Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 1:00 PM CDT
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 4:00 PM CDT

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InterContinental Milwaukee 
139 E Kilbourn Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53202

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Kristin Bray 
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Welcome to the 2017 Annual Conference!

September 24-27, 2017 • Milwaukee, WI

The Healing Justice Alliance Annual Conference brings together the top experts and experience in the field of violence prevention. Together, we can truly build a community of healers.

The 2017 conference boasts a wide variety of leaders striving to reduce violence in their communities. This year's theme is Safety, Healing and Justice for Allwhich will continue to draw on a diverse audience committed to breaking the cycle of violence, promoting healing and moving closer to equity in communities nationwide. 

General Registration ($295) pays for the conference on September 25-26. Registrants can participate in a pre-conference networking day of activities ($95) and post-conference day of workshops for an additional fee. 

CME & CE hours available. If interested, please purchase them along with your registration.

CME ($100): Hours TBD

CE ($75): 10.5 social work hours

Hotel Reservations: To reserve, click here for $169/night discounted rate. Limited spots available, deadline is Thursday, August 31, 2017. 


  • Pre-Conference Networking Fun Day ($95): September 24
  • Conference: September 25-26
  • Post-Conference Workshops (including the Movement, How to Start an HVIP, and SMSV meeting): September 27

Location: InterContinental Milwaukee, 139 E Kilbourn Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202

About the Healing Justice Alliance

The Healing Justice Alliance’s (HJA) is a collaboration of Youth ALIVE!, Cure Violence, Berkeley Media Studies Group, and the National Network of Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs. HJA’s overall goal is to create equal access to culturally responsive victim services for male survivors of violence, with a focus on men of color. To achieve this goal, HJA seeks to provide a full range of data-driven training and technical assistance resources, including a vibrant peer learning community. HJA is helping the Office of Victims of Crime (OVC) and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) catalyze a national commitment to better serve men of color by supporting sites that demonstrate effective evidence-based models and promoting collaborative learning across like-minded communities.