Through A Donation
Childplace would not be here without the generous contributions of countless individuals, churches, and other organizations.
As a not-for-profit agency, Childplace counts on the monetary and in-kind support of numerous individuals, families, churches, businesses, organizations, etc. There are many ways to support Childplace financially, some of those ways are outlined below. Childplace is a 501(c)(3), non-profit agency, so all gifts are tax deductible.
Gifts can be made online or mailed to:
2420 East 10th Street,
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Childplace has a constant need for certain items for the residential cottages and maternity/transitional living program.
A wishlist of needed items and potential gifts is available here.
In addition to special contributions throughout the year, many churches have given to Childplace on a monthly or annual basis since the 1960’s.
A Gift of Stock
A gift of stock is a great way to contribute to Childplace and circumvent paying capital gains tax on the increase in value, while receiving a tax deduction.
Naming Childplace as the beneficiary of an insurance policy that is no longer needed is a great way to make a charitable gift to Childplace.
Charitable Gift Annuity
A CGA allows you to make a contribution to the work of Childplace and receive income for life in a monthly, quarterly, or yearly payment.
Many individuals send monetary gifts on the occasion of the death of a loved one or friend. A list of memorial gifts is printed in the Childplace Newsletter. In addition, a certificate of recognition is provided to individuals identified by the donating person or entity affirming that a gift was made in memory of the person. Actual monetary amounts donated are not disclosed.
Planned giving provides a way to leave a legacy. Many individuals have designated Childplace as a beneficiary in their will, or established a trust to benefit Childplace for years to come. If you have included Childplace in your will, please make sure you inform us, so that we may provide you with a “Childplace Leave a Legacy” plaque for you.
Individuals send monetary gifts to honor and celebrate a person’s birthday, retirement, anniversary, significant event, or special achievement. A list of honorees is printed in the Childplace Newsletter. In addition, a certificate of recognition is provided to individuals identified by the donating person or entity affirming that a gift was made in honor of the person. Actual monetary amounts donated are not disclosed.
Volunteers play a key role in allowing Childplace to go above and beyond in meeting the needs of the children and families entrusted to us. There are multiple ways to volunteer at Childplace, here are a few:
Childplace relies on numerous groups from local churches, businesses, etc, as well as individuals to complete specific service projects and campus events such as: painting, landscaping, organizing a mailout, light construction, cookouts for clients and families, craft projects with kids, Mother’s Day event for teen moms in Childplace’s Pregnancy and Parenting Program, etc. Vounteer participants in this category are required to sign a confidentiality/volunteer agreement and abide by a code of conduct while on the Childplace Campus. Events and one-time projects are supervised by Childplace staff at all times.
Mentors have direct contact with Childplace clients and provide support in areas of recreation, tutoring, mentoring of older adolescents, off-campus trips and outings, etc.
Mentors are required to:
- Complete the Childplace Volunteer Application.
- Sign the Childplace Confidentiality Statement.
- Submit contact information for three personal references.
- Provide a copy of your birth certificate (must be 21 years of age to serve as a mentor.)
- Provide a copy of your diploma or highest level of education completed.
- Provide a copy of your drivers license.
- Complete a physical or submit a record of a physical from the last 90 days.
- Complete bloodborne pathogens training.
- Complete CPR/First Aid certification.
- Complete a TB skin test or submit record of a "negative" skin test from the last 90 days.
- Receive Hepititus B vaccine or sign a statement declining the series of shots.
- Register for a Childplace Volunteer Orientation from 6:00pm to 8:00pm the first Thursday of every month.
After all of the aformentioned items are completed and the volunteer is connected to a volunteer role, Childplace will provide reimbursement for the cost of obtaining the aformentioned items.
The intent of the cards is to make sure a child knows that he/she has numerous people honoring and celebrating his/her birthday. You are not expected to provide a gift; just a simple handwritten note. Childplace provides a gift to every child on his/her birthday. If you would like to put something in the card, please no more than a $1 or $2, or McDonald's Gift Certificates make great gifts. This is a great way for an individual, family, or church group to provide extra encouragement to a child on his/her birthday!
A Residential Youth Worker (RYW) is responsible for the social, emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of residents who are enrolled in on-campus treatment programs. RYWs provide supervision and intervention as needed as they model positive relationship skills by joining clients in the completion of daily living tasks as well as other recreational and therapeutic activities.
Minimum of 21 years of age; high School Diploma or equivalent, additional education or professional training preferred; and the ability to be actively engaged in a fast-paced environment. Following an offer of employment, expectations include: background checks, basic pre-employment physical with a TB skin test, motor vehicle report, and a signed copy of the agency values statement.
Full and part-time opportunities are available. Second and third shift positions available with weekends required. Flexible scheduling to accommodate school pursuits or other family and life commitments is offered.
Benefits and Compensation:
Starting rate of $10 to $11/hour based on education and experience—additional benefits include: flexible scheduling and a supportive work environment. Full-time employees are offered the following: paid time off; medical, dental, and vision insurance options; healthcare flexible spending account; and life insurance.
The Residential Case Manager will serve DD/ID residents at the North Campus in Sellersburg. The Case Manager will report to the Program Supervisor, Chandra Jones, and will work closely with the QDDPs. A suitable candidate will have excellent people skills and the ability to work well with both clients and staff members. Duties for the Case Manager include (but are not limited to): intake of new residents; developing treatment plans for residents in conjunction with the treatment team; coordinating clinical needs for the resident; producing monthly reports of resident progress; attending meetings concerning the residents, such as court hearings, case conferences, or meetings with therapists; maintaining the residents' charts according to Indiana State regulations; communicating with parents, teachers, and caseworkers; and transporting residents to appointments, as needed.
Minimum of 21 years of age; bachelor’s degree in human services or a related field; excellent verbal and written communication skills; thorough knowledge of treatment issues associated with adolescents who have developmental and intellectual disabilities; and ability to exemplify and convey the agency's values. Following an offer of employment, expectations include: background checks, basic pre-employment physical with a TB skin test, motor vehicle report, a signed copy of the agency values statement, and becoming certified in Safe Crisis Management (SCM).
Full time position at the NORTH campus in Sellersburg. Generally, this will be a first shift (9am-5pm), Monday through Friday position, with some flexibility to accommodate resident needs.
Benefits and Compensation:
Starting salary of $30,000 based on education and experience—additional benefits include: a supportive work environment; paid time off; medical, dental, and vision insurance options; healthcare flexible spending account; and life insurance.
The nurse will work under the supervision of the Residential Program Supervisor at the NORTH campus in Sellersburg. He/she will work collaboratively with residential front-line staff in providing health assessments and care of clients in the agency’s residential treatment program. He/she will provide active supervision for clients in care, assist with medication management, and serve as a member of the agency’s crisis response team.
Minimum of 21 years of age; LPN licensed in the state of Indiana; and excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
This is a part-time position serving clients at the NORTH campus in Sellersburg. Weekly schedule will be Saturday and Sunday from 7am to 7pm. This position offers up to six weekends off per year.
Benefits and Compensation:
$22 per hour
This individual will work under the supervision of the Program Supervisor for Community-Based Services. He/she will work in the Community-Based Program providing in-home therapy, both individual and family, for clients referred to Childplace through the Indiana Department of Child Services or a Juvenile Probation Department.
Master’s degree with a current license issued by the Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Board as one of the following: 1) Social Worker, 2) Clinical Social Worker, 3) Marriage and Family Therapist, 4) Mental Health Counselor, 5) Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, 6) Mental Health Counselor Associate. An individual with a temporary permit working towards licensure in any of the above listed categories may also apply. Following an offer of employment, expectations include: background checks, basic pre-employment physical with a TB skin test, motor vehicle report, and a signed copy of the agency values statement.
This is a full-time opportunity; however, a contracted option could be considered. A full-time schedule would include Monday thru Friday predominately first shift—however, flexible and adaptable to some degree to the clinician’s preference. Some evening hours to accommodate clients’ scheduling needs and acute circumstances are expected.
Benefits and Compensation:
Salary is $35,000-$40,000/annually based on education and experience. Additional benefits include access to a laptop and flexibility to work from home/off-site, as well as the opportunity to utilize agency vehicles for the majority of appointments with clients. Other benefits include supportive work environment, and full-time employees are offered the following: paid time off; medical, dental, and vision insurance options; healthcare flexible spending account; and life insurance.
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To submit your application, please email the completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org OR fax it to 812-283-3291, OR bring it in person to our Main Office in Jeffersonville between 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday.Apply Now!