Annual Spring Conference



Thank you for your interest in the MSCA Annual Spring Conference. Please read below for information.



DoubleTree by Hilton

27 North 27th Street

Billings, MT 59101


Early Conference Registration

Opens Jan 6 ends March 7

Thursday, April 4, 2019


Chris Cavanaugh, DEA

Drugs What’s New, What’s Different and How it Affect Kids and Families

DFS Reports

How to Report, What Not to Gather and What to Expect


Earl Campbell, BPS Police,

Internet Crime Against Children Task Force

How Criminal Minds Use Social Media to Target our Youth

Receive information on the new apps and digital opportunities that criminals use to attack our youth and learn tools they can use to protect themselves.

Friday, April 5, 2019- One Day- Two Great Sessions


Julia V. Taylor, Ph.D.

Strengthening Sisterhood: Empowering Girls to Resist Societal Pressures, Fight Unrealistic Media Standards, and Develop a Healthy Body Image

This session will address these important issues, with a focus on helping girls develop leadership skills to combat and revive a generation that has become exhausted by body bashing, social media saturation, and the myth of perfection.

Self-Harm, Suicide & Social Media: Helping Students Ask for Help

This presentation will focus on helping students prevent, intervene, and break the code of silence regarding self-injurious and suicidal behavior. Participants will gain insight into the darker side of social media, including sensitive self-disclosures and anonymous communities of support, along with school-wide strategies to promote mental health literacy and encourage students to reach out for help.

AND FUN     *Prizes  *Registration night social *Thursday Night Social    *Pub Crawl