011 and, if payment has been made, refunds will be forthcoming, minus a $25.00 processing fee, per registrant. Cancellations prior to payment being made by January 15, will be billed the processing fee(s).  No refunds after January 15.

Welcoming Sponsors and Exhibitors

Promote your company to leaders and decision makers who provide wraparound, mental health, and child welfare services throughout the nation. The Innovations in Wraparound Conference attendees are responsible for a combined annual child welfare budget of approximately $25 billion.

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The "Innovations in Wraparound" conference is presented by...







Sponsored by Brevard Family Partnership and the State of Florida Department of Children and Families.