2016 Conference

 NCADV's 2016 National Conference on Domestic Violence: Voices United

October 23-26, 2016

The Sheraton Wild Horse Hotel in Chandler, Arizona


Join advocates, victims, survivors, and allies for this critical domestic violence conference!

Voices United will bring together domestic violence experts from across the nation to address various issues that intersect. Topics will include, but are not limited to: advanced victim advocacy, system response, best practices in victim service delivery, institutionalized systems as well as emerging issues such as the intersection between guns and domestic violence. Exceptional and inspirational speakers and panels are already being confirmed.

This conference seeks to commission victims, survivors, advocates and other experts in the field to lift and empower voices of victims and survivors and inspire action toward a culture with zero tolerance for domestic violence.

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Registration and Pricing  

Registration for Voices United includes access to all plenary sessions, workshop intensives, and most meals (breakfast, lunch, beverages). 

NCADV Member Rate through September 23rd: $500 (Increases to $575 after the 23rd!)

Non-Member Rate through September 23rd: $650 (Increases to $725 after the 23rd!)

NCADV Members save $150 per registration off non-member pricing -- join or renew your membership now!  


Arizona domestic violence or sexual assault agencies receive 10% off per registration!


NCADV is offering 25 registration (only) scholarships to the conference to victims and survivors of domestic violence.  Scholarships cover the costs of Voices United conference registration fees only. Scholarship recipients will be responsible for transportation, accommodations, and any other expenses related to attending.

The deadline for NCADV scholarship applications has passed. If you are a survivor or victim looking for additional scholarship resources, visit this website from the Office for Victims of Crime.

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Educational Credits

We are applying for almost 80 Continuing Education Credits from the National Association of Social Workers for Voices United sessions and workshops. We are exploring POST credits and CLEs as well.

In addition, approval for use of Voices United sessions and workshops is pending with the Office on Violence Against Women – contact your grant manager for immediate approval!