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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|
The Conference’s Goals for 2023 are to:
Session Tracks at the 2023 Conference are:
Tuesday, May 30: Virtual Trainings and Sessions in morning and afternoon
Wednesday, May 31: Virtual Trainings and Sessions in morning and in-person in afternoon, Opening Keynote by Kien Lee of Community Science, Inc.
Thursday, June 1st: Breakfast ; In-person morning and afternoon sessions, mid-day interactive Plenary with Mary Pauline Diaz-Frasene of The Dinner Party, with optional evening activities
Friday, June 2nd: Breakfast; Sessions and Closing Keynote with Jonathan McMillan, Director of Gun Violence Prevention at CDPHE
Meals provided with registration are Lunch: Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday; Breakfast: Thursday and Friday
COVID-19 Health & Safety
In-person, COVID-19 safety protocols including requiring masks when indoors and not eating or presenting, vaccine or negative home/PCR test taken 3-days prior to event, and wavier attesting to follow outlined procedures will be required.
In the interest of public and community health, and value of making in-person events accessible to people from all walks of life and living situations, the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center (RM-PHTC) requires all attendees of in-person events hosted by RM-PHTC to abide by their COVID-19 safety policy, including:
A signed waiver and on-site verification and adherence to the above requirements will be required of all attendees.
Hotel Reservations at Keystone
Reservation for Keystone Lodge and properties: Use the 2023 Shared Risk and Protective Factors Conference online reservation system or call the Keystone reservations desk at (855) 332-1601 and use Group code: BKRSRPF23. 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.
Reservations for Hyatt Place Keystone: Guests can make lodging reservations by calling Hyatt Reservations line at 800-993-4759 and referencing rate code G-RP23. Or by using the Hyatt Place booking link: G-RP23 Shared Risk & Protective Factors Hyatt Place booking link
Group Lodging Block Cutoff Date: May 9, 2023