Wisconsin/National Drug Endangered Children Conference

July 16, 2019 – July 18, 2019 all-day
LaCrosse Center
300 Harborview Plaza; LaCrosse
WI; 54601
Rachel Alwin

Wisconsin’s Annual Drug Endangered Children’s Conference will be held in conjunction with the National Drug Endangered Children’s Conference and is being hosted by the Wisconsin Alliance for Drug Endangered Children.

The conference dates are July 16 – 18, 2019 at the LaCrosse Center in LaCrosse, WI

$100 per person
Conference fee includes conference materials, two hot breakfasts and one lunch.

Please note: no one will be admitted to the event unless payment has been made prior to entry. Payment will be accepted before the event or at the door.
Registration Deadline is: MONDAY, JULY 8, at 10:00pm 

Attendees are responsible for their lodging costs. Rooms are available at the Radisson Hotel La Crosse. Please contact them at 608-784-6680 to book your room. The Conference has applied for funds for lodging scholarships.  If these funds are provided, there will be a limited numbers of lodging scholarships will be to those willing to share a room. Any remaining scholarships will be awarded to attendees requesting a single room.  We are unable to accommodate family members.  Recipients of lodging scholarships are required to pay the $100 registration fee.

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Radisson Hotel La Crosse
200 Harborview Plaza; La Crosse, WI 54601
State rate of $82.00 with a registration deadline of July 1, 2019.  Call direct at (608) 784-6680 and mention you are with the WI Drug Endangered Children Conference.

Grandstay Hotel & Suites
525 Front Street North; La Crosse, WI 54601
State rate of $82.00 with a registration deadline of June 15, 2019.  Call direct at (608) 796-1615 and mention you are with the DEC Conference.


This event is intended for human / social services, law enforcement, victim service providers, prosecutors, medical personnel, corrections officials, educators, and others who interact with drug endangered children.

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