2023 Strong Families AZ
Home Visiting Conference
2023 Conference Theme: Creating Connections
September 19-20, 2023
Gila River Resorts Wild Horse Pass and Conference Center
5040 Wild Horse Pass Boulevard, Chandler, Arizona 85226
Thank you for your interest in the 2023 Strong Families AZ Home Visiting Conference. Registration is now closed.
If you would like to be added to the wait list, please email
[email protected] with your contact information.
We will contact you if we are able to confirm your registration request.
We are still taking registrations for the September 18, 2023 Pre-Conference Self-Care Retreat with Kelly Lubeck.
If you are registered for the Strong Families AZ Home Visiting Conference and would like to add this retreat to your registration, please email [email protected] to update your profile and receive a confirmation. Tickets for this retreat are $80.50 per person and must be paid by September 1, 2023 to confirm participation. Credit card payments are accepted through a third-party card processing system called Stripe.
In 2023, the conference will include the following programs.
You may register for all or some of these conference agenda options.
Statewide Home Visiting Conference Agenda
September 19, 2023
Join us for an exciting agenda specifically designed for home visitors and supervisors working in evidence-based or evidence-informed home visiting programs serving expectant families and families with children from birth to age five throughout Arizona.
Tribal Home Visiting Conference Agenda
September 20, 2023
(Concurrent with HRPP Conference Agenda)
A special day for home visitors and home visiting supervisors providing evidence-based or evidence-informed home visiting services to Native American families who are expecting their first child or have children from birth to age five throughout Arizona.
High Risk Perinatal Program (HRPP) Conference Agenda
September 20, 2023
(Concurrent with Tribal Home Visiting Conference Agenda)
The annual meeting for home visitors, home visiting supervisors, physicians, nurses, therapists, social workers, and other professionals working with patients in the High Risk Perinatal Program.