Statewide Parent Leader Conference

"Real Family Leadership, Real Involvement, Real Outcomes"

Saturday, November 13, 2010 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)

Trenton, NJ

Statewide Parent Leader Conference
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The Trenton Marriott Hotel
1 Lafayette Street
Trenton, NJ

Saturday, November 13, 2010 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)


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"Real Family Leadership, Real Involvement, Real Outcomes"

A Conference FOR and ABOUT Meaningful Parent Leadership

When three statewide, parent-run organizations work together, the possibilities for impacting outcomes for children and families are powerful.  Together we are gathering parent leaders from New Jersey's diverse communities concerned about eduction, health, child welfare, mental health and human services for this Statewide Parent Leaders' Conference.

Join Us as we demonstrate how "Real Family Leadership" is about how diverse parents/caregivers with a range of strengths and challenges can access the help and information they need to be leaders in their communities and beyond.  This conference will help prepare parents for "Real Involvement" -- working with each other, with community partners, with state agencies and policy makers. 

This conference is about "Real Outcomes" - strong parents, strong families, excellent schools, strong communities.  If you are a parent who wants to make things better for your own family and other families in NJ, this conference is for you!  Come, learn, share, network.  We can't wait to see you!

 A Partnership of the NJ Alliance of Family Support Organizations, Parents Anonymous of New Jersey, Inc. and the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network

 

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An exciting conference hosted by the NJ Alliance of Family Support Organizations, Parents Anonymous of New Jersey, Inc. and the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network