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2012 Connecting for Children's Justice Conference
November 18-20, 2012
At the Sheraton Music City Hotel
in Nashville, TN
The 2012 Connecting for Children's Justice Conference is Tennessee's largest event focused on child maltreatment. We are really excited about the diversity of speakers and topics offered this year. For more information about the conference- please visit our at www.tncac.org/ccj.
Please complete the registration form in its entirety. You will receive a confirmation email when you successfully register. Attendees may pay by check or credit card. To pay by check click on "show other payment options" below the "order now" button.
***If paying by check, TNCAC will not recognize your registration until we receive payment. We will send an additional email to the attendee when the payment is processed.
Mail checks made out to TNCAC with your registration email confirmation to:
- TNCAC ATTN CCJ
- 1266 Foster Avenue
- Nashville, TN 37210
Include the names of attendees on the memo line.
Information about hotel room rates and continuing education is posted on our website. Additional information about the conference will be emailed to attendees the week before the event.
If you have any questions, email Katherine Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you at the conference!
Conference registrations are non transferrable and non-refundable.
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Tennessee Chapter of Children’s Advocacy Centers
The Children's Advocacy Centers of Tennessee (CACTN) is a statewide membership organization dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse in ways that are effective and efficient – and put the needs of child victims first. CACTN provides training, support, technical assistance and leadership on a statewide level to local child advocacy centers and communities throughout Tennessee responding to reports of child abuse and neglect.