2014 Arizona Problem Solving Courts Conference
The Arizona Problem Solving Courts Conference attracts professionals from all segments of criminal justice in an effort to improve Arizona’s problem solving court system. The conference is being held April 28-29, 2014, at the Prescott Resort.
Apr 28, 2014 12:00 AM
Apr 29, 2014 12:00 AM
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The Arizona Problem Solving Courts Conference is here!
Welcome to Prescott, Arizona, on April 28-29, where nearly 400 problem solving courts professionals are gathering for 2 days of networking and great education by local and national keynote speakers as well as statewide problem solving courts experts. The conference breakout sessions have been split into five dedicated tracks: Evidence-based practice, Juveniles & transition-age youth, Mental health and trauma, Treatment, and Veterans. Click here to download the agenda!
For those attending the event, conference check-in opens at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, April 28, in the ballroom foyer of the Prescott Resort. On-site parking is complimentary. The conference sessions/welcome begin at 10:00 a.m. Lunch is providing on Monday, April 28, and is on your own on Tuesday, April 29.
Be sure to join us for the networking reception on Monday, April 28, from 5:15-7:00 p.m.
The slides, handouts and resources from the presentations featured at the conference will be placed on this page for participants to download. Resources will be posted as they are received - not all presentations are available as of yet.
Keynote speakers presentations:
A Criminal Justice Systems Approach to Healthcare Reform, presented by Michael Shafer
Evidence-Based Practices Track:
Outputs and Outcomes: Measuring and Evaluating a Problem Solving Court Intitiative, presented by Robert Hood
Mentoring Matters, presented by Lani Gholston and Kennedy Klagge
Recidivism and Pretrial Diversion Programming- What do we really know? Presented by Madeline Carter.
Juveniles and Transition-Age Youth Track:
The Affordable Care Act: Opportunities and Interface, presented by Monica Coury and Steve Tyrrell
Juveniles and Transition Age Youth Track - Making Hope Happen, presented by Dottie Wodraska
Addiction Neurobiology by Dr. Nitika Singh
Working with the Department of Veteran Affairs, group presentation
Part 1: The DSM-5 in problem Solving Courts, presented by Larry Sideman & Jeffrey McConihay
Part 2: Introduction to Psychotropic Medications, presented by Edward M. Gentile
Drug Testing and FAQ, group presentation
Mental Health and Trauma Track:
Defining Culture, Tradition, and Spirituality and their Impact on Individual Growth and Healing, presented by Misti Porter
Part 1: Lean on Me: Using Peer Supports in Your Mental Health Court System, group presentation
Trauma and Other Mental Health Issues in Teens in the Criminal Justice System, by Chris Meshula and Frank Saverino
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