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ND Family Based Services Conference March 26-29

InForum News Brief FSA

BISMARCK — “Together Inspire Hope” is the theme of the 31st annual North Dakota Family Based Services Association (NDFBSA) conference Tuesday, March 26, through Friday, March 29, at the Fargo Holiday Inn.

The conference will feature local, regional and national experts who will discuss various behavioral health-related topics, youth engagement, childhood trauma and other children and family-related topics aimed at strengthening North Dakota families.

The conference kicks off at 9 a.m. on March 26 with a workshop on North Dakota’s coordinated system for responding to victims of human trafficking. Later in the evening, the public is invited to attend a free two-hour presentation on how an adolescent brain changes from childhood to adulthood. This event starts at 5:30 p.m. at the Fargo Holiday Inn and is in partnership with Imagine Thriving, an initiative of Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota.

Information about the conference, including online registration and a full schedule of events, is available at www.ndfbsa.org .

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