Girls: Risk Behaviors, Delinquency and Interventions

A Conference for Educators, Law Enforcement, Mental Health Providers, Social Workers and Youth Serving Agencies

October 3rd and 4th, 2019 • Day One 8:30 to 3:30 • Day Two 8:30 to 12:30

Much work has been done to reduce discipline, drop-out, drug use, aggression and criminal behaviors related to adolescent females. California schools and communities continue to struggle with gender-appropriate prevention and intervention strategies. Agencies, for the most part, still rely on strategies focusing on male adolescents and adapt them for females. This conference will focus on what has been implemented successfully, based upon current research, for adolescent females.

Sessions will examine critical issues such as social media use and the link to depression, opioid and other drug use, girl to girl bullying, girls in gangs, human trafficking. Each session will discuss the trends and strategies. The conference will have several sessions examining successful strategies including school interventions, mentoring, girls circles, alternative education programs, building connections, youth leadership and more.

Training Outcomes

Greater Understanding of Current Risk Trends and Appropriate Strategies

Increased Ability to Implement Efforts to Reduce School Discipline, Arrests and Recidivism

Cost: 199 per person to attend Continental Breakfast and Lunch Included

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  • Bullying, Cyberbullying and Relationship Aggression
  • Girls in Gangs
  • Suicide Prevention and Intervention
  • Depression
  • Opioids and Other Drugs
  • Social Media Trends
  • Mentoring
  • Connecting with Frequent Flyer Girls
  • Gender Appropriate Discipline/Intervention: A Dean of Students Perspective
  • Building Resiliency in Adolescent Females
  • Running Effective Girl Circles
  • MTSS/PBIS with Girls in Mind
  • More!

Featured Speakers:

  • Dr. Mark Katz, Learning and Development
  • Clark Morrow, San Bernardino County Sheriff
  • Rocky Herron, DEA
  • Gabriela Delgado, Saving Our Starfish
  • Tinesia Conwright, DETOUR Empowers
  • Melissa Kelly, Kern County Superintendent of Schools
  • Jane Ruiz and Bianca Morales-Egan, PCI

And More

The Dana on Mission Bay

CSROA has arranged for a limited number of rooms at State-rate for the conference. Attendees may also reserve rooms for two days prior and two days after the event at State-rate.

To Register:

By Phone

Attendees may call our Reservations Department at 800-445-3339 and mention being a part of the CSROA Girls Interventions to receive the special rate.

Online Reservations

  • Group Booking Link: Please click here for online reservations
  • Group Code: CSROA19SAN
    • Go to and Click “Book Now”
    • Enter Stay Dates, then Click “Check Availability”
    • Click “Special Codes or Rates”
    • Click the drop down arrow and Change “Promo Code” to “Group Code”
    • Enter the Group Code CSROA19SAN