Annual Conference


SVN's 23rd Annual Conference Albuquerque, NM

May 7- May 10, 2014

Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town

CEU's Are Available

Register HERE

"Familias en Transicion, The Changing Landscape of Families"

The 2014 SVN Annual Conference will focus on how changes in family composition and structure have impacted our work in supervised visitation. Workshops and plenary sessions will focus on how to best serve the unique needs of these families and offer innovative approaches to enhancing our services for all participants


Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town is home to a distinctive blend of historic grandeur and contemporary comfort. Our landmark hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Old Town, offering luxurious accommodations and amenities including; on-site restaurant and bars, an Olympic-size outdoor swimming pool, a romantic wedding Chapel, and more than 62,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor events space.

In the the heart of Old Town, the Hotel Albuquerque offers a unique location amidst historic charms, easily accessible from I-40 and within 15 minutes of Albuquerque International Sunport Airport. Nearby downtown landmarks, restaurants, shopping and businesses, and many attractions are within walking distance.

The rate will be $119/night at this historic location HOTEL IS SOLD OUT

Please contact us at (904) 419-7861 if you need overnight rooms somewhere, we are working on additional options

Make Hotel Reservation HERE

A Night of Culture

Optional Thursday Night activity
Dinner and Show at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
May 8, 2014 6:00 PM
$60 per person
$25 for Children (12 and Under)


Tour the Gateway to the 19 Pueblos, where there are thousands of invaluable objects from each of the 19 Pueblos and other tribes of the greater Southwest. Visitors will see objects of different mediums such as jewelry, textiles, baskets, photographs, prints, paintings, and murals to archaeological objects. The bulk of our 2,000-plus collection consists of pottery in all its various forms, both contemporary and historic. Everything from the black-on-black bowls, jars and vases of the San Ildefonso Pueblo and the fine-line black-on-white jars of Acoma Pueblo to the golden micaceous bean pots of the northern Pueblos.


Experience a nationally recognized Pueblo dance group. Dancers explain the significance of their dances, share their cultural experiences, and interact with visitors during every dance performance. Relax as a local Pueblo flutist sets the mood.


Shop at Shumakolowa Gifts, a unique shopping experience, where traditional and contemporary arts and crafts created by artisans from all 19 of New Mexico's Pueblos are available.


Enjoy a gourmet meal serving local culinary treats and authentic cuisine.

You can sign up to attend when you register, or contact the home office directly if you need to add to your current registration.