Indiana Center for Children and Families

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    Indiana Center for Children and Families

    Mental Health America of Indiana’s leadership subsidiary on issues of children’s mental health. The Center is located on the campus of Mental Health America of Indiana and provides child, adolescent and family services for abuse, trauma, special needs and life challenges.


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  • OUR VISION

    The vision of the Indiana Center for Children and Families is to promote healing and bring hope to the lives of children, adolescents and families affected by child abuse, children with social, emotional and behavioral needs, and life challenges.

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  • OUR VALUES

    Advocacy, Commitment, Dignity, Diversity, Education, Integrity, Quality, Respect, Support, Sustainability

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  • OUR PROGRAMS

    The Indiana Center for Children and Families programs are designed to address attachment and bonding, trust, respect, self-worth, protection, caring and kindness, competence, relationship skills, integrity, initiative, empowerment, boundaries, emotional regulation, conflict resolution, and mental wellness.

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ICCF ~ 1431 Deleware St. Indianapolis, IN 46202 ~  Office 317-631-2000 ~ Fax 317-631-2002

Welcome to the Indiana Center for Children and Families, Mental Health America of Indiana’s leading subsidiary on issues of children’s mental health. Indiana Center for Children and Families provides assessment and therapeutic services for children, adolescents and families. ICCF’s therapists are state licensed and specially trained to assist with situations of abuse, trauma, special needs and life challenges. The Center is located on the campus of Mental Health America of Indiana.

The Center is uniquely partnered with the community to enrich the mental wellness and lives of children and their families. Strengthening children and families, will in turn strengthen our communities and the state.

  • Children
  • Adolescents
  • Parents and Families                                                                     
  • Abuse and Trauma
  • Special Needs
  • Children’s Mental Health
  • Advocacy
ICCF ensures that no person shall be denied services because  of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, ancestry, or status as a veteran in accordance with all non-discrimination laws and regulations of the United States and the state of Indiana.

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First Lady Karen Pence Awards Grant to Indiana Center for Children & Families

Award will support Indiana Center for Children & Families

Indianapolis – First Lady Karen Pence hosted the first-ever reception for grant recipients of the Indiana First Lady’s Charitable Foundation at the Governor’s residence on Wednesday, where she awarded $22,000 to 28 organizations and charities that serve Hoosier families and children across the state.

“The Indiana Center for Children & Families is one of those organizations that is doing great work for our Hoosier children and families, and it is an honor to recognize them today,” said First Lady Karen Pence.

 

"Thanks to Arbonne Angels for joining ICCF to empower teen girls!"

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The Mission:

To empower adolescent girls with necessary information and knowledge to build a positive self-image

To cultivate adolescent girls on how to have a healthy life style, healthy relationships and effective communication

To Inspire adolescent girls in a safe, open and engaging environment

Read more: Thanks to Arbonne Angels for joining ICCF to empower teen girls!

Art Therapy Program

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We are so excited as we gear up for our Art Therapy Program! What a magnificent way for children, youth and adults to express their feelings, learn about themselves, and enrich their healing experience. The world needs more Art and we are bringing it!  Our Project Goal is to restore outpatient art therapy services to adult, children, and family survivors of trauma in the Indianapolis area.

 Art Therapy Program for ICCF Wish List Link

 

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IN Mood Rings is an online community developed by the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Indiana (DBSAI)

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ICCF is looking for several volunteers to help with light office work, filing, making copies, client reception and/or phone calls. Background checks are required.

Please contact Director, Gloria Hood, 317-631-2000, ext. 1002

Ways You Can Help

 ICCF is currently accepting donations for:
  • Reams of Copy Paper
  • Healthy, packaged snacks for hungry children
  • Juice boxes and miniature water bottles
Your monetary donations can also help serve those without funding for services

Donate Now!

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Children are Not a Distraction From More Important Work They are the Most Important Work. ~ John Trainer

If you would like our help with your child and family, please call 317-631-2000 for an appointment. If you would like to join us in helping children, your donations are needed to help us continue this important work.