Training Calendar

ICADV TRAININGS

2015 Directors’ Institute Training Series
This series is focused on new agency and program directors, but we welcome all to attend. Wisdom and expertise are gained not only through direct learning, but also by shared experience. The goal is to help all directors feel comfortable in your their role and develop a support network with others throughout the state. Depending on your previous experience, you may choose one or all of the sessions. It is strongly encouraged that at least two members of the leadership team from your agency attend so knowledge gained is not lost if a one person leaves.All sessions will be hosted at the Indiana Community Action Association, 1845 W 18th St, Indianapolis, IN (across the lot from ICADV) in Conference Room A. Registration is required so that we can get an accurate count. To register, simply follow the link below and select each session that you plan to attend.REGISTRATION: Click here to register

February 27, 20151:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. EST
Welcome to the movement! This session will provide you with an overview of our services and initiatives. Key topics covered include:
• Overview of ICADV
• History of the Anti-Violence Movement
• Information Sharing
Possible Presenters: Laura and/or ICADV Staff

April 24, 2015 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. EST
This session will provide you with a basic understanding of nonprofit finance. Key topics covered include:
• Nonprofit Finance
• Cost Allocation
• Budgeting
• Document Retention
• Preparing for an audit

June 26, 20151:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. EST
This session will provide you with information on the most common federal and state grants available. Key topics covered include:
• Funding Flow
• Grant Writing
• Grant Management
Possible Presenters: Jessica Marcum Jacobs and ICJI representative

August 28, 20151:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. EST
This session will provide you with practical problem solving methods. Key topics covered include:
• Program Management
• Staff Supervision and Development
• Ethics & Boundaries
Possible Presenters: Terri Noone and another agency ED

October or November – To be determined
Last but not least, this wrap-up session will provide you with an overview on the big picture. Key topics covered include:
• Developing Policies and Procedures
• Working with your Board of Directors
• Working with Legislators and Media
• Strategic Fundraising
Possible Presenters: Mary Jo Lee and Laura Berry

Indiana Running on Uppers; ADHD Meds and Other Stimulants
Facilitated by Dr Carla Gaff Clark
Dates and locations below
Individuals diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as children are increasingly likely to continue receiving treatment—usually in the form of prescription stimulants—into their later teenage and young adult years. In addition, many people are also diagnosed with the condition during their high school and college years, which has led to a growing controversy over the extent of prescription stimulant use for ADHD. These concerns revolve around the notion that greater access to prescription-grade stimulants in the general population has led to a greater potential for their misuse in the families and members of the clients we serve.
During this training, we will look at the use and misuse of these and other stimulant drugs including cocaine and Meth. We will focus on recognizing the signs and symptoms of stimulant misuse, education on the risks and benefits of stimulant use, and opportunities for prevention of misuse.
OBJECTIVES:

  • Participants will recognize the increase in ADHD diagnosis history
  • Participants will name the meds used for ADHD
  • Participants will be able to explain the positive and negative effects of ADHD meds.
  • Participants will recognize the addictive nature of ADHD medications and how they are being abused.
  • Participants will understand how individuals addiction can escalate to stronger stimulants.

This training is free of charge unless the host agency charges an administrative fee to offset cost. To register, please contact the individual below. Continuing Education Credits are offered and all participants receive a Certificate of Participation for your records. Questions regarding the training itself can be directed to ICADV training coordinator Caryn Burton. Questions regarding the training location or other logistics should be directed to the contact person below.

Indianapolis; Wednesday, February 18, 1 – 4 pm; Julian Center, 2011 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN; Hosted by the Julian Center; Linda at lwiggins@juliancenter.org

Evansville; Wednesday, February 25, 12 – 2 pm; YWCA Evansville, 118 Vine St, Evansville, IN; Hosted by YWCA Evansville; Mary @ 812-422-1191

Decatur; Wednesday, March 4, 10 am – 12:30 pm; Adams Co Memorial Hospital, 1100 Mercer Ave, Decatur, IN; Hosted by Adams Wells Crisis Center; Angie @ 877-728-9800

Ft Wayne; Wednesday, March 4, 1:30 – 4 pm; YWCA of Northeast IN, 1610 Spy Run Ave, Ft Wayne, IN; Hosted by YWCA of Northeast IN; Debby @ 260-424-4908 x 255

Warsaw; Tuesday, March 10, 1 – 4 pm; Health Service Pavilion, 1515 Providence Dr, Warsaw, IN; Hosted by The Beaman Home; Tonya @ 574-267-7701

Bloomington; Thursday, March 12, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm; Monroe Co Public Library, 303 E Kirkwood Ave, Rm 1-C, Bloomington, IN; Hosted by Middle Way House; Debra @ 82-337-4510

Jasper; Tuesday, March 17, 1 – 4 pm; Vincennes University Jasper Campus, 850 College Ave, Jasper, IN; Hosted by Crisis Connection, Inc; Patty @ 812-482-1555 **Rescheduled from February 17

Marion; Thursday, March 19, 12 – 3 pm; Marion Public Library, 600 W Washington St, Marion, IN; Hosted by Hands of Hope; Linda @ 765-662-9971 X 123

Crown Point; Tuesday, March 24, 1 – 4 pm; Bethel Church, 10202 Broadway, Crown Point, IN; Hosted by St Jude House; Joy @ 219-662-7066

Lafayette; Wednesday, March 25, 1 – 4 pm; YWCA of Greater Lafayette, 605 N 6th St, Lafayette, IN; Hosted by YWCA Domestic Violence Intervention & Prevention Program; Allison @ 765-423-4486

Columbus; Friday, March 27, 1 – 4 pm; Bartholomew County School Corporation: 1200 Central Avenue, Columbus, IN 47201; Hosted by Turning Point Domestic Violence Services; Haley or Jessica @ 812-379-5575 x 217

 

WEBINARS
Immigration Law for Advocates-VAWA Self Petitions and the Role of the Advocate
Facilitated by Kerry Hyatt Blomquist
Tuesday, February 17, 2015; 2 – 3:30 pm
This 90 minute webinar will teach ICADV program advocates the basics of immigration law, what relief may be available for our clients, and how best to assist them in these cases. ICADV legal Counsel Kerry Hyatt Blomquist will outline the U Visa, T Visa and VAWA self petition processes and give best practice tips to help our clients file their immigration cases efficiently.
WHAT: Immigration Law for Advocates-VAWA Self Petitions and the Role of the Advocate
WHEN: Tuesday, February 17th; 2 – 3:30 pm
REGISTRATION: REQUIRED Click here to register