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Registration is open at https://whova.com/portal/registration/sasrp_202206/ . We are monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 situation and have decided to remain in-person for the 2022 event with strict COVID-19 safety protocols.
It is expected that COVID-19 safety protocols will be in-place during the in-person event including attestation of full vaccination (or negative PCR test no earlier than May 29, 2022 for persons yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19) and liability waiver, requiring masks when indoors, and social distanced seating options.
Refund policy: Though we are unable to process refunds, in recognition of the uncertainty and fluid nature of the COVID outbreak, we are permitting the transfer of registration to another person at any time, or a credit towards the 2023 conference if registrant is affected by illness within 10 days of the in-person event.
The Shared Risk and Protective Factors Conference attracts adults and young people from across Colorado actively engaged in upstream or primary prevention efforts at the state and local level. By applying a ‘shared risk and protective factors’ lens, we can positively impact young people through reducing risk behaviors and increasing protective factors in the family, school, and community. This event aims to strengthen collaboration efforts across organizations and funders; build skills to enhance implementation of evidence-based prevention practices, policies, and programs; and highlight successful efforts of community-led coalitions.
This conference is intended for people currently engaged in creating connected communities and safe, healthy, and successful youth, including grantees of the following programs:
|Child Fatality Prevention System||Opioid Overdose Prevention Program|
|Collaborative Management Program||Peer to Peer Learning Network|
|Community Organizing for Prevention||Sexual Violence Prevention Program|
|Department of Education||Substance Abuse Prevention Program|
|Department of Transportation||Suicide Prevention|
|Essentials for Childhood||Tony Grampsas Youth Services Program|
|Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Systems||Violence & Injury Prevention|
|Maternal and Child Health||Youth Partners|
|Mental Health Agencies||and many more|
|Office of Behavioral Health|
Themes for Sessions at the 2022 Conference are:
Wednesday, June 1st: Grantee Meetings in morning (times vary); Youth Gathering; Opening Keynote, and Sessions in afternoon
Thursday, June 2nd: Breakfast with Keynote; Sessions 9:45am-3:00pm with optional evening activities
Friday, June 3rd: Breakfast; Sessions 9:00am-11:30am and Closing Lunch
Meals provided with registration are Lunch: Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday; Breakfast: Thursday and Friday
Hotel Reservations at Keystone
Use the 2022 Shared Risk and Protective Factors Conference online reservation system HERE or call the Keystone reservations desk at (855) 332-1601 and use Group code: BKRSRPF2. Book early for best available rooms and you are able to receive the conference discounted rate for 3-days pre/post conference, pending room availability.
Call in Reservations for Hyatt Place Keystone: To reserve rooms at the Shared Risk and Protective Factors 2022 Conference group rate, call (800) 993-4759 identify that you are with 2022 Shared Risk and Protective Factors Conference
Note: There is a $50 refundable hotel deposit required at time of reservation. The remaining balance will be charged 24 hours before the conference occurs to the card on file.