The Hope Effect

UCAP Conference   March 11, 2017   Salt Lake City

Hope Inspires Action

Despair drains power, but hope lights energy! Let’s work together to help people live happier lives free from pornography. We can support people in their healing journey and create a bright, safe future for children and families. Don’t miss this exceptional day of insight and community.

What is a UCAP Conference Like?

Wondering what it’s all about? Watch highlights from our past conferences and find out that it’s for people just like you who want to learn more about this critical social issue. Come and be part of our next event.

Watch all highlight videos from our last conferences.

Registration Starts Dec. 1, 2016

Price Qty*
General Admission Ticket - Preordered show details + $16.00 (USD)  
General Admission Ticket - Day of Event show details + $21.00 (USD)   Goes On Sale
March 11, 2017
25 and Under Discount Ticket show details + $6.00 (USD)  
Military Discount Ticket show details + $10.00 (USD)  
Add NASW CEU Certification show details + $10.00 (USD)  
Add RN CEU Certification show details + $10.00 (USD)  

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Salt Palace Convention Center

VENUE Salt Palace Convention Center 100 West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

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Who is the UCAP Conference for?

Leaders

Community leaders making decisions that create respectful, family-friendly communities. Church leaders inspiring people to rise above their challenges. Educators ensuring safe schools and teaching smart Internet use. Health professionals helping people heal from the damaging impact of pornography. Law enforcement connecting the dots between pornography and crime in our communities.

Families

Parents preparing children to safely turn away from pornography when they see it. Family members committed to support each other as they face the challenges of today’s media. Fighters determined to find recovery for themselves and their loved ones. Families using technology to restrict the reach of harmful content. Grandparents teaching positive values to keep their families safe and happy.

Advocates

Teens standing for freedom from distorted and damaging sexualized media. Young adults taking charge of the influence of media on their relationships and their life. Friends helping friends live happier lives free from pornography. Citizens raising awareness of the public health crisis of pornography in our society and leading community actions that make a difference.