2018 Diversion Conference

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Please join us on Friday, October 26th – to collaborate on current best practices, share what we are doing well in Diversion and discuss how we can continue to improve!

Who is invited? 

All Juvenile Diversion Providers in the seven county metro area including: Non-Profits, County Attorneys, Community Corrections, County Probation, and Police Departments

Dr. David Walsh, Author and International Speaker

Digital Addiction has an incredible impact on today’s youth.
Learn what we can do about it from a Diversion standpoint –
to promote youth having a presence online while being safe,
healthy and doing activities that do not require wifi.


Hosted by the Diversion Conference Planning Team, in partnership with:

Friday October 26th, 2018

Where: North Heights Lutheran Church, Arden Hills Campus

Time: 8:30a.m. – 2:00p.m.

Cost: $15 (includes lunch).

Register Today! Prepay online with debit/credit, or Pay at the door. Cash, checks and credit/debit accepted.  Checks payable to Youth Service Bureau, Inc | memo: Diversion Conference

Registering a Group? Please provide First name/Last name/ Contact info/Organization and Role for each attendee, in the form ‘comments’ section below.

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Tentative Schedule:

8:30-9:00Check-in & Welcome
9:00-10:00Keynote: Dr. David Walsh- presenting on Digital Addiction
10:00-11:00 County Attorney/Speaker, details in progress
11:00-12:00 Judge/Speaker, details in progress
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:00 Diversion Agencies, Best Practices


For more information – please contact:

Lakes Center for Youth and FamiliesMatt Howard – Matt.Howard@LC4YF.org
St. Paul Youth ServicesSergio Andrade – sandrade@spys.org
Northeast Youth and Family ServicesTim Turner- timturner@nyfs.org
Youth Service BureauRavi Roelfs -Ravi.Roelfs@ysb.net


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