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.
Click here to read the full report.
2019 IARCA Institute Leadership Symposium Registration Open
Join us May 9th-10th at the Brown County Inn in beautiful Nashville, IN for a few days "away" of networking, collaboration, and skills development in an enjoyable and relaxed atmosphere.
We’re very excited to have Lloyd Bullard of LBIC Consulting and Hazel Blake-Parker of the Global Center for Creating Learning leading our symposium this year. Both are experienced, knowledgeable trainers committed to strong organizations and healthy children and families.
Recognizing some of the big changes on the horizon for child welfare community leaders in Indiana, Hazel and Lloyd will lead participants through a highly interactive day-and-a-half seminar on being prepared to make the changes (personally and organizationally) and connections needed to thrive in the next decade.
VENUE & HOTEL INFORMATION
Brown County Inn
51 St. Rd. 46 E.; Nashville, IN 47448
Rooms are available at Brown County Inn at a discounted rate of $89 per night plus tax. Use code IARCA2 online at www.browncountyinn.com to receive discounted rate. Rate is guarenteed through April 24, 2019 (extended).
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