LaTamera Woodley, Conference Chair
Tennessee Head Start Association & State Collaborative
Camelot Care Centers
Kidlink Treatment Services
University of Tennessee College of Social Work
Tennessee Commission on Children & Youth
Tennessee Disability Coalition
Vanderbilt Office of Community, Neighborhood & Government Relations
Vista Points Special Needs Trusts
Tennessee State University Center of Excellence for Learning Sciences
Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities
Merry Blu Boutique
Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network
Catholic Charities of Tennessee
Southern Adventist University
Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee
Compass Intervention Center
Mental Health Cooperative
TN Health Care Campaign
Tennessee Voices for Children
The Partnership for Families, Children and Adults
The Samaritan Center
Signal Centers, Inc.
The Tennessee Justice Center
TN Network of Social Work Management
Chambliss Center For Children
Lauris Online, LLC
Sequel Youth & Family Services
TN Primary Care Association
Family & Children's Services
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TCSW's 104th Annual Leadership & Networking Conference is a statewide continuing education event for social services and other helping professionals. The conference includes multiple breakout sessions, three plenary sessions, an awards luncheon, and more than 30 exhibitors. Join us for 3 days of learning, networking, and fun.
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STAY AT THE FRANKLIN MARRIOTT COOL SPRINGS
Why drive when you can just be there?
Enjoy the full conference experience as a guest at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs. Call toll-free 1-888-403-6772. Beautiful guest rooms, free parking and wifi, and close to shopping. Why fight the traffic? Relax!
Up to 14 Professional Continuing Education Hours Available
Monday Morning Specialty Workshop 3 CEU's in ETHICS AND Multiple Professional Breakout Sessions
Exciting Keynote Sessions
Luncheon Awards and Acknowledgements
Monday March 20th 9am - Noon - ETHICS
“Ethical Considerations in the Context of Advocacy: An Essential Conversation” Ragan Schriver, LAPSW University of Tennessee College of Social Work Assistant Professor of Practice and Director, MSSW Program, Knoxville Campus
Sponsored by NASW Tennessee
$45 for TCSW members, $75 non-members
Approved for 3 CEU’s in Ethics by NASW-TN
Members* - $150 - $205 with Ethics
Non-Members - $185 - $270 with Ethics
Full-Time Students $60
*Member rate available to individual members and employees of member organizations
Member agency registering 6 or more for the full conference? Group discounts available.
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