The Marion County Commission on Youth
Our mission is to champion the positive development of youth through community and systems change.
Funds available for creating a more inclusive, trauma-informed workplace in your youth program!
The Youth Worker Well-Being Project will have opportunities for youth-serving organizations to apply for funding to pilot and/or implement customized strategies that improve:
Indiana community-based youth-serving organizations are eligible to apply for Youth Worker Well-Being Project grants and may submit applications for each focus area beginning March 1. Readiness webinars will be held in March to provide technical help for organizations applying for grants in those specific focus areas. Webinars will be recorded and available on the website following the sessions.
Attend the following sessions for more information:
Elizabeth Coit to serve as MCCOY's next Executive Director
Coit has devoted most of her career and personal life to serving others, either as an organizational change agent and growth-focused leader, or through her volunteerism. She has led a vibrant consulting practice serving the nonprofit sector, spent nine years as executive director and board member at Morning Dove Therapeutic Riding, Inc., and most recently served as the founding Executive Director of the Center for Applied Ethics at Marian University.
Helping youth never doubt that they are Valuable & Powerful
MCCOY’s vision is a community where every young person has equitable opportunities to learn, grow, and thrive.
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