The nation’s leading conference on juvenile sex trafficking
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Whether you are just getting started or have been working on the issue for years, we have something for everyone. Our training conference strives to provide intermediate or advanced presentations including core subjects as well as hot topics, criminal trends, and material rarely-seen at other events. With new speakers each year and an array of powerful new workshops, JuST 2018 will not only educate you, but also inspire action and expand your network. Join experts and professionals from across the nation to learn practical ways you and your agency can create sustainable changes and leverage your resources to tackle sex trafficking from all angles.
If you are a survivor and you would like to receive survivor specific communications about the 2018 JuST Conference, please email Brittany@sharedhope.org.
KEYNOTE: LESLIE BRINER
For over 20 years, Leslie Briner has served families experiencing homelessness, youth with developmental disabilities, youth in the foster care system and, since 2005, has worked with commercially sexually exploited (CSE) youth.
To date, she has trained over 7,000 people as well as providing substantial technical assistance and consultation on these issues in Washington State and across the country. Leslie works as a consultant with YouthCare and operates Social Strategies, a training and consulting practice based in Seattle, Washington as well as being Associate Faculty at the University of Washington, School of Social Work where she earned her Master’s in Social Work (MSW).
All General Admission tickets include the following: breakfast, lunch, wifi, access to all workshops and the annual networking social event.
Attendees this year will have the option of upgrading their attendance to include an Exhibitor or Vendor table at a reduced rate. All attendees should plan to arrive on October 15 and depart at noon October 18. If you don’t plan to attend workshops, but would like to be an Exhibitor or Vendor, scroll down for additional details.
Full refunds available until October 1.
Partial refunds (50%) available until October 8.
No refunds after October 8.
**To request a refund, you must email email@example.com and provide the attendee’s name, the purchaser’s name, and the ticket order number. All refunds will be subject to a $20 administrative fee. Refunds will be issues by check to the billing address on file within 30 days of request.
October 16 : 7:30am – 5:00pm
- AM Workshops
- Networking Lunch
- PM Workshops
- Networking Happy Hour
October 17 : 7:30am – 5:00pm
- AM Workshops
- Networking Lunch
- PM Workshops
October 18 : 7:30am – 12:30pm
- Closing Plenary
This year, we’re thrilled to partner with the hip Town & Country Resort which was built as San Diego’s original convention center. After 60 years, they’ve recently renovated the campus and reestablished themselves as a beautiful oasis that celebrates the 60s in California, with style and a little pizzazz. We know you’ll love their contemporary twist on one of America’s most cherished decades, as well as the great rates! In order to accommodate all budgets and room preferences, we are pleased to offer our attendees three options. Additional details, as well as photos, to assist your decision can be found on the hotel website.
TOWN & COUNTRY RESORT: Shared Hope’s room block at the Town & Country is officially sold out. Please call (619) 291-7131. Cancellations must occur 48 hours before arrival to avoid any fees. Attendees will receive a reduced parking rate of $10/day.
HANDLERY HOTEL SAN DIEGO: Shared Hope’s Room Block at the Handlery Hotel San Diego is officially sold out! In the event you need to cancel, please call 800-676-6567.
Cancellations must occur 72 hours before arrival to avoid any fees. Attendees are encouraged to book early before the block fills up. Attendees will receive a reduced parking rate of $10/day.
There are a variety of transportation options between San Diego International Airport (SAN) and the Town & Country Resort and Handlery Hotel San Diego including Uber, taxis and various local shuttle services. The hotels are located six miles (about 10 minutes) from the airport and both have ample self-parking spaces. Attendees will receive a reduced parking rate of $10/day at both locations.
All tables for 2018 are sold out, but opportunities for sponsoring the networking events are still available. Contact Brittany@sharedhope.org for more information.
Shared Hope International is supported entirely by private donations from individuals just like you, which means that the expenses of the conference are covered by tickets sales and sponsors. We’d love to have you or your agency become a top-level sponsor.
For more info about opportunities for event sponsorship at any levels, brand recognition (such as promotion at the annual Networking Happy Hour or other social events), and an easy way to connect with attendees, view our JuST Conference Sponsorship Prospectus or contact our conference coordinator.
We would love to talk with you further about these options and how we may be able to customize them for you. We also have another unique way to give back.
Each year, we receive many requests for scholarships from our Survivor network, which are funded by generous donors around the U.S. All donations contributed towards registration scholarships are utilized for conference registration tickets. Our survivors are an amazing group of leaders with unparalleled perspective and valuable contributions to the anti-trafficking movement. We’d be thrilled if you partnered with us in supporting their attendance!
If you or your organization would like to sponsor the JuST Conference event, or the attendance of a Survivor or other professional, you may do so with a donation of any amount at the following link by directing the gift to Where Needed Most.
This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval # 886539647-8349) for 13.5 continuing education contact hours. The 2018 JuST Conference has also been approved by NBCC for up to 12 NBCC credits. Sessions approved for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Shared Hope International is solely responsible for all aspects of the program (NBCC Approval Number SP-2928). Attendees may receive NBCC credits for a fee of $50 paid to Shared Hope International. An application for Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) hours from The State Bar of California is currently pending approval. Attendees that submit a survey for MCLE hours will receive notice of approval after the JuST Conference.