Ind. Court of Appeals Judge Michael P. Barnes talks about the responsibilities of a community for women, children, and families.
Jan Dunn could talk all day about positive changes that happen inside Child Advocacy Centers when they become accredited facilities.
Victim advocacy isn’t a totally new concept. It’s about ensuring there’s support for all families as they navigate new and often onerous systems and bureaucracies after disclosure of abuse.
Keynote speeches by Al Killen-Harvey about best practices for working with LGBTQ Youth opening both days will be followed by varied breakout sessions to benefit every member of the team.
After an ambitious plan and admirable fundraising efforts, the CASIE Center has been pioneering a unique layout for co-locating multidisciplinary team (MDT) members over the past two years.
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.
The conference is an opportunity for Indiana’s Muti-Disciplinary Teams to increase their capacity to assess child maltreatment.
“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.
This weekend leaders from INCACS headed to Washington, DC for the National Children’s Alliance Leadership Conference, the only event of its kind.
We work hard every day making a difference in the lives of Indiana children, but it’s also important to find a way outside of work to refocus. For Indiana Chapter Director Jan Lutz, that means racing cars.