PLEASE NOTE: You must make your own hotel reservations this year. The conference program wraps upon Friday night with a closing banquet—we highly recommend scheduling your departure for Saturday, October 21.
“Unity in Helping”
The National Crisis Centers Conference
Presented by NASCOD and CUSA
October 18–20, 2017
At the Embassy Suites Hotel in Buffalo, NY – Reserve your room now!
Wednesday, 10/18 – Welcome Dinner
Thursday, 10/19 and Friday, 10/20 – All day conference sessions
Friday, 10/20 – Closing Banquet
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS: UNITY IN HELP
The 2017 National Crisis Centers Conference Committee invites you to submit proposals for presentations for the “Unity in Helping” conference which will be held October 18-20, 2017, in Buffalo, New York.
To submit a proposal, click on the link below and follow the instructions:
The deadline for submitting proposals is July 1, 2017.
Looking forward to seeing you all at what is shaping up to be a really awesome conference experience!
Why should you attend…
- Enhance your Vision and Leadership skills to aid your success!
- Workshops focus on management and leadership skills that will cultivate your effectiveness as a program Director/Manager.
- National networking opportunities available with experts in the crisis center field.
- Seek out information on specific issues and challenges that you are facing as a Director/Manager.
Here’s what previous attendees had to say:
This was the most relevant, enlightening and reinventing conference I have ever attended! Thank you so much!
Thank you for all of the hard work and preparation; this was a wonderful first conference experience.
I loved the chance to meet and talk with executive and program directors of crisis organizations – large and small – from all over the country. We found that we all have so much to offer each other: information, expertise, experience, perspective, support, and friendship.
I really enjoyed and valued the management level input of people who have jobs similar to mine in other communities. One of the best things about the conference is the hands on nature of the workshops and the intense peer to peer learning that happens. I haven’t experienced this at any of the other conferences I attend; this conference will always have priority in my budget!
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2016 Conference Presentations
Many thanks to the sponsors of our 2016 National Crisis Center Conference, presented by NASCOD and CUSA
2016 Premier Sponsors
2016 – Inspiring Hope, Phoenix-Tempe, AZ
2015 – Driving Change in your Community, Detroit, MI
2014 – A Grand Ole Opportunity: Creating Harmony in Your Crisis Center, Nashville, TN
2013 – Energizing the Life of the Crisis Center, Rochester, NY
2012 – Structuring Your Center for Success!, Albuquerque, NM