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In addition to offering trainings and regular “Viewing and Doing” film screenings and discussions, BTCC convenes a quarterly gathering of team members and interested community members. Everyone is welcome to attend; information on how to RSVP to upcoming gatherings will be updated regularly.

 

 

 

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Building a Thriving Compassionate Community

BTCC is a network of organizations and individuals collaborating to provide training, build relationships, and promote actionable change to address the root causes of social problems in Monroe County.
Building a Thriving Compassionate Community
Building a Thriving Compassionate CommunityTuesday, April 3rd, 2018 at 12:28pm
Many of us know, from lived experience, relationships, and headlines, that there has been an increase in child welfare cases in our community. Whether we work at youth serving agencies, are educators, young people, families, or neighbors, we are all affected. Mark your calendars-- the next Indiana Youth Institute Monroe County Youth Worker Cafe is coming up on Wednesday, April 25th. Join our panelists to explore the State of Child Welfare in Monroe County. Use the link below to register!
Building a Thriving Compassionate Community
Building a Thriving Compassionate CommunityTuesday, March 27th, 2018 at 7:15pm
After seven months of planning we had an inspiring final session with Peace Learning Center of the 3-part introductory racial equity training series! Thanks Monroe County Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) - IN, Youth Services Bureau of Monroe County and Mother Hubbard's Cupboard for collaborating to make the series possible.

25 local organizations and 50 participants from local organizations and institutions were represented! Looking forward to building equity with you all.
Building a Thriving Compassionate Community
Building a Thriving Compassionate CommunityThursday, March 22nd, 2018 at 8:01pm
Thank you, Monroe County Domestic Violence Coalition and Middle Way House for an excellent conference today. Proud and inspired by BTCC Core Team member Cierra Olivia Thomas-Williams' session, "Helping Hurt People Help: Culturally Appropriate Trauma Informed Care and Abuse Prevention in Disability Services." Cierra's hypothesis: "A trauma informed agency reduces stress by increasing connectedness."