Welcome to MSSA 201418-21 March 2014 ι Hilton Minneapolis
Join your peers, the leaders of health and human service agencies and the Minnesota Social Service Association for the largest, most comprehensive health and human service conference in the Midwest—our 121st Annual Training Conference & Expo, The Journey Begins Here.
You will hear from national and local presenters earning valuable CEUs
Have opportunities to network with public and private agencies, direct line staff and leadership
Visit more than 150 exhibits offering technologies vital to health and human services
Connect with members from your region
...being a member of MSSA —your professional and personal life will be enriched .
—Jeanne Lager, Retired Anoka County Human Services
Volunteer at the Conference!
Select the workshops you would like to monitor and email to Stephanie Kibler. Every time you volunteer, you can enter your name into the drawing for a $100 Visa gift card! In addition, if you volunteer for two or more sessions you will receive a free parking pass good for one day of parking in the Hilton ramp.
We are very excited by the quality of submissions received for the 2013 MSSA Health and Human Service Awards. It is obvious that the fusion of passion and dedication are being pushed to new heights. Click here to visit MSSA Awards page to make a nomination.
Overview of Information
MSSA is a leader in health and human service education and public policy. This conference blends keynote speakers, topic driven panels and workshops to provide attendees with the tools and techniques they need to compete in a changing world.
Administrative Support Staff, Board of Directors, Case Aides, Child Support Workers, County Commissioners, Direct Service Workers, Directors, Employment and Training Counselors, Financial Workers, Foster Parents, Nursing Home Administrators, Public Health Nurses, Social Workers, Students, Supervisors and Volunteers attend to gain information on the latest technologies and information for the human service field.
Conference topics include: Basic Needs—Poverty, Hunger, Housing; Children, Youth & Families; Health; Elders; Leadership in Health & Human Services; Children & Adults with Disabilities; Child Support; Financial Workers; Immigrants & New Entrants; Mental Health--Child, Adolescent, Adult & Elder; Survivors of Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault; Workforce Development for Special Populations; Chemical Dependency; Corrections & Probation; and more!
Free! Conference attendees can roam the exhibits at no additional charge when you pre-register.