JOINING FORCES Conference Program

Our JOINING FORCES Conference Program is now available online! Click here to view schedules, workshop descriptions, and speaker biographies all in one stop.

The 25th annual JOINING FORCES Conference on Child Abuse and Family Violence will be held November 12-14, 2012 at the beautiful Davis Conference Center in Layton, Utah. Presented by Prevent Child Abuse Utah, this conference focuses on four tracks: Prevention, Investigation, Prosecution, and Treatment. Hundreds of case workers, therapists, law enforcement officers, medical professionals, prosecutors, parents, educators, and many others attend every year. We would love to have YOU there too! 


JOINING FORCES will feature a keynote speaker every morning for all attendees, plus a post-conference luncheon for an additional charge:

The conference kicks off Monday, November 12 with the wonderful Dan Powers. Click to read about his address titled, “It’s Not Easy Being Green, or Doing THIS for a Living… Wellness/Survival and the Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach to Child Abuse!”

Tuesday, November 13 features Cordelia Anderson presenting “Dr. Seuss to Pornography” at 8:30 am.

See a case study panel on the tragic death of Shelby Andrews on the morning of Wednesday, November 14.

JOINING FORCES concludes on Wednesday afternoon with a luncheon and keynote address titled “From Victim to Survivor: Moving From Pain to Healing and Empowerment” by Desirae and Deondra Brown of the 5 Browns. Please call us to reserve your seat at the luncheon in advance.


Click here to register for the conference or visit our website.

Questions or comments? Call us at 801-393-3366 or toll-free at 1-800-CHILDREN.

Follow our blog for daily updates about JOINING FORCES and other agency news and events.


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