Registration is now open for the 21st NCCAN!
The Administration for Children and Families is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 21st National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN). Join us in Washington, DC on April 24–26, 2019, and come ready to participate in a program focused on “Strong and Thriving Families”, this year’s conference theme. Through workshops, policy forums, skill seminars, and other formal and informal platforms, the Children’s Bureau is committed to offering an experience that features a cadre of compelling and thought-provoking speakers, interactive learning opportunities, meaningful conversations, and engaging networking opportunities.
All individuals attending sessions at the 21st NCCAN are required to register using the online registration link.
Invited Speaker Registration:
NCCAN Invited Speakers are defined as those speaking during a plenary or master session only. These speakers will receive a separate speaker email with a registration link included. If you also plan to attend the conference, we request you also complete the online registration by April 1st.
If you are interested in exhibiting at the 21st NCCAN, please send an email to NCCAN@impaqint.com with the subject line “Exhibitor Information”. Accepted exhibitors will be provided a separate registration link to complete. If you also plan to attend the conference, we request you also complete the online registration by April 1st.
There are no registration fees associated with the 21st NCCAN.
Registration Made Easy:
This simple registration process will allow you to review the conference program and make informed decisions on session attendance. New This Year: The sessions you select during registration will be pre-loaded to the mobile app to populate your personal conference schedule. You must create a profile in the mobile app before the conference to access this feature.
Please visit the 21st NCCAN Registration Site to Register Today!