DFCS Director, Tom Rawlings is confirmed for the retreat scheduled April 22 & 23 at the Jekyll Island Club. Gabrielle Sheely, our Family First Prevention Service Act consultant is also invited.
The retreat is designed to create a positive atmosphere in which thought leaders engage in meaningful and productive dialogue with our members to improve collaboration and practices for those whom we serve. Family Preservation Services Act implementation discussion will be front and center at this year's event. The retreat will be filled with opportunity for you and your senior staff to engage in meaningful conversations with child welfare leaders. There will be ample opportunities to network with your colleagues while you enjoy the beautiful and relaxed setting at the Jekyll Island Club. We trust you will leave the retreat encouraged and rested to better face tomorrow’s challenges.
Please link here to register for the retreat AND call the hotel to make your room reservation 912-635-2600. Our room block includes Sunday-Tuesday evening. Hopefully, many of you can arrive Sunday evening but if not, you should have ample time to make the drive Monday morning to arrive in time for the TG Annual Membership meeting 1:00 p.m.. Board members should plan to arrive early for their Monday morning meeting. The retreat will conclude at noon on Tuesday.
Click here to review agenda.
We hope to see you all in Jekyll!