Conference Overview

April 30 - May 1, 2019: Regina, SK


Summary Description

In recent years, there is been growing commitment among the public, private, non-profit and academic sectors to think differently about how human services are organized and delivered. Across Canada there have been many innovations in collaborative risk-driven intervention, interdisciplinary coordinated support and systems-focused solution building, among others.

This conference offers a unique opportunity to take stock of important developments in the field of community safety and well-being and to take part in interdisciplinary discussion and knowledge sharing that will help shape the path forward. The conference will also will highlight key innovations in practice, alignment and evaluation, moving from working in isolation to operating in a more interactive, multi-sector collaborative and client-centered approach.

Conference Objectives

1. Enrich understanding of a community safety and well-being approach to enhanced human service delivery;

2. Identify strategies to successfully implement multi-sectoral CSWB initiatives;

3. Gain knowledge on the benefits of collaborative approaches and the value of inter-disciplinary alignment;

4. Establish new networks for research and practice in the field of CSWB.

Who Should Attend?

· Human Services policy leaders and practitioners (Social, Education, Mental Health, Health, Housing, Corrections, etc.)

· Police leaders and practitioners

· Elected public officials

· Community-Based Organizations working in areas of community safety and well-being

· Academics, Researchers and Evaluators operating in this field.

Conference Details

Date: Tuesday, April 30 – Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton, Regina, Saskatchewan

Conference Scope: National

Targeted Attendees: Approximately 200

For more information please visit the conference website at http://cswbconfsk.ca/

Contact Shannon Fraser-Hansen at (306)384-2751 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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