“First step? Talk. That’s it. Just start having the conversation with your child.”
After attending a National Children’s Alliance video training, our own Jan Lutz and NCA’s Director of Chapter Development Kristie Palestino enjoyed a lovely evening out in St. Paul.
Holly and Det. Turpin together formed a dynamic duo. Through their partnership Holly’s House was created and a capital campaign launched.
Named after neonatologist and child advocate Dr. Bill Lewis, the Fort Wayne center serves as the voice of justice for children whose trauma has often engulfed them in silencing fear.
“Following the Evidence” is an special advanced training opportunity designed for multidisciplinary teams that will explain the benefit of MDT collaboration from start to finish.
While many people use this story to criticize the family, it is more important to look at the bigger picture of what this story represents.
Located in Corydon, IN Comfort House provides child advocacy center services for approximately 75 children and families a year.
This weekend leaders from INCACS headed to Washington, DC for the National Children’s Alliance Leadership Conference, the only event of its kind.
The Indiana Chapter of the National Children’s Alliance presented The CASIE Center, the Child advocacy center in South Bend, Indiana with its plaque for national accreditation on April 29, 2015
The center currently sees about 250 children each year serving LaPorte, Porter, Starke and Pulaski counties.