North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence 2016 Biennial Conference

Categories: Domestic Violence

Transforming the National Conversation about
 Domestic Violence Through Homegrown Solutions

Registration Now Open!

Please join us May 17-19 in Winston-Salem, NC for the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence 2016 Biennial Conference! The conference will give those involved in the violence prevention movement the opportunity to engage in contemporary conversations and promote action to end domestic violence.

The pre-conference institute on May 17 will focus on domestic violence and children, sheltering and housing, and the campus response to domestic violence.

Conference Lodging

A special rate of $67.30/night plus tax is available at The Village Inn for conference participants. Reservations must be made by May 10th. You must call in order to make your reservation using the code “DOS” or letting them know that you are associated with the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

 

The Village Inn Hotel & Event Center
6205 Ramada Drive
Clemmons, NC  27012

(336) 766-9121

 

Registration Details

Early Bird Registration (Until April 10th)

$195 for NCCADV members

$305 for non-members

$50 for full time students

 

General Registration (April 11th – May 10th)

$245 for NCCADV members

$355 for non-members

$60 for full time students

 

Pre-Conference Institute

$75 for NCCADV members (Until April 10th)

$125 for non-members (Until April 10th)

$25 for full time students (Until April 10th)

$95 for NCCADV members (April 11th- May 10th)

$145 for non-members (April 11th – May 10th)

$30 for full time students (April 11h – May 10th)

 

Discounts

University Tiers (For college/university staff and faculty)

1: 5% off

2: 15% off

3: 25% off

 

Multiple Registrations 

We are proud to offer a discount for organizations that send multiple participants to the conference. When you pay full price for 3 registrations (at the early bird or general registration rates), your organization will receive a 4th registration for FREE. If you pay full price for 6 registrations, you will receive 2 additional registrations for FREE. In order to be eligible for this discount one representative from your organization or group must register and pay for all participants at one time.

 

Register here: https://nccadv.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5mussxtKf0kKVc9

 

Pre-Conference Institute Training Descriptions

  • Children and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Children who witness domestic violence is one of the categories highlighted in the Adverse Childhood Experience Study. Children exposed to domestic violence are at-risk of experiencing other forms of victimization or another adverse childhood experience.  It is the goal of this pre-conference institute to discuss existing programs and initiatives in North Carolina to address adverse childhood experiences and means to germinate best practices in other areas of the state.

 

  • Preventing & Responding to Domestic Violence on College Campuses

This pre-conference institute is intended for representatives from colleges and universities who are working on prevention, response, and/or compliance of domestic and dating violence (DV). The purpose of this institute is to offer training and networking with other campuses around DV programming, services, and policies. Additionally, the NC Campus Consortium Spring 2016 meeting will take place during this institute.

 

  • Sheltering and Housing Survivors of Domestic Violence

This pre-conference institute is intended for executive directors, shelter directors, and housing advocates from domestic violence agencies and housing and homeless service agencies. The purpose of this institute is to offer training and networking on topics related to the intersection of domestic violence and housing, including DV emergency shelter best practices and compliance and new directions for sheltering and providing permanent housing for survivors of DV.

 

Any questions regarding conference registration should be sent to Brie Sciales at gsciales@nccadv.org