Indiana Youth Institute

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Agency Information

Name: Indiana Youth Institute

Category: Cultural/educational/historical

Purpose: Indiana Youth Institute (IYI) exists to improve the lives of all Indiana children. The Indiana Youth Institute provides critical data, capacity-building resources, and innovative training for people and organizations that impact the healthy development of Indiana’s children and youth. IYI facilitates collaboration and promotes problem-solving and collective advocacy on a statewide scale.

Additional Information

Address: 603 E. Washington St. Suite 800

City: Indianapolis

State: Indiana

ZIP: 46204

Voice: (317) 396-2700

Toll-Free: (800) 343-7060

Fax: (317) 396-2701



Facebook URL:

Contact Information

Name: Kori Jones

Title: Southeast Indiana Outreach Manager and Solutions Manager for Organizational Capacity

Phone: 1-800-495-3219


Program Information

Title: Youth Worker Café Series

Description: Free seminars and training sessions with local experts, focusing on youth-related topics.

Title: Indiana KIDS COUNT® Data Book

Description: Annual data book that focuses on youth-related data in five categories: Family, Economy, Education, Health and Safety. This data is gleaned from local, state, and national sources. County-level data is available in the KIDS COUNT Data Center at

Title: Webinars

Description: The free Youth Development webinar series and the College and Career Connections webinar series offer topics related to youth development that are specifically designed to keep youth workers apprised of the latest in youth services. Each webinar is filled with practical information led by local and national experts. All webinars are recorded and available at

Title: Virginia Beall Ball Library

Description: The Virginia Beall Ball Library provides free resources for anyone who works with youth (including the cost of shipping and return). Library resources cover youth development and nonprofit management topics, including subject guides, books in print, eBooks, and audiobooks.

Updated Jan 2021