Grant applications for children, family projects due Aug. 14

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The Indiana Court Improvement Program is accepting applications for projects designed to improve the well-being, safety and permanency of children and families involved in child in need of services and termination of parental rights proceedings.

There are three Court Improvement Program funding areas: basic court improvements grant; data collection and analysis grant; and training and education grant. Projects that are eligible for these grants include CHINS and TPR mediation, facilitation and family group decision-making programs and educational materials on CHINS and TPR proceedings.

Applications must be submitted electronically and by mail no later than Aug. 14. More information is available on the Indiana Judicial Center’s website.


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