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Exciting NEWs from Family Voices Indiana

Exciting NEWs from Family Voices Indiana!

We’ve been working hard these past few months to better serve YOU! We’re really excited about the results—the same great, reliable information and support you’ve come to expect from us but much easier to use!

Here are some of our NEW and IMPROVED changes!


1. We have a NEW toll free number!

Just dial 844-F2F-INFO (844-323-4636) to be connected with a specialist who best meets your needs, including someone who is bilingual, if you need support in Spanish.   

We have a NEW fax number, too: 317-960-4291



2. We have a NEW website!

Visit www.fvindiana.org to find resources, fact sheets, contact info, and MORE!




3. We have NEW Transition to Adulthood fact sheets and trainings!

Learn more about supported decision making, guardianship, employment, special needs trusts, and more.




4. We have a NEW logo!

We updated our logo to better represent our mission of advocacy BY families FOR families. We encourage you to share your voice and advocate for your own family and others.




5. We have IMPROVED materials!

We work hard to keep our resources updated, so you always have access to helpful and relevant resources!


Enjoy our NEW features! We look forward to serving you!

Family Voices Indiana

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