As you and your family bring out the Halloween decorations and prepare for parties and trick-or-treaters, take time to read the following tips to ensure Halloween is safe and happy for your family and guests. AROUND YOUR HOUSE Make sure sidewalks, driveways and stairs are well-lit for visibility and clear of anything that may create […]
Gundersen’s ChildFirst forensic interviewing training is taking place in Lafayette, IN this week.
Jan Lutz, Director of the Indiana Chapter of National Children’s Alliance is attending the Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center Regional Summit, being held in St. Paul, MN.
Team-building exercises are a powerful way to unite a group and develop strengths
Emily Perry, Executive Director of Susie’s Place Child Advocacy Center attended the National Children’s Alliance Accreditation Bootcamp.
“Children are the holder of the knowledge, and it’s our job to just to get these children to share that knowledge.”
It’s been nearly three years since Jerry Sandusky’s crimes came to light. What has been done? Not enough.
Time and again Indiana Children’s Advocacy Centers say that coming together at statewide Chapter meetings to network and train is one of the most valuable meetings they attend. At the July meeting members learned about ways to reengage their nonprofit Boards of Directors and had great discussion about ways to connect with their multidisciplinary teams […]
The Indiana Chapter in partnership with National Children’s Alliance offered trauma focused-cognitive behavioral therapy training to 28 professionals in the social services and law enforcement industry last week.
Member’s of various Children Advocacy Centers from around Indiana made the trip to Washington DC for the 2014 National Children’s Alliance Leadership Conference. From June 1st thru 4th they attended the conference and visited with our State Senators. While there Jan Lutz was presented with the 2014 Outstanding Chapter Leader Award for her outstanding leadership as […]