Hosted by Responder Life.
Tuesday, February 7
Wednesday, February 8 - Thursday, February 9
Salem Convention Center and Grand Hotel
$199 per person for first responders, chaplains, and mental health professionals
$100 per person for spouse/partner of first responder.
Spouses/partners of first responders are encouraged to attend and are eligible for scholarships.
Scholarships are available. Application for scholarships is available online at the registration page.
Included with Registration
There will be 4 general sessions over two days and multiple breakout session options. The topics to be covered include:
Lunch is included each day
Tuesday's Pre-Conference attendance is included in the registration.
The Grand Hotel
200 Commercial St. SE
Salem, OR 97301
To make a reservation,
please call 503-540-7800
at $159/king or $169/double queen per night
Hampton Inn & Suites
510 Hawthorne Ave SE
Salem, OR 97301
please call 503-362-1300
Thanks to the generosity of the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training and other sponsors, scholarships are being provided to first responders who require financial assistance in order to attend the 2020 Northwest Peer Support Conference in Salem, Oregon. The scholarship will cover the cost of registration ($199) which includes lunch at the pre-conference and both conference days. Preference will be given to those traveling 50+ miles and who represent rural/smaller agencies. However, anyone with demonstrated financial need is encouraged to apply.
Request for refunds must be received in writing no later than Thursday, Monday, January 30, 2023. A service fee of $25 will be charged for all cancellations received by that date. Refunds will not be made for cancellations requested or postmarked after Monday, January 30, 2023 or for participants who register but do not attend. No exception to this policy can be considered as our funds are fully committed to the production of the conference. All refunds will be mailed after the conclusion of the conference.
"911, What's Your Emergency?"
For most of us, this is the worst day of our lives. For the first responder, it is something they live every day of their lives.