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PHOTO: In Indiana, 22 percent of children live in poverty, according to the 2015 Kids Count Data Book compiled by the Indiana Youth Institute. Photo credit: Tamckile/Flickr.

Poverty at Root of Many Problems for Indiana Children

February 17, 2015 – Mary Kuhlman, Public News Service (IN) INDIANAPOLIS – Poverty is among the biggest challenges faced by children in Indiana, according to the results of an annual Indiana Youth Institute summary. Although the economy is rebounding from the recession, the 2015 Kids Count Data Book finds 22 percent of children in the […]

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Annual Meeting

At the Chapter’s Annual meeting Kim Rasheed receives flowers for her center’s ongoing support of the state Chapter by hosting Chapter meetings six times a year.

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CAC Staff from around Indiana Train in July

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 […]

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Indiana Chapter of National Children's Alliance