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JOIN THE JULIAN CENTER AND THE INDIANA WRITERS CENTER FOR AN EIGHT WEEK SURVIVOR'S WRITING GROUP Group Starts February 5 OVER THE COURSE OF THE PROGRAM, PARTICIPANTS WILL EXPLORE THE FUNDAMENTALS OF WRITING THEIR STORY SO THEY CAN BE HEARD - IF ONLY ON PAPER. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT MARY ALICE AT THE JULIAN CENTER AT 317.361.6176Find out more »
Don’t Stand By - Stand Up To truly impact sexual violence, no one should be called out; all allies should be called in. It can be tough to navigate a conversation about sexual violence and, especially for men, to feel left out of the conversation all together. Often we worry about saying the wrong thing or being considered “bystanders”. The Julian Center believes that we all are partners in the fight against sexual violence and should be encouraged to be…Find out more »
The Julian Center is proud to present a professional skills session focusing on the Search Institute’s Developmental Assets® Framework. This session is appropriate for intermediate-level professionals and/or those who have a working knowledge of trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Presented by certified instructor: Kelly Growden - Primary Prevention Coordinator, Prevail Search Institute has identified 40 positive supports and strengths that young people need to succeed. Half of the assets focus on the relationships and opportunities they need in their…Find out more »
The Julian Center is pleased to host the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s (ICADV) Fall/Winter Training event: “Legal High, Designer Drugs, Synthetic Chemicals in Copy-Cat Fashion Sweep through the Hoosier state,” presented by Carla Gaff-Clark, Ed.D., LMHC, LCAC. During the last year a large increase there has been a marked increase in the number of synthetic or designer drugs used recreationally. In the Midwest, this could be called “next generation designer drugs,” due to the many changes these drugs have…Find out more »
The Julian Center, in partnership with the Lawrence police department and Beacon of Hope, are proud to present a community education event: “Bad to the Bone: Pet Abuse, Intimate Partner Violence & Child Abuse” Presented by topical expert: Andrew M. Campbell Founder/CEO, Campbell Research & Consulting Based on Andrew’s analysis of nearly 10,000 police reports from the scene of intimate partner violence incidents occurring in Indianapolis and his recent publications in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, this presentation will describe…Find out more »
LPD partners with the Beacon of Hope Crisis Center and The Julian Center for this important community presentation about Intimate Partner Violence, Child, and Pet Abuse, including what can be done to help. WHEN: Monday, October 29th – 1pm to 3pm WHERE: Lawrence Police Department (9001 E 59th St Indianapolis, IN 46216) WHO: Professionals and community members working with domestic violence survivors, animals and/or children including law enforcement, advocates, case managers, veterinary staff, shelter staff REGISTRATION: There is no cost…Find out more »
The Julian Center and Domestic Violence Network Launch New Community Resources for Teens and Young Adult Survivors Experiencing Dating Violence, Sexual Violence and Stalking
INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 10, 2019) – According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Indiana ranks third highest in the nation...
Fare, Flair and Fashion: The Julian Center Hosts Guest-Judge Jason Wu for Runway Event to Benefit Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Abuse
Indianapolis (March 28, 2019)—Tickets are now on sale for Fare, Flair and Fashion, The Julian Center’s first-ever runway event...
It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Carlene Richardson. Carlene worked at The Julian Center from...
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Junior League of Indianapolis spread some love this Valentine’s Day. It donated more than 120 pairs...
WTHR INDIANAPOLIS – The Julian Center just got a major boost from the Lilly Endowment. The $1 million gift...
From community service to family-fun, Indy remembers the spirit of Dr. King While the holiday honoring the birthday of...