Annual Mandatory DVS Subgrantee Meeting
May 23-24, 2017
Hilton Garden Inn, Casper, WY
Hotel reservation link (Reservations must be made by 5/2/17 to guarantee $89 rate)
Wyoming's Joint Symposium on Children & Youth - Crimes Against Children & Children's Justice
August 15-17, 2017
Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center, Laramie, WY
The WY Crimes Against Children Conference and the WY Children's Justice Conference have merged to create one advanced learning opportunity: Wyoming's Joint Symposium on Children and Youth (WJSCY). WJSCY is the leading statewide training event in the movement to prevent and end crimes against children.The Symposium takes a multidisciplinary approach to promoting innovative methods, distinctive approaches, and promising practices in responding to crimes against children and helping children and families heal.
Who should attend this conference?
Victim advocates, law enforcement, attorneys, judges, medical and mental health professionals, child and family case workers (DFS), CASA, child advocates, educators, clergy and anyone working with children.
Continuing Education: POST credits, CLE’s, PTSB credits, STARS Hours, Mental Health CE's and Nursing CEU’s will be available.
Please visit the WJSCY website for additional information and lodging options.
Compensation Training will be offered upon request via Webex. Please contact Lesley Osen, Compensation Analyst, at (307) 777-7177 to attend a training. Space is limited to 25 people per session.
Board Training is also offered upon request. Please contact your Regional Program Manager for more information. The Division of Victim Services Guide for Board Service is located here.
A recorded version of the VOCA PMT Reporting Training webinar can be viewed here.
A recorded version of the SFY 2017/2018 Application Grantwriting Training webinar can be viewed here.
A recorded version of the DVS Funding Application Training for SFY 2017/2018 webinar can be viewed here.
A recorded version of Part 1 of the WCADVSA's training on federal civil rights laws can be viewed here.
A recorded version of Part 2 of the WCADVSA's training on federal civil rights laws can be viewed here.