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Indiana Youth Services Association announces the request for proposals for the 2023-25 YSB Fund. All electronic submissions are due by 5 pm Eastern time, October 21, 2022 to email@example.com. Please see the attachment for more details.
Youth Work Newcomer of the Year Youth Work Advocate of the Year Youth Work Supervisor of the Year Youth workers are often the unsung heroes of the youth within our
Indiana Youth Services Association hosts an Annual Business Meeting. Unfortunately, this past year’s event in December had to be canceled due to safety and city restrictions around COVID-19 in Indianapolis, IN. During this event IYSA’s award recipients were announced and recognized.
Indiana Youth Services Association (IYSA) deeply cares for the youth and their families of the state of Indiana. We are saddened by the illness, economic hardship and deaths caused by
Media Inquiries: Kenneth Allen firstname.lastname@example.org 317-909-7159 There has been an increase in interest surrounding Human Trafficking, especially child sex trafficking, in recent weeks. The Indiana Trafficking Victims Assistance Program is
Para publicación inmediata 21/8/2020 Consultas de los medios: Kenneth Allen email@example.com 317-909-7159 stas semanas ha habido un incremento en el interés acerca de la Trata de Personas (o Human Trafficking en
Callie Main is one of the scholarship winners for the work she did to promote Make Good Decisions and the Indiana Lifeline Law at Batesville High School. Callie joined the
Lekha Durai is one of the scholarship winners for the work she has done in promoting Make Good Decisions at West Lafayette Junior/Senior High School. Lekha was the vice president
Please check out this article on the impacts of racism from the Academy of Pediatrics. The Traumatic Impact of Racism and Discrimination on Young People and How to Talk About It Why This
Indiana Youth Services Association and it’s partners the Indiana Afterschool Network and 21st Century Community Learning Centers are committed to enhancing organizations’ ability to serve youth and families in need
DCS continues to issue news and update guidance to program partners and stakeholders regarding many of the programs it oversees as our state responds to the COVID-19 pandemic. View the
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IYSA is celebrating our 50th Anniversary next year! Without YOU we could not have served the youth in Indiana through our many programs and agencies. Today is the 10th Giving Tuesday, please consider donating to IYSA. Together we can make a difference!
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If a teen ran away because they were struggling with bullying, homelessness, human trafficking, mental health issues, feeling unsafe, or more Safe Place is here to help. Visit https://indysb.org/safe-place-program/
Did you know you can access immediate help just by texting? If a young runaway teen needs help you can text the word SAFE to 4HELP (44357) and follow the prompts to find the nearest Safe Place location for them. Help is here if they need it. For more information, visit www.nationalsafeplace.org/txt-4-help. #TXT4HELP #NationalRunawayPreventionMonth ...
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