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Chaucie’s Place works passionately to empower the community to end child sexual abuse and youth suicide by offering evidence-informed, high-quality prevention programs so all children can live free from harm and to their highest potential.
Chaucie's Place Announces
New Executive Director
Dr. Jack Powell brings more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit consulting and 20 years of experience in educational administration. He earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Malone University, a master’s degree in education from Wheaton College and a doctorate from Western Michigan University in educational leadership. With such extensive expertise in nonprofit and educational administration, Powell will continue the work of the Chaucie’s Place model that is known for being highly sustainable and is the gold standard in childhood sexual abuse and suicide prevention throughout Indiana. He is active in the community serving as a board member at the Indianapolis School of Ballet and as a member of the development committee for Integrating Woman Leaders Foundation.
Knowing Powell’s history of strong community relationships and passion for the organization’s mission, we are confident in his ability to continue the highest quality of services to meet the needs of our community. Powell reflects a sense of drive and excitement for joining the Chaucie’s Place team, and shared, “I am pleased to partner with the talented staff and Board of Chaucie’s place. I am looking forward to advancing its mission to empower the community to reduce child sexual abuse and youth suicide - so critical to the future of our state’s young people.”
Tickets On Sale NOW for the Friends of Chaucie's Place Breakfast. Click on the image below to purchase today! We look forward to seeing you there!
Help Us Grow Our Pinwheel Garden!
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Please help Chaucie's Place show our support for children's healthy development by purchasing a Pinwheel in honor of a child you vow to protect. With this contribution, more children and youth in Cass, Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Henry, Madison, Marion, Montgomery, Rush and Tipton Counties and beyond will benefit from our child sexual abuse and youth suicide prevention programs, thus helping them live up to their highest potential! Chaucie's Place will be planting our Pinwheel Garden in April for each pinwheel purchased in our front yard to help raise awareness for prevention! Join us in growing our Pinwheel Garden and support our prevention programs!
Upcoming Stewards of Children® Community Trainings:
Stewards of Children is a child sexual abuse prevention program that educates adults to prevent, recognize, and react appropriately to child sexual abuse. The program is designed for parents and any adult that works with children or adolescents.
March 13, 2017- Westfield- Westfield Washington Public Library- 5:30pm-8pm -- Register HERE
March 22, 2017- Tipton- IU Health Tipton- 2:00pm - 4:30pm -- Register HERE
March 28, 2017- Anderson- Anderson Public Library - 11:30am- 2:00pm -- Register HERE
April 13, 2017- Carmel- Chaucie's Place- 5:30pm-8pm--Register HERE
April 24, 2017- Tipton- Tipton County Foundation - 6:00pm-8:30pm -- Register HERE
May 17, 2017- Anderson- Anderson Public Library -4:30pm-7:00pm --Register HERE
May 24, 2017- Tipton - IU Health Tipton - 2:00pm-4:30pm -- Register HERE
June 6, 2017- Tipton - Tipton County Foundation- 6:00pm-8:30pm --Register HERE
June 20,2017- Anderson - Anderson Public Library - 10am- 12:30pm --Register HERE
Talking Tips for Parents
Click HERE for tips on how to talk to your children about child sexual abuse prevention.
Mental Health Outpatient Clinic
Aspire Indiana has an outpatient clinic at Chaucie's Place, specifically for the treatment of survivors of child sexual abuse. Children, adolescents and adults are seen at the Chaucie's Place clinic. To book an appointment, call Aspire Indiana at 1-317-574-1254 or visit www.aspireindiana.org.
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