[Tribal-drug-courts] Enter NADCP's Justice For All Contest to Win All-Inclusive Conference Package
Lauren van Schilfgaarde
Lauren at tlpi.org
Tue Feb 6 10:49:01 CST 2018
Enter NADCP's Justice For All Contest
Winners receive all-inclusive conference package
(Family Drug Courts are highly encouraged to participate)
Each year, the NADCP Annual Training Conference<http://cqrcengage.com/nadcp/app/thru?ep=AAAAC2Flc0NpcGhlcjAxSqiFWkSWOkzJFePPFigVma_23BGkTuOEstze1NNCiTfsWOJEdNibHjySgmLyBiYZjK6axkBiaNlRZfqYOrsMkkU0clwDMoGZG1fTl7-wbe_pxpARENXZVpQ4AcCCdFvcOM0nJKe2mPvb4K1swHIP6w&lp=0> offers treatment court professionals critical instruction on the latest research and best practices. This year, NADCP wants to hear about how you and your team incorporate what you learn at the conference to improve your program.
NADCP is excited to announce the Justice For All contest. Here's how it works:
Click here<http://www.nadcpconference.org/contest/> and fill out a short questionnaire describing how you improved your program by incorporating information you learned at the 2017 NADCP Conference.
NADCP will select up to two courts (and up to two people per court team) to attend the 2018 conference in Houston, Texas. Winning teams will receive an all-inclusive conference package and participate in a session to share their experience.
The deadline for submission is
Friday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. PST or 5:00 p.m. EST.
Contest winners receive up to two 2018 conference registrations (up to a $1,490 value); up to two roundtrip airfares (not to exceed $700 per airfare - up to a $1,400 value); up to two hotel rooms for five nights in Houston, Texas (up to a $1,500 value).
For questions, contact Kristen Deutsch at 571-384-1871 or kdeutsch at allrise.org<mailto:kdeutsch at allrise.org>.
Click here<http://www.nadcpconference.org/contest/> to enter the contest!
If you have trouble accessing the link provided above, please cut and paste the following URL: http://www.nadcpconference.org/contest/.
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