OFCA 42nd Annual Resource Family Conference

    

Thank you for joining us at our 42nd Annual Resource Family Conference!

OFCA 42nd Annual Resource Family Conference

Friday June 8 – Saturday June 9, 2018, Central Ohio

OFCA’s Annual Conference is a time to connect and work towards building a better future for Ohio children.  Where families and professionals from across Ohio come together to connect, learn, share and build meaningful collaborations.  From this 2 day exchange of ideas, thoughts and information families will discover best practices, emerging trends and innovative ideas to support families and children touched by Ohio’s protective and juvenile justice system. You may even meet a friend or two 🙂 

Confirmed Workshops and Sessions

Excellent trainers!  Great people!  Interactive Workshops! 

               

Thank you for being part of our 42nd Annual Resource Family Conference.  It was an amazing experience and it only happens because of the input and commitment of many, including:

  • Our workshop presenters, who gave their time and expertise
  • Our board of directors and volunteers who worked to make sure the conference came off without a hitch
  • All of you who took time away from family and came to be a part of the camaraderie and learning
  • The staff at the Crowne Plaza hotel, who were accommodating, helpful and present throughout the conference

We also want to thank you for sharing a bit of yourself in whatever way you did. As much as our conference is about learning, it is also about connection. So many of you opened up and shared your stories. This is truly appreciated.

Next steps?  Take some of what you learned, no matter how big or small and share it with others you know.  If you have an idea, or promised to get in touch with us about volunteering, joining an advisory committee or starting a parent group, pick up the phone or send us a message. 

We hope the annual conference left you feeling refreshed and ready to tackle the challenge of working with and parenting our state’s most deserving children.

Best always, 

Wendi Turner, OFCA Executive Director