Our Sponsors

 

Exhibitor Tables

 

2017 Exhibitor Letter and Application (.pdf)

Register/Pay Online - Exhibitors enter access key '2017StSExhibitor'

Exhibitor tables are available for the day of the conference.

The exhibitor table fees are: $75 for 1 table host and $100 for 2 table hosts, which includes continental breakfast and lunch. Table rental includes table, chairs, and linens. Electrical included if indicated on registration.

To maximize conference participant engagement with exhibitors, we will be including several activities to promote traffic to tables. Conference participants who engage with exhibitors will also be entered into a drawing for a free scholarship for next year’s conference. Thus, we strongly encourage you to bring a gift basket to raffle to ensure high traffic to your table.

Exhibitor Applications/Payment must be received no later than - October 9, 2017

There are a reduced number of exhibitor tables available this year, so the tables will be allocated in the order that applications are received. Later applications will be put on a waiting list. Additional questions can be directed to Erin Draper at Swindells Resource Center - erin.draper@providence.org or 503-215-2429.

 

Conference Sponsors

 

We would like to thank the following sponsors for their efforts and contributions towards this year's conference.

Shoulder to Shoulder is an all-volunteer planned conference without permanent funding sources. The conference planning committee is comprised of statewide community partners from the child welfare and child abuse prevention fields. We rely on community partners and collaborations to operate because we know the need for quality cross-system training and dialogue is high.

To visit the organization's website, please click on the title.

Boys and Girls Aid

Building connections for a lifetime to improve the well-being of children. Boys & Girls Aid strives to find lifelong connections for children who face abuse and neglect. Founded in 1885, we continue to help Oregon’s children find permanent homes through adoption, while providing temporary shelter for children in transition.

Boys and Girls Aid
CASA for Children (Multnomah, Washington & Columbia counties)

Serving Multnomah, Washington and Columbia counties, we advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children who are under the protection of the court by providing Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs).

CASA for Children (Multnomah, Washington & Columbia counties)
Cascadia Training for Professional Development

A non-profit organization based in Seattle, Washington dedicated to training and on-going education for professionals in the mental health, counseling, addictions, and adoption fields. Cascadia Training is an NBCC‐Approved Continuing Education Provider (Provider #: 6475). (recognized by NASW Oregon State Chapter)

Cascadia Training for Professional Development
Children's Justice Act (CJA) Task Force

The Children's Justice Act (CJA) provides grants to states to improve the investigation, prosecution and judicial handling of cases of child abuse and neglect. The state is required to convene a task force, conduct an assessment of the child welfare system, develop recommendations to improve the system, and monitor the implementation of those recommendations.

Children
Citizen Review Board

Provides a citizen voice on the safety, stability, and supervision of children in foster care through impartial case review and advocacy.

Citizen Review Board
FosterClub

FosterClub's mission is to lead the efforts of young people in and from foster care to become connected, educated, inspired and represented so they can realize their personal potential and contribute to a better life for their peers.

FosterClub
Friends of the Children - Portland

Our mission is to provide our most vulnerable children a nurturing and sustained relationship with a professional mentor who teaches positive values and has attainable expectations for each child to become a healthy, productive member of the community.

Friends of the Children - Portland
Juvenile and Family Court Programs Division (JFCPD)

A federally funded project to improve court practice in child abuse and neglect cases. The Chief Justice appoints an advisory committee to help the project define priority areas for improvement.

Juvenile and Family Court Programs Division (JFCPD)
Morrison Child & Family Services

A non-profit organization that delivers specialized services to children, from birth through age 18, and families coping with adversity and trauma.

Morrison Child & Family Services
Native American Youth and Family Center

Works to enrich the lives of our Native youth and families through education, community involvement, and culturally specific programming.

Native American Youth and Family Center
Oregon Foster Parent Association

A statewide association operating within the foster, relative, and adoptive community. To improve the quality of the foster care system in Oregon and make Oregon foster homes the best they can be. Allowing each Oregon foster placement to become a home of safety and healing for Oregon's most vulnerable children.

Oregon Foster Parent Association
Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center

A non-profit program contracted to provide post-adoption services to Oregon DHS adoptive and assisted guardianship families at no cost.

Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center
Portland State University

Center for Improvement of Child and Family Services
Child Welfare Partnership

A collaboration between Portland State University's School of Social Work and the Oregon Department of Human Services. It is a university-based program that integrates child welfare research, training and graduate education into a unified, coordinated effort to enchance outcomes for families and children involved in the Child Welfare System.

Portland State University
Swindells Resource Center of Providence Child Center

Supports parents and caregivers of children who have special needs, developmental delays or disabilities. We provide resourcesinformation and education to communities throughout Oregon and southwest Washington.

Swindells Resource Center of Providence Child Center
Youth Villages Oregon

Serves families through community-based services. Committed to providing the most effective and cost-efficient treatment options to help children with emotional and behavioral issues, their families and youth aging out of state custody live successfully.

Youth Villages Oregon