We are a non-denominational organization providing free para-professional counseling; individual counseling, support groups, educational seminars,and work shops in the following areas: abuse(drug, alcohol, sexual, emotional, spiritual) divorce, co-dependency, martial, parenting, grief(loss of child, family member, job loss, illness, etc),self-esteem, and depression. We also provide Bible studies,and prayer groups. We provide out reach services to the women of the Monroe County Corrections Facility; weekly Bible studies, support groups, drug/alcohol educational programs, transitionalplacement assistance,and an ongoing 12step program.We are funded completely by donations from individuals, local churches,community and area businesses. We are staffed by volunteers from a wide variety of church affiliations.
We offer para-professional counseling for ladies 13 and up at no cost. We also offer support groups. At this time we have an Alzheimers Support Group for Caregivers, which meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00p.m.A survivors group for victims of domestic violence will begin meeting on Tuesday evenings, January 2006. We also offer a Divorce Care Recovery group which meets on Thursday evening at 6:30pm. Inquires about these groups or counseling can be made by calling 765-349-0911.
Heidi Daugherty, RN, BSN, IBCLC announces that she is entering into the practice of consultancy for maternity, specializing in breastfeeding education and assistance. The need for new mothers to be proficient in breastfeeding provides, in most cases, the best nutritional start for babies. This new consultancy is based in Ellettsville,IN. Heidi Daugherty is a certified member of International Board Certified Lactation Consultants.
The Obstetric, Gynecology, Infertility and Nurse-Midwifery services at Southern Indiana Physicians for Women are enhanced by several additional services that our office can provide: In-office Ultrasound Imaging, Fetal Monitoring, LEEP and Colposcopy Full-time Registered Sonographers Full-time Licensed Practical Nurses In-office Phlebotomy and Laboratory for basic tests Electronic Medical Records for increased efficiency and patient privacy
The mission of Women Writing for (a) Change is to provide learning opportunities for women (and men, in select offerings) for whom writing is an important creative, spiritual, healing, and exploratory process. We offer creative writing programs in a safe, non-competitive environment. Experienced and less experienced writers are welcome, individuals in transition, voices in search of rejuvenation writers in every genre, including writers who don’t call themselves writers yet.
The Brown Co Chapter of WILPF is sponsor of the longest on-going peace vigil in this area held Sats at 6pm outside the Brown Co. court house.. A major goals of WILPF is demilitarization and alteratives to war since it’s founding in 1915. There are branches world wide. In Indiana the most active groups are in Bloomington and Nashville. We are deeply involved in social and economic justice issues, especially as they pertain to women and children.Current campaigns include Peace in the Middle East andExposing the bottled water industry.We meet in the Brown Co Public Library on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7pm. The public is welcome to attend.