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Shoulder to Shoulder is an all-volunteer planned conference without permanent funding sources. We rely on community partners and collaborations to operate because we know the need for quality cross-system training and dialogue is high.

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General Questions

E-mail info@stsconference.com or Call 1-800-496-2665

Scroll down to General Conference Information to find the answers to commonly asked questions.

Special Accommodations

Call: 503-241-0799 ext.15
E-mail:  info@stsconference.com

Scholarship Information

Additional scholarship questions can be directed to Yuko Spofford at
scholarships@stsconference.com or 503-988-4172

See our Scholarships page for more details about how to apply.

*Please note:

     -No refunds after October 20, 2021.

General Conference Information

Conference Schedule

Please visit our Agenda page to view the schedule and descriptions of presentations and speakers available at this year's conference.

Certificate of Attendance - Training Hours

Free certificates of attendance for 6 training hours are available after completing the post conference survey. 

Continuing Education Credits (CEU's/ CLE's) - Licensed Professionals

5.5 Continuing Education Credits are available, sponsored by Cascadia Training, after completing the post conference survey. Cascadia Training is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (Provider #: 6475) (recognized by NASW Oregon State Chapter).

 

 

2021 STS Committee Sponsors

Conference funding was made possible by federal grant funds from the Juvenile Court Improvement Program, and the Oregon Resource Family Alliance (formerly Oregon Foster Parent Association). Contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the grantors.