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Dunebrook

Last Update:6/26/2018
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Address:7451 West Johnson Road
Michigan City, IN 46360
County:Laporte
Phone:(219) 874-0007
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Website:www.dunebrook.org
Mission
To advocate for children and provide positive family support and education.
Program Description

Dunebrook is a multi-purpose advocacy center, offering a full range of educational, prevention and intervention services.

Healthy Families – a home visitation program designed to reduce child abuse and neglect by supporting new parents and empowering them to be the best parents they can be. The program covers a wide range of services from child growth and development, promoting parent-child interaction, teaching problem solving skills, weekly playgroups, immunization information, as well as linking families to other resources in the community. Healthy Families LaPorte County offers services to parents of children prenatal up to age three.

Advocacy Center – a community partnership giving children the opportunity to talk about alleged abuse in a child-focused, child-friendly environment. The Center’s recording capabilities allow a team of multi-disciplined professionals who are investigating the allegations to observe the forensic interview live from a monitoring room. This technique eliminates the need for multiple interviews to ensure that children are not further victimized by the interventions intended to protect them.

Financial
Services
Advocacy
Case Management
Family Support
Information & Referral
Parent Education/Training
Prevention Education
Spanish speaking community/materials
Spanish Speaking Staff Available
Counties Serviced
Jasper
Laporte
Newton
Porter
Pulaski
Starke
ABOUT SPECIAL KIDS RESOURCE DIRECTORY
7172 Graham Road, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46250 E-Mail: familynetw@aboutspecialkids.org

As a matter of policy, About Special Kids does not specifically endorse any of the resources contained on our website or in our information packets. Resources are supplied for information purposes only and ASK recommends that families explore all options for assistance before making an informed choice.