Chapter Indiana Chapter

About – IN

About Indiana Kids Belong Indiana Kids Belong started in 2019. Our mission is to dramatically improve the experiences and outcomes of kids in Indiana’s foster care system. Our programs include: I Belong Project Our flagship video storytelling project gives a…

Foster Friendly Faith

Faith – IN

How Does Your Faith Community Care For The Most Vulnerable? Fostering is hard, but it doesn’t have to be lonely. Half of new foster families quit in the first year, often citing a lack of social support. Faith communities are…

Be a foster parent

Be A Foster Parent – IN

Explore Fostering Foster Parent Requirements In Indiana Indiana Foster Care is your best resource for information about becoming a kinship or foster parent in our state. But here are some key requirements to be aware of.  Note: This link will…

Foster Parent Resources – IN

Foster Parent Resources Foster families can go from two kids at the dinner table to five at the breakfast table. Being able to say yes to standing in the gap with vulnerable kids takes more than willingness, it requires substantial,…

Coalitions for Change

Coalition Building – IN

How We Work To Create Sustainable Change In Foster Care In Indiana Indiana Kids Belong is helping drive sustainable change in foster care by forging a coalition for change with child welfare, businesses, faith communities and government leaders. One of our…

IN

You Can Be Part Of Creating Belonging For Kids In Foster Care Learn How You Can Support Indiana Kids On Their Adoption Journeys Each year we film 200+ kids in foster care across our state who are eligible to be…

Foster Friendly Business

Business-IN

Foster Friendly Indiana Businesses What Does It Take To Make Your Business Foster Friendly? If your business relies on kids, families and parents to grow, you have the opportunity and privilege to show up for kids and families in foster…

Foster Friendly Communities-IN

We’re Making Indiana One Of The Most Foster Friendly States Here’s Why Foster Parents Need And Deserve Our Community’s Support Foster families can go from two kids at the dinner table to five around the breakfast table – a transition…