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    • 19 Mar 2018
    • 31 Jul 2019
    • Multiple dates & locations
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    Please complete this application to be considered for a spot at an upcoming 3-Day Forensic Interviewing Training.
    DO NOT sign up for FI training on PAAM's website!

    How does this application process work?
    The CACs of Michigan are guaranteed a certain number of spots at each training for CAC interviewers. Spots will only be given out to people that have completed this application. If there are more current applicants than there are spots, applicants will be filtered based on time on waiting list and description of need.

    Who should fill out this application?
    This application should be filled out by CAC staff requiring completion of PAAM's 3-Day Forensic Interviewing Training in order to complete their job requirements. If you are a CAC director/supervisor, you may also fill out this application for a person on your staff. 

    If your CAC needs more than one spot, please fill out the application once for each applicant.

    When and where is the next training?
    You can view PAAM's training calendar here. Please keep in mind, you are not guaranteed a spot at the next training by filling out this application. You will be contacted by CACMI staff regarding your application status.

    What does it mean that the application is "rolling"?
    You only need to fill out the application once. Your name is only taken off of the list once you have had the chance to attend a FI training. Do not fill out this application more than once for the same applicant.

    I filled out the application. What now? Should I also sign up for the FI training on PAAM's website? 
    DO NOT sign up for FI training on PAAM's website. You will be contacted by CACMI staff regarding your application status.

    • 03 Oct 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 04 Oct 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • The Guidance Center, 13101 Allen Rd, Southgate, MI
    • 16
    Register

    Practicing Effective Management Training

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    Practicing Effective Management provides managers with relevant guidelines and meaningful tools for workplace success. In this course, participants will understand the nuances of management vs. leadership, identify appropriate ways to support their direct reports through structured supervision, learn how to exercise effective time management, and effectively respond to the demands of the workplace.

    Through course materials and active teaching methods, participants are equipped with the information and tools needed to develop and maintain successful, strengths-based, professional relationships with their peers and direct reports while maintaining good boundaries between their job demands and personal life. Key aspects of this training are relevant to all levels and types of management, including clinicians, practice managers, shift or team leaders, supervisors, managers, executives, and health care professionals.

    This course is approved for 14 Michigan CE hours for Social Workers.

    Agenda

    Wednesday, October 3

    8:30-9:00am – Welcome & Purpose/ Agenda & Ground Rules/ Introductions

    9:00-11:10am – Understanding Management & Knowing Your Employees

    12:45-2:45pm – Communicating Organizational Issues, Work/Life Balance & Management by Objectives/Mission + Delegation

    2:45-4:00pm – Effective Time Management & Meeting Facilitation

    Thursday, October 4

    8:30-8:35am – Welcome & Review

    8:35-10:25am – Growing Your People, Self-Development & Managing Up

    1:00-4:00pm – Getting Results, Performance Evaluations & Putting it All Together

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    Presenters: Travis Atkinson & Sarah Bowman - TBD Solutions

    When: Wednesday, October 3 & Thursday, October 4, 2018

    Where: The Guidance Center, 13111 Allen Rd, Southgate, MI 48195 - Building #2

    Who: CAC supervisors, managers, & directors - anyone that supervises other staff at a CAC

    Cost: $34 (Includes boxed lunch, coffee, water, & snack both days as well as certificate of attendance!)

    Due to limited space, at this time, only one person per CAC may sign up for this training. Depending on the number of registrants, we will open the training up to more people after we’ve given every CAC a chance to send at least one person. Please indicate in your registration if there is more than one person from your CAC that would like to attend. Please register by September 1st and your CAC will be guaranteed at least one space in the training. After September 1st, CACMI will notify you if there is additional space available.

    If you are traveling 50+ miles to attend this training, you are eligible for a hotel room paid for by CACMI on October 2 & 3. Depending on the demand and need for hotel rooms, CAC's may be limited to only one paid room per CAC. Please indicate your interest in being considered for a hotel room on the registration form. CACMI will contact you with the details of your hotel reservation.

    Cancellation: If you need to cancel your registration, kindly let us know by Friday, September 28,  so that we may plan accordingly.

    • 11 Oct 2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • CAC of Ottawa County, 12125 Union Street, Holland, MI
    Register

    Advanced Forensic Interview Training
    & Expert Peer Review: 
    "Testifying as an Expert Witness"

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    Agenda

    9:30- 12:30pm - Advanced FI Workshop: "Testifying as an Expert Witness"

    12:30 - 1:30pm - Lunch with Presenter Q&A

    1:30 - 4:30pm - Peer Review Facilitated by Presenter(s)

    Forensic Interview Specialist, Amy S. Allen of Homeland Security Investigations and Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Deborah Carley from the Attorney General’s Office of Michigan will provide a training on testifying as an expert witness in court.  This training will be focused on testifying as an expert on the cases where you have conducted a forensic interview of a child in your center.  The presenters will provide scenarios, actual question and answer format and take questions from the trainees on experiences that they have encountered in court either from a prosecutor or defense counsel.

    Presenters: Amy Allen (HSI) & Deborah Carley (Attorney General's Office)

    Amy Allen has degrees in Behavioral Science and Psychology with a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice.  Over the last 24 years Amy has become an expert in forensic interviewing and its national and international protocols conducting over 6000 forensic interviews and testifying in court on over 300 occasions as an expert witness.

    Amy was the Director and Lead Forensic Interviewer in Oakland County from 1993-2008. In 2008, Amy took a job with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as a Forensic Interview Specialist.  With DHS she works cases involving child exploitation, human trafficking and human rights violations.  Amy lectures frequently to law enforcement, children’s protective services, judges, and the community on child exploitation and human trafficking. 

    Amy was invited in 2007 by The Department of Justice to travel to the Republic of Moldova to assist in the writing of legislation for four neighboring countries on child abuse crimes.  Amy has been to Rwanda to interview victims of the 1994 genocide and recently to Cambodia, South Africa, Manila, Cebu, Cameroon, England and Haiti to interview victims on child sex tourism cases.

    When: Thursday, October 11, 2018 - 9:30am - 4:30pm

    Where: Children's Advocacy Center of Ottawa County, 12125 Union Street, Holland, MI

    Who: CAC staff and MDT members that regularly conduct forensic interviews at a CAC are welcome to attend.

    Cost: $17 (Includes boxed lunch, coffee, water, & snack as well as certificate of attendance!)

    If you are traveling 50+ miles to attend this training, you are eligible for a hotel room paid for by CACMI on the night before the training. Depending on the demand and need for hotel rooms, CAC's may be limited to only one paid room per CAC. Please indicate your interest in being considered for a hotel room on the registration form. CACMI will contact you with the details of your hotel reservation. 

    If you are requesting a hotel room, YOU MUST REGISTER AND MAKE PAYMENT BY SEPTEMBER 23 at 5PM!

    If you are not requesting a hotel room, YOU MUST REGISTER AND MAKE PAYMENT BY OCTOBER 9 at 5PM!

    Cancellation: If you need to cancel your registration,  please email us at admin@cacmi.org. Cancellation must be made by October 9 at 5pm in order to receive a refund.


    • 22 Oct 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 23 Oct 2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • Oakland Community Health, 5505 Corporate Drive, Troy, MI
    Register

    Victim Advocacy Fall Symposium

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    Agenda

    Monday, October 22

    9:00am - Welcome & Introductions

    9:30am -12:30pm - Workshop:
    "Under One Roof: Working with Families Where the Offender is a Child in the Home"

    12:30 -1:30pm - Lunch with Presenter Q&A

    1:30 -1:45pm - Break

    1:45 - 4:00pm - Victim Advocate Peer Review

    4:00pm - Tour of Oakland County CARE House

    5:30pm - Social Hour / Dinner & Drinks
    (Attendee must cover their own costs.)

    Tuesday, October 23

    9:00am -12:00pm - Workshop:
    "All in the Family: Crisis Intervention & Assessment for Victim Advocates"

    12:00-1:00pm - Lunch with Presenter Q&A

    1:00-1:15pm - Break

    1:15-2:00pm - Informational Session:
    Michigan Victims Advocacy Network (MiVAN) - Katie Gregory, PhD

    2:00pm - Wrap-up & Evaluation

    Under One Roof: This workshop will provide information and strategies for victim advocates to work effectively with victims and families where the offender is a sibling/another child living in the same home as the child victim.

    All in the Family: This workshop will explore the types of dynamics that may be present in families experiencing interfamilial abuse and how those dynamics that can adversely impact victim resiliency. Participants will also learn how to effectively support strategies and interventions that promote victim and family recovery and resiliency.

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    Presenter: Jennifer Vernon Schoonover, Synergy Services, Missouri

    Jennifer Vernon Schoonover began as an intern therapist at Synergy Services, Inc. nearly 20 years ago and is now clinical director for Child, Family and Youth Services since 2012. She is responsible for all clinical staff and programs relating to children, youth and families. She oversees two Kansas City metro area offices and a rural office an hour outside the metro area. In her work as a therapist, Ms. Vernon has served clients from a variety of backgrounds including trauma, grief, criminal offenses, and family issues. She also provided counseling to students in schools within the rural community Synergy serves, and she helped train rural school counselors on issues unique to them. Ms. Vernon oversees clinical programs for teen parents, adolescent sex offenders and homeless and runaway youth. She manages the master’s level internship program and trains all interns and intern supervisors. She also participates in one of the community-based System of Care teams that helps provide wrap-around services to clients in need. She participates on the Coalition Against Human Trafficking through the U.S. Attorney’s Office, and she sits on the governor-appointed Child Abuse and Neglect Review Board in the State of Missouri. Ms. Vernon has provided much training on such topics as depression and suicide, attachment disorders in youth, treatment of adolescent sex offenders, and rural counseling issues and is a certified mental health first aid instructor. Ms. Vernon holds a master of science degree in counseling psychology from the University of Central Missouri and is a licensed professional counselor and nationally certified counselor.

    When: Monday, October 22 & Tuesday, October 23, 2018

    Where: Oakland Community Health, 5505 Corporate Drive, Troy, MI 48084

    Who: CAC staff and MDT members that regularly provide victim advocacy services

    Cost: $34 (Includes boxed lunch, coffee, water, & snack both days as well as certificate of attendance!)

    If you are traveling 50+ miles to attend this training, you are eligible for a hotel room paid for by CACMI on October 21 & 22. Depending on the demand and need for hotel rooms, CAC's may be limited to only one paid room per CAC. Please indicate your interest in being considered for a hotel room on the registration form. CACMI will contact you with the details of your hotel reservation. 

    If you are requesting a hotel room, YOU MUST REGISTER AND MAKE PAYMENT BY OCTOBER 8 at 5PM!

    If you are not requesting a hotel room, YOU MUST REGISTER AND MAKE PAYMENT BY OCTOBER 18 at 5PM!

    Cancellation: If you need to cancel your registration,  please email us at admin@cacmi.org. Cancellation must be made by October 18 at 5pm in order to receive a refund.


    • 05 Nov 2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • 06 Nov 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • TBA Credit Union 630 E Front St, Traverse City, MI 49686, United States
    Register

    Treatment of Complex Childhood Trauma: The Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency (ARC) Treatment Framework

    Presented by the Center for Trauma Training

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    Agenda

    Monday, November 5

    9:30am– 11:00am: Foundations and overview of the ARC Framework

    11:00am – 12:30pm: Caregiver Affect Management

    12:30pm – 1:30pm: Lunch Break

    1:30pm– 3:00pm: Attunement

    3:00pm – 4:30pm: Effective Behavioral Response, integration of attachment domain

    Tuesday, November 6

    9:30am – 11:00am: Introduction to regulation, Affect Identification

    11:00am – 12:30pm: Modulation, Expression

    12:30pm – 1:30pm: Lunch break

    1:30pm – 3:00pm: Executive Functions

    3:00pm – 4:30pm: Self and identity, Trauma Experience Integration

    The Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency (ARC) framework is a core-components treatment model, developed to provide a guiding framework for thoughtful clinical intervention with complexly traumatized youth and their caregiving systems.  Drawing from the fields of trauma, attachment, and child development, the framework recognizes the importance of working with the child-in-context, of acknowledging the role of historical experiences and adaptive responses in current presentation, and of intervening with the surrounding environment – whether primary caregivers or treatment system – to support and facilitate the child’s healthy growth and development.  Rather than identify step-by-step intervention strategies, the framework identifies 10 key “building blocks”, or intervention targets, key skills/goals within each domain, developmental and cultural considerations, and potential applications across settings.

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    Presenters: Dr. Jana Pressley, Director of Education and Professional Development at the Center for Trauma Training

    Jana Pressley is the Director of Training and Professional Development at the Trauma Center and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Richmont Graduate University.  At the Trauma Center, Dr. Pressley oversees the postdoctoral fellowship and advanced clinical practicum training programs, as well as the annual Certificate Program in Traumatic Stress Studies, while also serving in a clinical role as a therapist and supervisor. Dr. Pressley was formerly the Director of Clinical Training and Associate Professor in the Clinical Psychology doctoral program at Wheaton College Graduate School. Her research interests are focused on the experience of court-involved young adults who have suffered relational trauma in the midst of chronic poverty and community violence, as well as the impact of complex trauma history on adult spirituality and meaning-making. Dr. Pressley teaches trauma-related courses at the graduate level, and has designed and implemented trauma counseling specialization courses for graduate programs in close collaboration with the Trauma Center senior leadership. Dr. Pressley founded and directed a non-profit agency for uninsured/underinsured individuals and families in Chattanooga, TN. She is is a national ARC trainer and consultant, and also trains on the impact of trauma on adult spirituality.

    When: Monday, November 5  & Tuesday, November 6

    Where: TBA Credit Union, 630 E Front St, Traverse City, MI 49686

    Who: Mental health providers and victim advocates working at a CAC or as part of an MDT 

    Cost: $34 (Includes boxed lunch, coffee, water, & snacks for both days as well as a certificate of attendance!)

    If you are traveling 50+ miles to attend this training, you are eligible for a hotel room paid for by CACMI on November 4&5.  Depending on the demand and need for hotel rooms, CAC's may be limited to only one paid room per CAC. Please indicate your interest in being considered for a hotel room on the registration form. CACMI will contact you with the details of your hotel reservation. 

    If you are requesting a hotel room, YOU MUST REGISTER AND MAKE PAYMENT BY OCTOBER 3 at 5PM!

    If you are not requesting a hotel room, YOU MUST REGISTER AND MAKE PAYMENT BY OCTOBER 31 at 5PM!

    Cancellation: If you need to cancel your registration,  please email us at admin@cacmi.org. Cancellation must be made by October 31 at 5pm in order to receive a refund.


    • 19 Nov 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Children's Advocacy Center of Kent County, 2855 Michigan St. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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    This training session is ONLY intended for staff and MDT members of the Children's Advocacy Center of Kent County.

    If you are interested in having this training facilitated for your CAC/ MDT, click here!

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    CAC and MDT members who work with abused children often emphasize the importance of building resiliency in these young victims. However, they sometimes overlook the need to develop resiliency in themselves. If providers are unable to cope with the difficult situations inherent in their work, they are susceptible to secondary traumatic stress or burnout. To maintain a healthy perspective, then, providers must learn how to build their own individual resiliency. But it is also the ethical responsibility of the organization to create an environment that supports and encourages this critical strength for the effective functioning of the CAC/MDT.

    The "Building Resiliency in MDTs" training was adapted with permission from the "Building Resiliency in Child Abuse Organizations" curriculum developed by the Office for Victims of Crime.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify the five core elements of resiliency.
    • Describe how the core elements relate to the organizational resiliency model.
    • Describe ways organizations can implement strategies through the organizational resiliency model.
    • Identify challenges to resiliency in your MDT.
    • Create strategies to build capacity for resiliency in your MDT.
    • Create an action plan for implementing strategies for building resiliency.

    Facilitators:

    • Olga Mathis, Program Director, CACMI
    • Maggie Devlin Wright, Child Advocacy Center Coordinator, MDHHS

    This course has been approved by MCOLES and the Michigan Social Work CE Collaborative for 4.0 credit hours.


    • 29 Nov 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Armory, 215 N. Water Street Owosso, MI, 48867 (Drill Deck Meeting Area)
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    This training session is ONLY intended for staff and MDT members of the Child Advocacy Center of Shiawassee County.

    If you are interested in having this training facilitated for your CAC/ MDT, click here!

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    CAC and MDT members who work with abused children often emphasize the importance of building resiliency in these young victims. However, they sometimes overlook the need to develop resiliency in themselves. If providers are unable to cope with the difficult situations inherent in their work, they are susceptible to secondary traumatic stress or burnout. To maintain a healthy perspective, then, providers must learn how to build their own individual resiliency. But it is also the ethical responsibility of the organization to create an environment that supports and encourages this critical strength for the effective functioning of the CAC/MDT.

    The "Building Resiliency in MDTs" training was adapted with permission from the "Building Resiliency in Child Abuse Organizations" curriculum developed by the Office for Victims of Crime.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify the five core elements of resiliency.
    • Describe how the core elements relate to the organizational resiliency model.
    • Describe ways organizations can implement strategies through the organizational resiliency model.
    • Identify challenges to resiliency in your MDT.
    • Create strategies to build capacity for resiliency in your MDT.
    • Create an action plan for implementing strategies for building resiliency.

    Facilitators:

    • Olga Mathis, Program Director, CACMI

    This course has been approved by MCOLES and the Michigan Social Work CE Collaborative for 4.0 credit hours.


Past events

29 Aug 2018 Advanced FI Training & Peer Review: "Interviewing Victims of Child Pornography & Technology-Facilitated Abuse"
12 Aug 2018 Dallas Crimes Against Children Conference Scholarship Application
15 May 2018 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - CAC of Northeast Michigan
07 May 2018 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Train the Trainer
16 Apr 2018 2018 Child Advocacy Conference
16 Apr 2018 2018 MINCA Conference Exhibitor Application
13 Mar 2018 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Small Talk CAC
02 Feb 2018 What's FOIA Got to Do With It?
19 Jan 2018 MINCA January Board Meeting
03 Nov 2017 MINCA November Board Meeting
20 Oct 2017 Collaborate Database Training - Grand Rapids
18 Oct 2017 Collaborate Database Training - Roscommon
17 Oct 2017 Collaborate Database Training - Detroit
11 Oct 2017 Northern Michigan Mobile CAC Tribal/MDT Training
02 Oct 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Gratiot County
29 Sep 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Calhoun County
26 Sep 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Isabella County
22 Sep 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Saginaw County
21 Sep 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Bay & Arenac Counties
11 Sep 2017 MINCA Board Meeting
21 Jun 2017 MINCA Forensic Interview Peer Review Session
22 May 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Sanilac County
12 May 2017 MI Chapter National Children's Board Meeting
11 May 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Bluewater Area CAC
09 May 2017 MINCA Forensic Interview Peer Review Session
24 Apr 2017 Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance CAC/MDT Conference
24 Apr 2017 2017 MINCA Conference Exhibitor Application
29 Mar 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - IMSAFE CAC
20 Mar 2017 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting & Child Advocacy Day
06 Mar 2017 MINCA Open House
06 Mar 2017 MINCA Strategic Planning
23 Feb 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Northern Michigan Mobile & Safe and Sound CACs
08 Feb 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Lapeer County
26 Jan 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Kids-TALK (Detroit)
25 Jan 2017 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Kids-TALK (Southgate)
20 Jan 2017 Board Boot Camp - IM SAFE CAC
13 Dec 2016 MINCA Forensic Interview Peer Review Session
30 Nov 2016 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Muskegon County
21 Nov 2016 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Berrien County
18 Nov 2016 Building Resiliency in CACs/MDTs - Tuscola County
16 Nov 2016 MINCA Forensic Interview Peer Review Session
04 Nov 2016 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Annual Meeting
25 Oct 2016 Building Resiliency in MDTs - Traverse Bay CAC/MDT
12 Sep 2016 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
08 Sep 2016 MINCA Forensic Interview Peer Review Session
16 Aug 2016 Northern Michigan Mobile CAC Extended Forensic Interview Training
10 Jun 2016 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Sub-Grant Instruction Webinar
19 May 2016 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
18 Apr 2016 Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance CAC/MDT Conference
05 Apr 2016 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance VOCA Grant Training Day
17 Mar 2016 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
02 Dec 2015 MDT Response to Missing & Exploited Children
19 Nov 2015 MINCA Forensic Interview Peer Review Session
06 Nov 2015 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Annual and Board Meeting
21 Sep 2015 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
27 Aug 2015 MINCA Forensic Interview Peer Review Session
15 Jun 2015 MINCA Forensic Interview Peer Review Session
12 Jun 2015 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
20 Apr 2015 Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance CAC/MDT Conference
20 Mar 2015 Washtenaw CAC Vicarious Trauma Training
19 Mar 2015 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
30 Jan 2015 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
17 Nov 2014 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Annual Membership Meeting
12 Sep 2014 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
09 Jun 2014 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
30 Apr 2014 CAC Third Day Forensic Interview Training
28 Apr 2014 Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance CAC/MDT Conference
13 Mar 2014 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
24 Jan 2014 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
06 Dec 2013 CAC Third Day Forensic Interview Training
08 Nov 2013 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
11 Oct 2013 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
13 Sep 2013 (Meeting Canceled) MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting (Rescheduled for Oct 11, 2013)
14 Jun 2013 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
22 Apr 2013 Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance CAC/MDT Conference
21 Apr 2013 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
15 Mar 2013 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
25 Jan 2013 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
28 Nov 2012 Multi-Disciplinary Team Training
09 Nov 2012 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
20 Sep 2012 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Strategic Planning and Board Meeting
04 Sep 2012 Justice in our Communities: Investigation & Prosecution of Child Abuse
01 Jun 2012 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
23 Apr 2012 Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance CAC/MDT Conference
22 Apr 2012 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
09 Mar 2012 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
01 Feb 2012 OMS Program Training
30 Jan 2012 OMS Program Training
13 Jan 2012 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
04 Nov 2011 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
09 Sep 2011 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
04 Jun 2011 Champions4Children Walk
28 May 2011 Andre' Bosse Center Benefit Concert
13 May 2011 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
07 May 2011 Child Advocacy 5K Run/Walk
25 Apr 2011 Michigan Chapter of the National Children's Alliance MDT Conference
11 Feb 2011 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
12 Nov 2010 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
18 Oct 2010 Child Abuse and Neglect: Prevention, Assessment and Treatment Conference
10 Sep 2010 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
26 Aug 2010 Calhoun County Mini Golf Family Fun Day
23 Aug 2010 NDAA Strategies for Justice
09 Jul 2010 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
25 Jun 2010 Nathan Weidner CAC 15th Annual Golf Outing
23 Jun 2010 Testifying In Court
18 Jun 2010 Saginaw CAC Golf Outing
16 Jun 2010 André Bosse Centers’ Singing in the Light
16 Jun 2010 André Bosse Centers’ Community Foundation Match Day
06 Jun 2010 National Children's Alliance Leadership Conference
03 Jun 2010 Ottawa County CAC Child Abuse Golf Outing
22 May 2010 Annual TCCPCAN Golf Outing
21 May 2010 MI Chapter National Children's Alliance Board Meeting
20 May 2010 Kalamazoo Roof Sit to Stop Child Abuse
14 May 2010 West Michigan Conference on the Multi-Disciplinary Response to Suspected Child Abuse & Neglect

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