About Family Voices Indiana
Family Voices Indiana is the state’s nonprofit Family-to-Family Health Information Center. Its health information specialists all are parents of children with special health care needs/disabilities. Located throughout the state, these specialists are trained and experienced in navigating the systems and services for children and youth with special needs, making them uniquely qualified to help others in similar circumstances. They provide one-on-one assistance, training, online support and advocacy. Family Voices Indiana also offers training and consultation to and accepts referrals from professionals who serve these children and youth. Visit us on our website at www.fvindiana.org.
Fact Sheets and Training
Family Voices Indiana’s website includes more than 60 fact sheets and training videos on topics related to advocacy, basic needs, childhood and education, health care financing, life and leisure, medical needs and partnerships, and transition to adulthood. In-person training is also available. Log on to www.fvindiana.org/factsheets, www.fvindiana.org/training, or call 844-F2F-INFO (844-323-4636) to learn more.