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Monday, 27 April 2020 11:46

1st Virtual CAP Conference

Conference Program

Day 1:

9:00 am - 9:30 am MDT

Welcome - Denise Harlow, National Community Action Partnership Kim Lamb Community Action Partnership of Utah Board Chair & Andrea Olsen, Community Action Partnership of North Dakota

9:30 am - 10:30 am MDT

  • Becoming a Trauma Informed Agency - Jake Timmins, Katie Peterson & Sahil Oberoi,  Utah Community Action 
  • Board Roles and Responsibilities: Training & Orientation Tool for Public CAAs - Caroline Kelley, CAPLAW 
  • Why SNAP Matters - Alex Cragun, Utahns Against Hunger 

10:45 am - 11:45 am MDT

  • Coordinated Entry - Toni Tuipulotu, Five County Assocation of Governements & Justine Murray, Youth Futures 
  • Board Roles and Responsibilities: Training & Orientation Tool for Nonprofit CAAs - Jonathan Cohen, CAPLAW  
  • 101 of Utah 211 - Beth Martial, United Way 

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm MDT

"Community Action: Our Moment" - David Bradley, National Community Action Foundation

1:45 pm - 2:45 pm MDT

  • Two Generational Programs: Whole Family Approach - Tiffnery Marley and Jeannie Chaffin, National Community Action Partnership 
  • Risk Management in a Very Risky World - Kay Sohl, Kay Sohl Consulting 
  • The Census and Civic Engagement: A Broader Context - Lindsay Marsh & Ryan Gelman, National Community Action Partnership

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm MDT 

  • Social Determinants of Health - Amber Rich and Angela Choberka, Alliance for Determinants of Health
  • Rapid ROMA - Barbara Mooney & Carey Gibson, Association of Nationally Certified ROMA Trainers and Implementers
  • Connecting Rural Communiites with Remote Work - Andrea Schmutz & Russell Goodrich, USU Extension

Day 2: 

9:00 am - 10:00 am MDT 

  • Innovative Energy Partnerships - Meg Power, National Community Action Partnership
  • CSBG Annual Report: Lessons Learned - Katy Kujawski, NASCSP 
  • Considerations for Agencies when Working with Clients Remotely - Melanie Lockwood Herman, Nonprofit Risk Management Center

10:15 am - 11:15 am MDT 

  • Weatherization: NASCSP Update- Amy Klusier & Andrea Schoer, NASCSP 
  • CARES Act CSBG Supplemental Overview - Maribeth Schneber-Rhemrev & Hugh Poole, NASCSP  
  • Human Capabilities and Community Training (HCCT) - Aaron Wicks, National Community Action Partnership 

11:30 am - 12:30 pm MDT 

  • Weatherization: Innovation and Best Practices - Amy Klusmeier & Andrea Schroer, NASCSP 
  • Circles Panel - Jordan Barret, Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnership Lamont Hampton, Open Doors Kathy Givens, Community Action Services & Food Bank Julie Walker & Renee Raso, Southeastern Association of Local Governments / 
  • Cyber Security 101- Melanie Lockwood Herman, Nonprofit Risk Management Center 

12:45 pm - 1:45 pm MDT

Closing and Awards - Clint Cottam, Community Action Partnership of Utah

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Friday, 24 October 2014 00:00

Poverty Conference

Each year, CAP Utah holds an Annual Poverty Conference. The conference is designed to provide solution-based trainings, workshops and plenary sessions for Utah's network of Community Action Agencies and other community partners. The conference offers a forum for nonprofit professionals, government officials, and business leaders from across the state to collaborate with one another to strengthen low and moderate-income communities in Utah. By bringing together stakeholders for training, networking, and skill development, we strengthen Utah's low-income service providers' collective impact on the most vulnerable members of our communities. 

This year, CAP Utah is excited to partner with 2-1-1 to host the first annual 2-1-1 Talks - A Summit for Those in the Helping Profession. The event is designed to inform, connect, and empower professionals and volunteers who work tirelessly to meed the needs of others. Josh Penderson from United Way Worldwide will be speaking on the past, present and future of social services delivery. Lyn Christian of SoulSalt Inc. is giving the closing keynote, "You're Already a Badass; How Not to Forget It" which will focus on turning empathy into compassion to prevent burn out. 

Some topics on deck for breakouts:

  • Demystifying DWS
  • Finanical Stability for Service Providers
  • Creating Trauma Informed Practices
  • Suicide and Menal Health in Utah
  • Partnerships with 2-1-1 Data
  • Volunteer Connections
  • Self-Care: Mindfulness and Compassion Fatigue
  • Multi-generational Case Management
  • Access to Justice - navigating the legal system
  • Changing When Change is Hard
  • ACES
  • Parental Resilience
  • Mental Health First Aid
  • Domestic Violence and Building Bridges out of Abuse

The conference will take place on Wednesday, June 26th from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm at the Salt Lake Community College Miller Campus in Sandy, UT (9750 S 300 W).

Register here 

 

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