Mark Your Calendars for 2015: Evergreen’s 10th Annual Conference: March 19 & 20, 2015 at the Sanford Center in Bemidji.
Thanks to our generous 2014 Conference sponsors for keeping registration costs as low as possible:
♦Minnesota Children’s Trust Fund, St. Paul, MN
♦The Sanford Center, Bemidji, MN
♦Nystrom & Associates, Baxter, MN
♦Prairie St. John’s, Fargo, MN
♦WINGS Treatment Center, Lichtfield, MN
♦First National Bank of Bemidji, Bemidji, MN
*If you’re interested in sponsoring the 2015 Evergreen Conference, please contact Executive Director, Becky Schueller, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (218) 308-9005.
Promoting Positive Youth Development
Thursday, March 27 & Friday, March 28, 2014 – at the Bemidji Regional Events Center/the Sanford Center.
For Directions to the Sanford Center, click the blue hyper-link below:
Sanford Center, Bemidji, MN
Thank you for attending Evergreen’s 2014 Annual Conference: Promoting Positive Youth Development. We were pleased to welcome all of the 327 participants, plus display vendors, and speakers. Some speakers have provided handouts following the conference and you will see these listed next to their presentations below.
CEU Approvals: See CEU approval letters from the Minn. Board of Behavioral Health & Therapy for:
- LADCs MBBHT-LADC Approval
- The Saphire Brown Story: A Youth Anti-Bullying Performance For Saphire’s CD, please visit Overbeeks (music store) in Bemidji. There website is www.overbeeks.com. Their address is 502 Paul Bunyan Dr. SE, Bemidji MN 56601 and their phone number is (218) 751-6291. To schedule Saphire for a presentation at your school or organization, please contact Stacy Brown at the phone or email listed in your conference program.
- Bullying Prevention Strategies: Parent & Student Recommendations Bullying Prevention Session – STAR Leadership Program
- From Bi-Polar to Borderline Personality Disorder Short Bi-polar Version BiPolar to Borderline Session Handouts Quiet Time article
- Improving LGBTQ Cultural Competence to Support Youth K Hermes-GLBT Cult Comp-PPT PartA K Hermes-GLBT Cult Comp PPT PartB LGBTQ CULTURAL COMPETENCE Handouts LGBT Resources
- Working with Fetal Alcohol-Exposed Adolescents: Lessons from the Field Fetal Alcohol Session PPT
- Coordinated Community Response to Improve Domestic Violence Services for Youth & Families
- Keeping Youth out of Sex Trafficking Sex Trafficking Presentation Handouts
- Behavior De-Escalation Skills for Youth Workers De-escalation curriculum
- Anishinaabe World View: Improving Cultural Competence Gurneau – Cultural Competency Handout
- Adolescent Health Round Table: Share Your Vision Note: Participants don’t need to print these as packets will be provided in the session. These handouts are simply for your review. Adolescent Health Session Agenda Adol Health RoundTable Vision Statement Adol Health Round Table-Strengths and Challenges Summary
- Equine Assisted Psychotherapy & Learning Equine Assisted Therapy-Learning PPT Equine Session–What makes horse so unique in therapy Equine Session–EAP 101 Strengths Based Approach
- What’s Up with Youth Drug Use Trends in Our Local Area? Whats Up With Youth Drug Use
- Coats of Many Colors: Engaging People of Faith to Support LGBTQ Youth & Families
- Culturally Relevant Sexual Health Education for Northern Minnesota Native Communities
- A Mother’s Path to Healing [Note: Tanya White has a new email. Please reach her at: email@example.com]
- Getting Help for Individuals in Crisis: Mobile Crisis Team Scenarios Mobile Crisis Session-Acute Chronic Means Mobile Crisis Session-ACCESS CLINIC long form
- Ethics in the Electronic Age Ethics – Guidelines for Electronic Communication
- The Change Process: Helping Youth Develop Their Full Potential Short version of Elements for Change The Change Process Session Handouts Quiet Time article
- The Rights of Homeless Students Lauderbaugh MACMH – PPT presentation
Evergreen’s annual conference brings together youth-serving professionals and parents to share information, network, and learn from each other. In 2014, our focus is Promoting Positive Youth Development. As always, our presenters are passionate about their topics and many will share their personal stories and experience, along with their professional expertise.
This annual conference is intended for parents and caregivers, youth workers and nonprofit organization staff, tribal staff, teachers and paraprofessionals, mental health professionals and therapists, nurses, county child protection and human services staff, social workers, Rule 25 assessors, judges, probation officers, and others working with children, youth, and families. The conference is also appropriate for: ATOD prevention and treatment professionals, public health professionals, health educators, and other concerned community members and leaders.