Sponsors and Exhibitors

National Safe Place Network’s conferences are an opportunity for you to showcase your brand and resources to community agencies, state and local government, universities, practitioners, youth, and consumers.

The National RHY Grantees Training attracts 800 federal staff, executives, board members, managers, and youth and family-serving staff from around the nation. 

The training features three keynote sessions including a FYSB panel, more than 40 workshops, networking sessions, a site visit to a local RHY grantee agency, and institutes. Sponsors, advertisers, and exhibitors network with conference attendees and play a key role in RHY grantees' efforts to keep youth safe.

By investing as a sponsor, advertiser, or exhibitor with the National RHY Grantees Training, your business will gain a direct connection to an expansive network of youth, families, and youth service providers in every US state and territory, many of whom are also key decision-makers within their organization.

Share your brand’s distinctive qualities, credibility, and products/services with leaders in the youth services field at the National RHY Grantees Training. NSPN has several partner levels. We are also happy to customize a package to meet the needs of your business or organization, with the benefits most important to you. Contact Rachel Hurst at rhurst@nspnetwork.org to discuss or sign up for your package today.

RHYTTAC is excited to have 16 sponsors, exhibitors, and/or advertisers at this year's national training. Here are a few! To view a complete list, please check out the training program

“National Safe Place Network (NSPN) ensures an effective system of response for youth in crisis through public and private partnerships at a local, state, and national level. They do this through the operation of three nationally recognized programs: NSPN Membership, Safe Place®, and FYSB RHYTTAC. To learn how NSPN can work with you and your staff to end youth homelessness and ensure safety for all youth in crisis, visit www.nspnetwork.org, email info@nspnetwork.org, or call 502.635.3660. Your needs. Your network. Together we can!”

“National Runaway Safeline (NRS) serves as the federally designated national communication system for runaway, homeless, at-risk youth and their families. Each year, NRS makes more than 250,000 connections to help and hope through its crisis hotline (1-800-RUNAWAY) and online services such as chat, text, email, and forum (www.1800runaway.org). NRS provides solution-focused crisis intervention and prevention services to youth families and community members throughout the country. NRS also manages the Home Free program in collaboration with Greyhound Lines, Inc.”

NoteActive logo

“NoteActive is a green technology (Green Tech) software product that replaces antiquated handwritten paper-based logbook documentation practices with modern digital logbook software. It aims to harness the power of technology and promote workplace advances that increase the productivity of its clients. NoteActive strives to build environmentally friendly software that helps modernize and advance workplace innovation for users across multiple industries through digital information capture, information dissemination, cloud accessibility, and analytics that better the performance of its users, their organizations, the communities they serve, and the world. Learn more at www.noteactive.com.”

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“Safe Place is a national outreach and prevention program for youth in need of immediate help and safety. This initiative involves community support to provide safe havens and resources for youth in crisis. Nearly 20,000 community and business locations nationwide display the Safe Place sign, making help readily available. Safe Place locations include libraries, schools, YMCAs, fire stations, fast food restaurants, grocery stores, transit companies, and social service facilities. To learn more about Safe Place or to bring Safe Place to your community, visit www.nationalsafeplace.org.”

 

 

 

 

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