Evergreen Youth & Family Services is holding its annual conference designed to help youth-serving professionals acquire knowledge in best practices to improve outcomes for children, youth & families in high risk situations (poverty, abuse/neglect, foster care, mental health crisis, chemical dependency, etc.)
Evergreen’s Executive Director Ebony Warren and Executive Assistant Sam Greenwaldt talked with Kev Jackson (interview below) and said the event is geared for youth workers; nonprofit, tribal, educational, mental health, child protection, human service, social worker, and probation staff; and others working with youth.
The conference will run next Thursday and Friday (October 21-22) at the Hampton Inn.
Though the event is in person this year, there is a virtual option and COVID-19 protocols. For in person conference attendees, CDC guidelines will be followed. Mask wearing and social distancing will be in place. The team at Evergreen will continue to monitor, and if necessary, will move the conference to an all-virtual event.
Kev Jackson interviews Ebony Warren & Sam Greenwaldt: