On February 11-12, Ruth Cosse and Nia West-Bey will be presenting their poster entitled “Maternal Depression and Young Adult Mental Health: Policy Opportunities at the Intersection of Poverty, Equity and Health Care Reform” at the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP) Annual Conference in Arlington, VA.
On January 18, Elizabeth Lower-Basch will be participating at CompTIA's Human Services IT Advisory Group roundtable discussion on possible federal policy changes within human services.
On November 6, Wendy Cervantes will be speaking on a policy panel at a roundtable event entitled "Mitigating the Risks for Children and Families Affected by Immigration Enforcement." The roundtable is hosted by the Center for Immigration and Child Welfare and New Mexico State University.
CLASP will convene the Fall 2017 meeting of the Communities Collaborating to Reconnect Youth (CCRY) Network in St. Louis on November 2-3, 2017.
On October 23, Kisha Bird will give the keynote “Our Youth, Our Economy, Our Future: Strategies that Make a Difference in Youth Workforce Development” at the Connecticut Department of Labor’s 2017 Youth Summit in Hartford, CT.