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Indiana System of Care Conference

WELCOME TO ONE COMMUNITY, ONE FAMILY

The One Community One Family partnership was established to provide a coordinated system of care for children and youth with emotional and behavioral health needs, as well as their families.

Mission Statement/Vision

A Community Partnership ensuring strength-based services and supports to empower families and children.

All youth are happy, healthy and successful.



Core Principles and Values

Family Driven – The services we provide are specialized to meet each family's unique needs and families are the experts in regards to their children. Family voice is evident in how services and policies are designed.

Youth Guided – The youth we serve have an important voice in their care and also in how services and policies are designed.

Community Based – We believe in the importance of incorporating community in a family's care. Children experience better long term outcomes if they are in their communities.

Culturally Responsive – We strive to meet the needs of our diverse community and the importance of each family's individual culture.

Trauma Informed – We understand the role that trauma plays in the lives of families and how this affects their lives.
WHAT IS NEW

News and Information

Use your Kroger Plus Card to benefit Children's Advocacy Center of Southeastern Indiana! Click Here for information.

For current Career Opportunities see our Partners and Links Page

No Health Insurance? Southeast Indiana Health Center is now open in Batesville! Click Here for more information.

Eating Disorder Support Group of Southeastern Indiana meets every Friday in Lawrenceburg from 6-7pm. Click Here for more information.

Click Here to read "A Mental Health Success Story" about United Families' own Kathy Riley and her son R.D.

Home Energy Assessments to Benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati. Click Here for details. The BBBS will receive $25 for each completed assessment.

Help Support PCA (Prevent Child Abuse)

Congratulations SEL3CT!

 

 

 

                                HCAC

                 (Hispanic Community Advisory Committee)

The Hispanic Community Advisory Committee of Batesville is a volunteer driven organization.  We are a bridge between cultures, and help local Hispanics and Latinos that live and work in our community. We provide translation services, English as a Second Language classes, college preparation, scholarships, and other community services.

College Students

HCAC has a scholarship available click here for details:HCAC Scholarship Application 2015

 

 

 

 

To sign up for the annual golf tournament click here:

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