U.S. Department of Justice approval pending. The Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Enhancement Training ("Enhancement Training") is a tribal-specific national training for tribal problem-solving courts. The Enhancement Training features wellness court best practices and innovative strategies. Training topics will cover adult criminal, juvenile delinquency, family dependency, DWI/DUI, and veterans models. This training is free and open to all. Learn more by visiting https://www.enhancementtraining.org/
14th Annual Government-to-Government Tribal Consultation on Violence Against American Indian and Alaska Native Women. Registration Open. Registration Deadline, July 31, 2019. Tribal Consultation on Potential Future Set-Aside Funding to occur Tuesday August 20, 2019. Register for this event separately. OnSite Registration available.
Framing Papers Available to support input on two topics:
**Increasing Tribal Applications**
**Proposed Grant Funding Incentives in Savanna's Act**
The United States Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) invites you to participate in a Tribal Consultation regarding how current and potential future tribal set-aside funding from the Federal Crime Victims Fund should be programmed. An informational framing paper is forthcoming and will provide relevant background questions for you to consider in advance of the consultation.
The Tribal Consultation on Current and Potential Future Tribal Set-Aside Funding will be held on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EDT with a break for lunch from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. The OVC Tribal Consultation will be held the same week as the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Annual Tribal Consultation at the Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds Casino Resort in New Buffalo, Michigan, co-hosted by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. Details are provided here on this website.
To register for the OVC Tribal Consultation and/or indicate your interest in speaking at this event, please visit the following link (to be provided). If you are planning to also attend the OVW Consultation, you must register for both events separately. The online registration deadline is July 31, 2019; however, you may also register on-site on August 20th at 7:30 a.m. in the Silver Creek Event Center lobby.
If you are unable to attend the Tribal Consultation in person, we strongly encourage you to submit written comments to OVC. The deadline for written comments from tribal leaders is September 16, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Please submit your comments via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via first-class mail to:
Attn: Allison Turkel
Office for Victims of Crime
Office of Justice Programs
U.S. Department of Justice
810 7th Street NW
Washington, DC 20531
If you have any questions or concerns about the Tribal Consultation process, please email email@example.com.We hope that you will be able to participate in providing feedback to the Department on this very important topic and look forward to working with you.
The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) annually hosts the world's largest conference on addiction, mental health and the justice system. This year, RISE19 will bring together leaders from all models of treatment courts, the recovery community, law enforcement, veteran service organizations, legislators and other key stakeholders to learn the latest evidence-based practices for serving individuals with substance use and mental health disorders. NADCP's annual training conference offers Continuing Legal Education (CLEs), Continuing Judicial Education (CJEs) and Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for most states. A Tribal track is available as part of this training along with numerous training tracks to support contuing court development and staff training. Learn more here: https://nadcpconference.org/
*OJJDP Tribal Grantees should review their travel requirements and training budgets with their assigned OJJDP Program Specialist prior to registration for training opportunities.
The OJJDP Tribal Grantee Strategic Planning Meeting is a free training for all FY 2018 OJJDP Tribal Youth Programs and Tribal Juvenile Healing to Wellness Court grantees. The strategic planning training is designed to support tribes to develop a strategic plan that will enhance their capacity to develop, expand, improve, and/or maintain their juvenile justice continuum with a particular focus on improving outcomes for tribal youth. In accordance with the Policy and Guidance for Conference Approval, Planning and Reporting, this event is approved. Conference ID: OJJDP042319CA01
If you have any questions, please contact your assigned TLPI Tribal Youth Programs Training and Technical Assistant Program Specialist or email TribalYouth@TLPI.org.
Group Block Rate: $174/night + tax (Federal GSA max lodging rate)
Call in Reservations: (619) 564-3333 (reference meeting code: OJJDP)
Online Reservations: https://book.passkey.com/go/OJJDPTribalYouth
Reservation Cut-Off Date: Closed- Please contact the Tribal Youth Resource Center at TribalYouth@TLPI.org regarding any lodging issues.
The closest airport to the training location is the San Diego International Airport.
GROUND TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION:
The Hilton San Diego Bayfront is 4.4 miles from the airport (10 minute drive). Directions to the hotel from the airport can be found by clicking HERE.
Parking: $25 per day for self-parking (discounted group rate)
MEETING AGENDA: Click HERE to download a full meeting agenda. Visit the Strategic Planning Meeting to download meeting materials: https://www.tribalyouthprogram.org/resources/strategic-planning/
The OJJDP Tribal Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center is proud to announce the 2018 National Tribal Youth Conference to occur December 3-4, 2018 with the theme, "Reclaiming the Sacred Circle: Justice and Healing for Tribal Youth through Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment." The event will be held on the reservation of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, California. The meeting is a national gathering of OJJDP Tribal youth program and Juvenile Healing to Wellness Court grantees and other intervention, prevention and court-based programs serving Tribal Youth. This conference will be coordinated by the Indian Country Child Trauma Center through a cooperative agreement with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
This multi-track event will provide participants with the opportunity to engage with Nationally recognized experts in the fields of Tribal juvenile justice, connect with other court-based programming, delinquency prevention, intervention and community based efforts, and learn about strategies to support and promote safety in Tribal communities.
This conference has received Federal Approval.
Event Registration: Registration will remain open online through Wednesday November 21, 2018. On-site registration will be available December 3, 2018 starting 7:30 a.m. Link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-national-tribal-youth-conference-tickets-49714828390
Lodging Information:Conference attendees should contact the Hilton to make hotel reservations. Participants can call 1-760-320-6868 or click this link. A block code has been provided for OJJDP Tribal Grantees via email. Please check with your OJJDP point of contact for the block code or email us at TribalYouthTTACenter@ouhsc.edu if you did not receive a notification of the block code. You must book prior to November 18, 2018 cutoff date to receive the reduced conference rate of $109.00 per night. Please note that the conference lodging will require a deposit upon reservation.
Conference Agenda: Check out the 2018 National Tribal Youth Conference Brochure for a complete meeting agenda, track descriptions and session overviews! Check out the Conference Agenda Overview as needed for quick review of session title and times.
NEW! Speaker Biographies : Learn more about all of the great speakers that will present at the 2018 National Tribal Youth Conference.
NEW! Conference Materials: Click on the presentation to download a copy of the session materials. Materials will be uploaded as they are provided to us by the presenter. Following the conference, session materials may also be requested via email at TribalYouthTTACenter@ouhsc.edu
Plenary Presentation Day 1:
Carlos Rivera "
From Grieving to Believing, A Brother's Story "
Johanna Farmer and Annette Leyva
The Building of a Youth Diversion Program
Mark Espinosa and Carrie Greene
Caring for Native Youth with Substance Use Disorders
Elizabeth Santiago and Desiree Robertson
Mentoring for Inspiration and Action
Drum-Assisted Recovery Therapy for Native Americans (DARTNA)
Erin Thin Elk and Kris Miner SchweigertBuilding Cohesion and Community Collectives- Tribal Youth Circle
Evan Elkin, Dolores Subia Bigfoot, Chantel Cloud
Screening and Assessment to Support Tribal Youth- Creating Culturally Relevant Tools and Resources
Youth Violence Reduction Causes and Cessation
Whitney Gravelle, Candace LeBlanc, Joshua Hudson
Creating Connections for Youth through Culture, Court, and Club
Chantel Cloud, Tiffany Jackson, Shelley Kaleak, Tracy Benson, Anna Rangel Clough
Perspectives on Development of Tribal Juvenile Healing to Wellness Court- Panel Discussion and Peer Dialogue
Exhibitors: Limited exhibitor space is available. Please email Cortney-Yarholar@ouhsc.edu for information related to exhibitor space.
The OJJDP Tribal Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center looks forward to recognizing the outstanding leadership efforts and impactful work taking place in communities across Indian country. Nominate a leader from your community who is making impact in the lives of Tribal youth. You can also nominate youth who shows a promising commitment to community leadership. The honorees will be recognized at the 2018 Biennial National Tribal Youth Conference in December 2018. You can learn more about this exciting opportunity to honor a youth or adult leader from your community here: Tribal Youth Conference Honoree Doc