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Students Invited to Join ICADV Youth Advisory Council

ICADV is seeking high school students to participate on our state-level youth advisory council. Selected youth will work with peers to develop the Coalition’s violence prevention initiatives and promote social justice.  The ICADV Youth Council is a group of Indiana teens who are working to prevent violence through the change of culture. Usually when we try to prevent violence, we are focused on telling individuals how to stay safe. Instead, this council will explore and work on making our communities safer. Youth Council members will be compensated with a monthly stipend. For more information, to be considered, or to refer a young person, please contact Stephanie Solomon (she/her) at  or 317.917.3685, ext. 115.  Click here  for the Council application. 

Welcome to Indiana Family to Family’s Guide to the Legislative Session

Happy New Year! The 2022 Indiana General Assembly has  a "short session" that  began on  January  4 , and is expected to  end in early to mid-March . This session , though brief,  will provide many opportunities for families to be involved, share your experience s , and build relationships with   legislators that will impact current and future decisions.       Watch  Indiana Family to Family  and other  advocacy organizations  for action alerts as the session progresses.    Remember that lawmakers cannot be experts on all bills. They rely on groups, lobbyists, and their constituents - that ’ s you - to better understand important topics. Your stories matter!       If you have information about the session to share , or would like further assistance,  please call us at 844 -323-4636  or email info@ inf2f . org.       Bills for 202 2   Session :     Relevant Topics for 202 2  (we will update these   as needed  throughout  the session ):       Caregiver and Direct Support Profes