21st Annual Safe at Home Conference

The 21st Annual Safe at Home Conference addresses emerging trends and practical issues in the field of family and interpersonal violence across the lifespan. Topics range from danger assessment related to intimate partner violence to technology-facilitated child sexual exploitation and adolescent sexuality to human trafficking to elder abuse. This conference will benefit professionals in law enforcement, child welfare, education, medicine, law, social work, victim advocacy, mental health counseling and other roles serving children and families.

Registration is not complete without payment. Registration includes lunch.

Individual Registration: $65 per person

Group Registration: $60 per person for groups of 5 or more from a single organization. Please include the names of attendees in the additional details section of the registration form.

CEUs for Licensed Social Workers and Mental Health Counselors: An additional $20 per person. Please include with your registration.

Make your secure online payment here. Under "Specify For:" state "Safe at Home".  

If you require a vegetarian lunch, please state on your registration form under Additional Details.

Payment can also be made by check, payable to NFMMC Foundation/FVIP and mailed to: Child Advocacy Center of Niagara, 533 Tenth Street, Suite 200A, Niagara Falls, NY 14301.


The Conference & Event Center Niagara Falls
101 Old Falls Street
Niagara Falls
New York
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Hotel Information: A special conference rate of $89 is available for a limited number of rooms at The Sheraton at the Falls, 300 Third Street, Niagara Falls, NY. This rate does not include taxes or a facility fee of $24.95 per night that includes free parking. Call the hotel directly at 716-285-3361 and ask for the Child Advocacy Center group block. We recommend that you call early due to limited availability.

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8:00 am-4:00 pm
For more information visit our website at http://cacofniagara.org/services/family-violence-intervention-project/ or call 716-285-0045.