Workshop Proposal

Thank you for considering presenting at NH Children’s Trust 2020 Strengthening Families Summit, Supportive Communities, Strong Families, Safe Kids: The Prevention Connection, scheduled for April 21, 2020 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH

Please complete your proposal and submit it by November 15, 2019, end of day.  We hope to issue invitations to presenters by December 1, 2019.  If you would prefer a form to complete this proposal offline please email info@nhchildrenstrust.org to request it. You should be able to start your proposal and come back to it until you complete it.   Please call 603-224-1279 or email any questions.  

About the Summit: The NH Children’s Trust has held eight successful Strengthening Families Summits and a variety of other conferences and trainings. Approximately 250 providers, community leaders and parents from New Hampshire and beyond attend the summit yearly. The Summit is based around the Strengthening Families Framework, a research-based, cost-effective approach to in­crease family strengths, enhance child development and reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect. It focuses on building five protective factors that promote healthy outcomes and actions anyone can take to promote these factors in families.


The 2020 Summit will focus on successful strategies to promote family strengths at the individual, family and community  levels.  We invite those who are doing such work in their communities to showcase it at the conference. 

See more about the Summit and our Keynote and Plenary Speakers here

Summit Goal:  To inspire action that strengthens policies, culture, and behaviors that prevent child abuse and neglect and promotes health and well-being.

Summit Objectives:

1. Explore strategies and approaches representing various levels of the social ecology and examine how these create the context for healthy children, strong families and supportive communities.  

2. Highlight NH efforts that exemplify innovative strategies and approaches.


3. Explore social norms change concerning accessing community resources. 

 
4. Recharge and recommit to this critical work.


New Hampshire Children's Trust works to promote strategies that promotes safe children, strong families and supportive communities.  This includes the Strengthening Families Framework, the Essentials for Childhood Framework and work involving raising awareness of the importance of ACEs and toxic stress.  We are proud to offer this annual opportunity to convene leaders across sectors who help families be strong and children thrive.   Thank you for considering adding to the rich experience this day will surely be. 


We seek workshops that demonstrate local efforts that exemplify strategies to strengthen families that focus on children, families and communities. 

Please include in your proposal which of the objectives above your workshop meets and which level(s) of the social ecological model will be the focus of your presentation.  


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Social Ecological Model (Source)

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