7/28/14 Sheltering Wings is seeking a full time Bilingual Case Manager for their 68 bed, Christ-centered domestic violence shelter in Danville, IN. Position requirements: Bachelor’s degree in a human services field (or a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a public or social service organization), proficient in both English and Spanish, full commitment and dedication to the mission statement of Sheltering Wings, works effectively with individuals from various backgrounds, cultures, lifestyles, ages, religious beliefs and economic situations, experience working with evaluating human needs quickly, requiring organizational, computer, written and oral communication skills. Please email your resume and cover letter by August 8, 2014 to Amy O’Hearn (email@example.com) or by mail to Sheltering Wings, PO Box 92, Danville, IN 46122.
7/7/14 Domestic Violence Counselor, part-time or full-time. Do individual and group counseling and education in area of domestic violence. Chemical Dependency Counselor, Maintain an active caseload for individuals and/or families, and monitor regular communication with client and other individuals or organizations which are providing service to the client. Individual/Family Counselor, part-time and full- time. Facilitate individual, couples and family counseling. Submit resume and salary requirements to Lori Clyne at Families First via e-mail or snail mail Families First, 615 N. Alabama, Suite 320, Indianapolis, IN 46204; Attention HR.
6/17/14 The Fort Wayne Sexual Assault Treatment Center is seeking a self-directed, experienced marketing and fundraising professional for a full time Fund Development position. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with 5+ years experience. Click here for the full job description. If you are interested in the position, please email a cover letter, resume and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes will be accepted for 30 days or until the position is filled.
6/9/14 Thanks to everyone who came to Victory Field Saturday morning to participate in the 11th annual Race to benefit ICADV. It was a beautiful morning to share with friends and remember the victims, and survivors, of domestic violence. We are grateful you shared the day with us. To see photos of the event, visit photobucket and use the password RAfDV14 (it’s case sensitive).
5/27/14 All it takes is a click of the keyboard to sign up to Race Away from Domestic Violence. It’s Saturday, June 7 at 8 a.m. at Victory Field in downtown Indianapolis. You can register now for the 11th annual Race, a 3.1 mile walk, run and wheelchair roll. Can’t join us in person? Then pledge your support of ICADV Executive Director Laura Berry in honor of her 20-year anniversary with ICADV.
5/12/14 Engaging dads, promoting fatherhood. Join the Indiana Fatherhood Coalition for the Dads Expo, June 15 from 9 am to 1 pm in Indianapolis. Visit indianafatherhoodcoalition.com for more information.
4/29/14 The White House is pushing colleges to survey their students about sex assault and other “campus climate” issues, part of a rape-prevention campaign that will include a Web site to support survivors and track enforcement, a public service announcement from President Obama, and recommendations for how to handle reported assaults. “Colleges and universities can no longer turn a blind eye or pretend rape and sexual assault doesn’t occur on their campuses,” Vice President Biden said as a 20-page report was released Tuesday. “We need to provide survivors with more support and we need to bring perpetrators to more justice and we need colleges and universities to step up.”
4/9/14 This is National Crime Victim Rights Week. Join ICADV to promote victims’ rights and honor crime victims and those who advocate on their behalf. Visit the Office for Victims of Crime website to learn more.