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We hope to see you Nov 14-16, 2022!

The annual Connecting for Children’s Justice Conference (CCJ) is one of the state’s largest gatherings of child abuse professionals. CCJ’s primary purpose is to offer participants a variety of relevant and informative professional educational sessions, as well as to provide engaging network opportunities, and so much more. CCJ workshops are grounded in best practices, informed by research, and meet the professional development needs of the conference’s core audiences.

November 14 -16, 2022
Embassy Suites: 820 Crescent Centre Dr, Franklin, TN 37067

Registration will open in mid September

For more conference information email CCJconference@tncac.org.

RFP for 2022

We have selected our speakers and the RFP process is now closed.

The Connecting for Children’s Justice Conference offers workshops that inspire and equip participants with skills and strategies to strengthen families, prevent child abuse, and ensure children’s healthy development presented by knowledgeable speakers. These workshops cover an array of topics to meet the broad needs of the diverse attendees. This is your opportunity to share your expertise and tap your creativity by developing an original workshop for presentation at the conference.

Proposals that provide engaging and interactive learning opportunities, focusing on advanced Child Maltreatment Topics will be considered.

Stay tuned for more information on the 2022 CCJ Conference

The following discipline tracks and topics are typically given priority:

 

  • Law Enforcement

  • Mental Health

  • Multi-Disciplinary Teams

  • Medical

  • Child Protection Services/Case Management

  • Legal-Child Abuse Prosecutions and Ethics

  • Leadership Development/Management

  • Victim Advocacy

  • Child Abuse Prevention

  • Forensic Interview

  • Human Trafficking/Sexual Exploitation

Frequently Asked Questions

November 14-16, 2022

Embassy Suites of Cool Springs

820 Crescent Centre Dr, Franklin, TN 37067

Registration will open in mid September

Requests are not guaranteed due to our limited budget, but our steering committee will consider them all.

Yes. CE costs are included, just select your CE when registering.

Faculty disclosure:  By participating in this continuing education activity, instructors agree to provide a sufficient basis for the interpretation of program information by informing participants of limitations of the content being taught, including contradictory evidence and its source.

 

Americans with Disabilities Act:  It is the policy of CACTN not to discriminate against any person on the basis of disabilities. Call CACTN at 615-333-5832 (ext.306) for additional assistance.

 

Speaker Opinions: The speaker’s opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions, views or beliefs of the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Tennessee.

 

Workshop Etiquette: As a courtesy to speakers and colleagues, please mute your zoom window while not speaking as well as silence cell phones, pagers, and other sources of noise.

 

Grievance Policy:

 

If you have a grievance, issue or concern during or following the conference, please contact a CACTN staff member by email to CCJconference@tncac.org

You may also provide this information by mail to:

 

Children’s Advocacy Centers of Tennessee

51 Century Boulevard

Suite 307

Nashville, TN  37214

We will promptly respond.

2021 Sponsers

 

Thank you to our 2021 Sponsors! CCJ 2021 was an opportunity to inspire and equip participants with skills and strategies to strengthen families, prevent child abuse, and ensure children’s healthy development presented by knowledgeable speakers. Our Sponsors were vital in making all of this possible.

 

Interested in being a sponsor in 2022, please contact us at:  CCJconference@tncac.org.