Texas Campaign's 9th Annual Symposium
Learn Connect Inspire
Special thanks to our lead partner: Healthy Futures of Texas
San Antonio, Texas
April 6-8, 2020
About the Symposium
The Texas Campaign’s Annual Symposium brings together youth-serving professionals and provides them with training and technical support, gives them access to a network of experts with the latest information and best practices around this issue, and helps them learn effective ways to create change. The 2020 event features a partnership between the Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy and Healthy Futures of Texas, a San Antonio based non-profit organization also working to reduce teen and unplanned pregnancy while supporting the development of strong families.
The event objectives are to:
Provide the latest information on teen pregnancy and adolescent development that is appropriate for the diverse knowledge base and skills of participants;
Increase participant knowledge regarding evidence-informed interventions focused on culturally competent care for medically underserved adolescents living in Texas;
Share best practices for promoting adolescent and child health, youth-friendly services and trauma-informed care and to explore innovative programs of each;
Identify and invest in youth and young adult voices to draw in those who are directly affected by adolescent health advocacy;
Raise awareness of continuing disparities in reproductive health care access and outcomes that persist in many communities within Texas.
Introducing our keynote speakers
We are excited to announce that Nicole Lynn Lewis will join us as our opening keynote session and Gary Barker, PhD will serve as our closing keynote. Both bring a tremendous amount of expertise in teen pregnancy prevention and adolescent health outcomes and we can't wait to have them share their knowledge with you!
By supporting The Texas Campaign’s 8th Annual Symposium, your organization will be able to introduce your products, programs and services to highly-focused professionals from across Texas including social workers, counselors, nurses, doctors, and other clinicians, researchers, educators, youth service professionals, graduate students, and other key program staff who help shape young minds. The relationships that you build at this Symposium will lead to long-lasting collaborations that extend well beyond the close of the event.
With your help, we can continue to provide a valuable education, along with the tools and resources necessary for professionals to make a positive impact in their communities.
Click here to download the sponsorship packet and access a complete list of support opportunities.
Early-bird registration is now open and valid until Feb. 7, 2020
Two-day early bird registration: $320
One-day early bird registration: $160
Student (Under 26, full time enrollment required): $150
Book your room
The 9th Annual Symposium will be held at the Hilton Airport, 611 Northwest Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78216. Symposium guests are eligible for the negotiated reduced rate of $120 per night, plus applicable taxes. The negotiated rate is valid through Wednesday, March 18, 2020, or until the room block sells out.
Those wishing to stay in the event hotel should book their room at their earliest convenience as the hotel room block typically sells out.
About the Texas Campaign
The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, a statewide nonpartisan organization, aims to reduce teen pregnancy through research, advocacy, collaboration and training. We work to build constructive dialogue among partners statewide around teen pregnancy, adolescent sexual health, and effective prevention strategies though:
Research and Data: We analyze and disseminate data on teen pregnancy and teen birth. including prevention strategies proven effective globally, nationally and here in the Lone Star State.
Advocacy and Public Policy: We advocate for public policies that increase young Texans’ access to knowledge and healthcare to prevent unintended pregnancy
Strategic Collaboration: We partner with others across the state on programs designed to leverage local and regional resources with statewide systems change.
Training and Events: We ensure our partners have the opportunity to learn from one another and access the resources they need to advance the work in their home communities.