2019 Registration is now live!
Register today for the 19th Annual Partners in Prevention Conference, November 5-7, the largest annual conference of prevention and early intervention professionals in Texas!
Early Bird Registration: $125 (ends September 20th)
Regular Registration: $150
Sarah Enos Watamura
Dr. Watamura is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Denver where she directs the Child Health & Development Lab and co-directs the Stress, Early Experience and Development Research Center. Her work focuses on the role of adverse, protective and promotive factors in families experiencing poverty, newly immigrated and refugee families, and includes testing promising intervention approaches.
Dr. Boynton-Jarrett, a pediatrician and social epidemiologist, is an associate professor at Boston Medical Center and Boston University School of Medicine. She is the founding director of the Vital Village Network. Vital Village uses a trauma-informed lens to improve community capacity to promote child wellbeing in Boston and support coalitions nationally through the NOW Forum.
This year’s conference will have more than 50 breakout sessions, awards, networking reception, documentary screening, exhibitor booths, and more.
Event registration will open in August 2019. Reserve your room today.
For questions, send us an email.
The Partners in Prevention Conference is hosted by the Prevention and Early Intervention Division of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter by using conference hashtag #pipcon2019.
2019 PIP Conference, November 5-7
2017 Award Showcase