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2007 Mid-Atlantic Regional Training Conference Virtual Exhibit Hall

  • Associated Catholic Charities
    Catholic Charities is the leading private provider of human services in Maryland, widely known for creative and compassionate care giving and for developing programs aimed at self sufficiency. Among our programs for children and families are the Center for Family Services, Head Start, Chara House, St. Vincent's Center and Villa Maria Continuum. This continuum of care and services includes community based treatment services, special education programs, therapeutic foster care, pregnancy counseling, adoption services, and residential treatment. We partner with families, advocates, agencies and the local government to operate a wide array of innovative services and programs of varying intensities tailored to the needs of the children and families we serve. Our values of respect, partnership, compassion, diversity and excellence and how we apply them to the work we do each day are what distinguish us from other organizations. They have allowed us to become a leader in the field of child welfare, mental health and special education.

  • Baltimore County Department of Social Services - SPONSOR

  • Council on Accreditation
    The Council on Accreditation is an international, independent, not-for-profit accreditor of social and behavioral healthcare services. Over 1500 organizations have either successfully achieved COA accreditation or are currently engaged in the process.

  • D.C. Child & Family Services Agency
    The D.C. Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) provides child protection, foster care, adoption and supportive community-based services to promote safety, permanency, and well-being of children and families in the District of Columbia.

  • Essential Learning
    Essential Learning (EL) provides a web-based Learning Management System designed to meet the needs of human service organizations that serve children and families. The system comes with an extensive library of online courses, many accredited for continuing education. EL is the largest provider of E-learning services to human service organizations serving over 250 organizations in 40 states representing more than 70,000 employees. EL assists these organizations to reduce overall training costs and improve training effectiveness and consistency. EL offers a variety of pricing plans designed to make the system affordable for all sizes of organizations. Members of CWLA will receive a significant discount on services.

  • Esteam
    The Total: Impact System of products and services was created by Esteam, an organization of human service professionals, dedicated to providing the best in administrative and managerial support to our industry. The Esteam partners are able to provide invaluable insights, coupled with the navigation tools for the challenges you face.

  • GEM Art Studio
    Features educational and multi-cultural art lithograph prints by famed children's artist George E. Miller II, who created the "NCLB" print and the "It Takes a Village" print from the movie, "The Preacher's Wife." A must-see collection!

  • National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition
    The National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition reaches professionals, parents and policymakers through an organizational membership and diverse network of maternal and child health advocates. Enhanced by state and local coalitions that share our name and logo, the Coalition creates partnerships among nonprofit organizations, professional associations, businesses and government agencies.

  • Hillside Family of Agencies - SPONSOR
    See AdaptaCareTM Cottage, a revolutionary housing design that meets NYS OFCS, OMH, and ORMDD requirements, and enhances the therapeutic environment, and provides a safe home-like environment for clients. The design easily adapts to changing programs and needs without costly renovations. Exteriors can be modified to fit any campus environment.

  • Inventive Software

  • JBS International/Child & Family Services Reviews
    JBS International, Inc., contracts with the Children's Bureau to support the Federally-mandated Child and Family Services Reviews. We are currently recruiting experienced child welfare professionals as consultants to participate in upcoming reviews across the country and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including those who are Spanish-speaking and/or have expensive tribal experience.

  • Maryland Association of Resources for Families and Youth (MARFY)
    MARFY is a non-profit association whose membership encompasses 55 private-sector agencies providing services through nearly 200 programs across Maryland. Services are provided in group homes, treatment centers, shelters, alternative schools, day treatment programs, independent living programs, TFC homes and intensive in-home services for children living with their families.

  • MindNurture, Inc.
    MindNurture is a subsidiary of Teaching Strategies, Inc. that creates products and services that promote optimal early learning. The materials cover all domains of development with a special emphasis on language, and they promote parental understanding of children's development, increased parental participation in early education, and stronger parent-child relationships.

  • Project Adventure, Inc.
    Project Adventure is a nonprofit, international teaching organization that provides leadership in the use of experiential programming to promote individual growth, effective organizations and healthy communities.

    Project Adventure offers a complete complement of services including: open enrollment and custom training, custom youth programs, challenge course design and installation and program safety services, certification, props, equipment and publications.

  • Sequel Youth and Family Services
    Residential Treatment Campuses for male and female youth ages 12-18, in three different states. Community Based Services available also.

  • Social Work p.r.n.
    Social Work p.r.n. is a professional social work company that offers temporary social work staffing, temp-to-hire, and permanent placement services.

    We also provide training, continuing education, clinical supervision, and consultation services. We work in a variety of settings and fields of practice.

  • Staffing Plus
    STAFFING PLUS is a company that specializes in the placement of Social Service professionals in Behavioral Health & Education. We are experts able to address your needs on a permanent, contract and temporary basis. And we are an excellent resource to all mental health professionals looking for a career change or to supplement current income. The PLUS in our name is the extra service we provide, the caliber of our people and our unmatched client satisfaction. Our minimum requirement is to give you the PLUS.

    Transformation Education, known as TranZed, is an organizational philosophy and operating system that guides the creation of a culture that is compatible with how a child's brain learns and that transmits the values, skills and beliefs necessary to be successful in life.

  • Youth Villages
    Youth Villages is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children and families live successfully. Community-based services achieve long-term success for over 11,000 youth yearly in 6 states and Washington, DC.

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