The Children’s Home and Foundation works with organizations to assist in the challenges facing Indiana’s abused and neglected children. Our partners contribute more than money, helping us serve children in all 92 counties in Indiana. With their dedication to our mission, volunteer power, in kind support and inspirational ideas, together we are giving hope for the future. We could not do what we do without our partnerships!
Impacting the Lives of Children
Indiana Association of Resources and Child Advocacy (IARCA)
IARCA represents approximately 90 member agencies in Indiana providing a broad array of services. The Home is an agency member. The mission of the Indiana Association of Resources and Child Advocacy (IARCA) is to promote cooperation, communication, development and mutual support among organizations and systems providing services to children and their families, and to advocate for the establishment and maintenance of high quality, effective, culturally competent and appropriate services to achieve the best possible outcomes for children and their families.
Indiana United Methodist Children’s Home is accredited by the Teaching-Family Association and utilizes the Teaching-Family Model. This evidence-based, trauma-informed model of care improves outcomes in people served by residential treatment facilities, day treatment programs, schools and programs serving adults with developmental disabilities in the United States and internationally.
The Teaching-Family Association Accreditation was recently recognized by the Federal Department of Health and Human Services as an endorsed accreditation under the Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA). The Home’s Teaching-Family Association Accreditation means our residential program earns distinction as a Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP).