2022 Sanctuary Network Days Conference

Community Connections – Powered by The Sanctuary Network
Three days of Social Learning and Self-Care

Dates: October 26 –28, 2022
Location: White Plains, New York

Join Sanctuary Network Members from across the country and around the world for three days of Social Learning and Self-Care in the creation of trauma-informed organizations and communities. The Sanctuary Institute’s Network Days 2022 focuses on sharing transformative experiences and strategies, and acquiring specific Self-Care techniques as shared by Network Member organizations in the practice of The Sanctuary ModelSM. Presentations and workshops will offer organizational leaders, teams and communities of practice opportunities to connect, reflect, provide hope and create paths for the Future through the application of trauma-informed and responsive practices during engaging sessions and workshops.

Be inspired and reinvigorated as you learn about current practices to help children, families, communities and stakeholders in promoting healing, restoration and building resiliency!

Check back and stay tuned for information on……
Keynote Speakers, Call for Workshop Proposals, Award Nominations, Event Registration and Location Information.

For general Conference questions please contact The Sanctuary Institute® Admin Team a: SIAdmin@jdam.org
Please note: individuals unable to attend the Conference will be granted a credit
If you are unable to attend, kindly reach out to Keisha Oxford at koxford@jdam.org

The Sanctuary Institute Background

The Sanctuary Institute®, a division of ANDRUS in Yonkers, NY provides training and consultation services to organizations that work with vulnerable adults, children and families with a goal of helping organization leaders reclaim a culture of hope and innovation. The Sanctuary Institute’s transformational process requires deep commitment, but rewards participants with powerful and measurable organizational change.

ANDRUS has a longstanding history in the New York metropolitan area for excellence in a range of services to children and families. In early 2001, ANDRUS became the proving ground for a trauma-informed organizational and environment-based intervention called the Sanctuary Model. Within five years of introducing the Model, ANDRUS‘ leadership partnered with Sanctuary founders to construct a training institute that would offer The Sanctuary Model to other human service organizations. The early successes of training and coaching other organizations in the implementation of Sanctuary sparked the birth of what is now The Sanctuary Institute.

This annual conference supports our global Network, which has embraced and practiced The Sanctuary ModelSM to create organizational change.