Information on COVID 19/coronavirus
IARCA is in regular communication with IN DCS and Indiana State Department of Health staff about updates on coronavirus preparation. We are also gathering information from other states, the federal government, and subject matter experts that we think might be helpful in preparing children, families, and staff for coronavirus preparedness. We will maintain and update a list of announcements and resources for the foreseeable future.
Annual IARCA Conference 2020 - The Unconference Conference
IARCA and IARCA Institute 2019 Annual Report
All the details about what IARCA, the IARCA Institute, and our members were up to in 2019 are now available. The 2019 Annual Report covers the advocacy work we all did on the state and national level, the efforts our various Work Groups did to make sure we're able to provide excellent services to children and families statewide, and updates on the administration of both organizations.
IARCA Member Resource Directory
IARCA's Member Resource Directory of Services for Children and Families is a great way to find out which of our members are providing services you need. You can download the April 2020 Guide which includes all members and services in our database or you can use our online directory where you can limit your search by things like region or service.
2019 State of the Association
Every year as part of our Annual Members' Meeting, we produce a State of the Association to update our members and partners on IARCA's work. Our 2019 publication covers a number of areas, including our collective advocacy on behalf of children and families, the progress on Outcomes 2020, and our growing training program. Take a look and let us know if you have any questions.
2018 IARCA Annual Report
Curious about what IARCA and its members were up to in 2018? Our Annual Report is now available. IARCA members work hard year round to make sure Indiana has the best trained and most transparent child welfare community in the country. We engage with state elected and administration officials, problem solve together, collect and analyze outcomes data, and bring in leading trainers on a variety of subjects.
The mission of the Indiana Association of Resources and Child Advocacy (IARCA) is to promote cooperation, communication, development and mutual support among organizations and systems providing services to children and their families, and to advocate for the establishment and maintenance of the highest quality, most effective, and most appropriate services possible to children and their families.
Membership with the Indiana Association of Resources and Child Advocacy (IARCA) provides many benefits to its members, including entry in the IARCA Member Resource Directory of Services for Children & Families which is available online for use by the Department of Child Services, Probation Departments, Juvenile Courts, Special Education Offices, CASA/GAL Programs, concerned parents and other professionals.Read More