Please join us at the 74th IARCA Annual Conference this year!
September 18 & 19, 2018
Indianapolis Marriott East, 7202 E. 21st ST., Indianapolis, IN 46219
This year’s conference will feature knowledgeable speakers recognized both statewide and nationally for their expertise in youth and family services. You can find an overview of the content at our Workshops page.
When you're ready, click on Register to get started. If you prefer or need to register on paper, please email email@example.com so we can send you a paper registration form. If you are paying for multiple participants, select the Check/Purchase Order option. You can then mail us a check or contact us about making a bulk credit card payment.
You can even print out our conference brochure to share with coworkers. You can find it here.
Who Should Attend?
Professionals from foster care agencies, residential and group home care facilities, home-based providers, PRTF providers, Community Mental Health Centers, Department of Child Services, Department of Corrections, Juvenile Probation, Department of Education, and community-based youth serving organizations should attend. Workshops are designed for the following target audiences:
- CEOs & Executive Level Staff
- Supervisors & Administrative Staff
- Social Workers
- Case Managers
- Direct Care Staff
- Foster/Kinship Parents
- Family Case Managers
- Probation Officers
- Anyone Working with Youth & Families
This is an excellent opportunity to meet other providers of children and family services within the state of Indiana and share your educational and experiential knowledge of services available. Several breaks throughout the day and the daily awards luncheon are great ways to network with colleagues from around the state.
Continuing Education Hours (CEHs)
IARCA is pursuing Continuing Education Hours (CEH). More information to come.
DCS has approved both keynotes and all workshops for foster parent training hours. Your conference brochure and certficate of completion will serve as your record of attendance.
Psychologists who are endorsed as health service providers in psychology (HSPP) may also receive continuing education credits. The Indiana Psychology Board automatically approves some organizations and courses they sponsor will be accepted as long as the course relates to the practice of psychology. The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has been approved by the board.
- IARCA members receive a discounted registration fee. If your agency wants to join IARCA, please email Ann Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org). Visit www.IARCA.org for more details.
- Prices increase after September 1, 2018
2018 Fee Schedule - Fees include breaks & lunch each day
Full Conference Registration:
Member/Student - $170
Public Employee - $185
Foster/Kinship Parent - $100
Non-Member - $240
Full Conference & Senior Leadership Seminar Registration:
Member - $245 (this seminar is open to leadership staff at IARCA member agencies only)
Single Day Registration Per Day, September 18 or 19:
Member/Student - $100
Public Employee - $130
Foster/Kinship Parent - $50
Non-Member - $205
Senior Leadership Seminar + September 19 Keynote Registration:
Member - $125 (this seminar is open to leadership staff at IARCA member agencies only)
Late Registration (after Sept 1):
Member/Student - add $20
Public Employee - add $25
Non-Member - add $35-------
Each participant will be charged according to the fee schedule.
Full conference registration is for a single participant only and cannot be shared between multiple participants.
Questions? Contact us at 317.849.8497 or email@example.com