23rd National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN)

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April 11, 2023 – April 13, 2023 all-day America/Chicago Timezone

Registration is open for the virtual 23rd National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN), which will take place April 11-13 and April 18-20, 2023.
The 23rd NCCAN will feature a variety of interactive learning and networking opportunities for field professionals, researchers, policy makers, parents, youth with lived experience, volunteers representing a wide variety of disciplines, and community-based providers. In addition, the 23rd NCCAN will offer a unique opportunity for leadership to come together and engage in action-oriented dialogue around the theme of this year’s conference: Doing Things Differently: Moving from the Challenge to the Change.

All individuals who plan to participate live in the virtual event are required to register.

The Children’s Bureau is committed to offering a program that features a cadre of compelling and thought-provoking speakers to engage participants in deeply meaningful conversations and learning opportunities to inform their work. The virtual conference will be presented over six shorter days to ensure that participants have the opportunity to fully learn from and reflect on the content delivered in each segment.

Following the conclusion of the virtual event, videos of all sessions will be posted to the NCCAN website for on-demand viewing and will be publicly available. To help us best plan for the number of anticipated participants during the virtual 23rd NCCAN, we ask that you only register for the event if you plan to participate live on either April 11-13 and or April 18-20.

Please visit the NCCAN website for additional details about the virtual conference. We hope to “see” you in April!

The NCCAN Planning Committee


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