Michigan Association of Treatment Court Professionals conducting 22nd Annual Conference

The Michigan Association of Treatment Court Professionals will conduct its 22nd Annual Conference Thursday and Friday, March 31-April 1, at the Lansing Center in Lansing. 
This event will be presented as a hybrid event, which means that attendees can choose sessions workshops in-person, or remotely. MATCP, some speakers and all vendors will be on-site.

Among the workshops currently scheduled are:

• Legislative Update from Judge Harvey J. Hoffman (ret)

• Garbage Bag Suitcase – A Survivor’s Guide to the Long Terms Impacts of Children in Care

• Understanding Organizational Chronic Stress from a Trauma Informed Lens

• Emotional Regulation Techniques

• Family-Centered Collaborative Case Planning to Improve Family Outcomes (General or FTC Track)

• Housing Pilot Update with MATCP & Cinnaire

• Equity and Racial Justice from a Trauma Informed Lens

• Social Work Integration Into Public Defender Offices and Courts

• Beyond Alcohol – Successfully Navigating the New Landscape of Impaired Driving

• Stages of a Criminal Docket, a Family NA Case Docket, and a Family Treatment Court Docket

• Considerations for Developing a Child Welfare Drug Testing Policy and Protocol

•  Adoption of Virtual Services in Judicially Led Diversion Programs – Final Findings and Participant Findings

• Michigan’s Opioid Settlement Update

• Cannabis and Cars—Addressing the Challenges of the Marijuana Impaired Driver

• FTC Best Practices – How Michigan is Supporting FTCs Across the State

Cost for the conference is  $305 per person for either in-person or virtual.  For those attending in person, MATCP will be following any venue-based safety and health protocols that may be in effect at the time of the conference.  Registration deadline for attendees is Friday, March 4. Payments in full are due by Friday, March 18. To register, visit www.matcp.org.


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