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Commission on Improving the Status of Children in Indiana

Commission on Improving the Status of Children in Indiana

CISC > About About

Mission and Vision

Mission:  To improve the status of  children in Indiana.

Vision:   Every child in Indiana will have a safe and nurturing environment and be afforded opportunities to grow into a healthy and productive adult.

Overview

The multi-branch statewide Commission is aimed at improving the status of children in Indiana. In cooperation with other entities, members of the State Commission on Improving the Status of Children will study issues concerning vulnerable youth, review and make recommendations concerning pending legislation, and promote information sharing and best practices.

Governor Mike Pence signed Senate Bill 125 into law on April 30, 2013 (the law was effective July 1, 2013). Get more information about the bill.

Commission Partners

Indiana Department of Education

Indiana General Assembly

Indiana Department of Child Services

Indiana Supreme Court

Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council

Indiana Public Defender Council

Indiana Family and Social Services Administration

Indiana State Department of Health

Indiana Department of Correction, Division of Youth Services

Indiana Office of Management & Budget

Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, Division of Mental Health and Addiciton

Office of the Indiana Attorney General

Office of the Governor