We Are Here to Help
The goal of our services is to reunify children with their biological parents by providing evidenced based curriculums to assist them in establishing a safe, nurturing environment in which their children can thrive.
Resilient MINDS family services is contracted with the State of Indiana Department of Child Services to provide Community Based programs that are court ordered by DCS courts. This agreement is made possible through a rigorous application and bidding process in which Indiana creates and opens when a need in services has been identified. Applicants are put through the task of formulating and developing a stringent business plan, an execution of services applied for and asked to prove their ability to execute services according to set service standards laid out by the Department of Child services. After this has been properly documented and proven, applicants that pass are selected and awarded a contract. Resilient Minds was awarded the opportunity to serve its community in July 2019. Resilient Minds provides services that are court ordered and put in place to assist parents in reunification with their children whom they have been separated due to abuse and/ neglect, educational neglect, inability to provide a safe and loving environment in which a child can thrive.
We Serve Six Central Indiana Counties
We'd Love Your Support
If you would like to support Resilient Minds in anyway, please text SUPPORT to (317) 759-8822. A RM representative will be standing by to further assist you.
Our Workers Care
Resilient MINDS stands apart from other agencies because here we know that people go through things and they can get through them. Resilient Minds Subcontractors and employees believe and impart to their clients that if they seek to overcome their issues and unfavorable circumstances they can accomplish their goals, dreams and intended target while displaying; tremendous grit.
We know that through real relationships our subcontractors have with their clients, our clients are treated different and given the tools needed to launch and propel them forward so that they can become the best versions of themselves. We embody the phrase, “It’s hard and I can do it.” We know that the journey will not be easy and we hold their hand and place accountability and responsibility on them to provide a life in which them and their children can thrive. We do this by exposing them to new experiences and by creating accessibility to community resources required to help our families gain long term stability and stop recidivism into our DCS Court System. Our subcontractors care about the work they do. To further ensure the success of our clients and to get them the most qualified assistance possible.
Our Workers Work
They are Educated and Experienced
RM ensures that, all of our subcontractors have educational backgrounds in psychology, social work, mental health or a human related field. Most of our contractors hold master degrees in a human related field. All of our contractors have prior work experience working in social welfare and community sectors with families and children. RM currently employs veterans, military personnel, prior Department of Child Service staff, Doctors, Social Workers, Therapists. RM staff have experience in Indiana’s most prominent community programs such as Damar Behavioral Services, Volunteers of America, Families First, Indiana Department of Corrections, Adult and Child, Lutherwood, Options, Community North Behavioral Pavilion, Gallahue Mental Health Services to name a few. Most graduates have earned degrees and attended local state colleges like Several contractors are on track to earn licenses in mental health or social services. Once licensed they will provide additional services for RM.
Stringent Requirements & Background Checks
Our sub-Contractors who have strict background requirements, educational requirements and DCS training carry out the Community Based services. Resilient Minds Workers all have to pass National Child Abuse Background checks, National Fingerprints Background, National Sex Offender Check, Local and State Background Checks. As well as be trained in Child Care Safety, CPR and First Aid.
Teaching Resiliency Using Evidenced Based Curriculums
RM prides itself on being bilingual and offering services in French, Spanish, Swahili, Mandarin, Burmese and some African dialects. Here at RM our subcontractors’ partner with our community to enforce the, “Power of Resiliency.” We teach our families how to become better individuals, parents and members of their families by getting to the center of who they are. This is implemented by using, “Evidence-based Curriculums,” approved by The Indiana Department of Child Services surrounding topics our families are facing. Some topics covered with families are Mental Health, Parenting Skills, Appropriate discipline, Anger Management, Budgeting, Family planning, How to be a better dad, Home organization and Meal planning, Tutoring & Education for Children, Assistance for foster parents and parents Navigating the Educational system, Behavior Modification, Substance abuse, Resiliency within families. RM stands united with the DCS community as being an, essential social service agency, that directly assists in making our families into, “Resilient Ones.”
We Are Resilient.
Meet Our Staff
CEO & Founder
Morey Strozier is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Resilient Minds, LLC, a social services agency that specializes in family reunification services administered through the Department of Child Services in Indiana. Strozier holds her Bachelors in Psychology and is currently earning her License in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Strozier is a diligent worker and qualified leader with enormous passion that gives great meaning and value to her work. This being said, she has logged over 4,500 hours of home-based casework and supervised visitation, serving some of the most challenging, underserved clients in the state including many that other case managers declined. Her record is exemplary.
Tracey Lynch serves as the CFO of Resilient Minds, LLC in Indianapolis, a leading and profitable social services agency startup. She has 25+ years of awarded operations, sales, and marketing experience honed at fortune 500’s including McDonald’s Corporation, Eli Lilly, and Verizon Wireless.
Her personal brands, The Lynch Pinned Life © and Kanga Koncepts © include several writing projects, non-profit management and oversight, consulting services, as well as leadership, personal, and business development training. Lynch is a broad, inventive, spiritual, and entrepreneurial thinker skilled in strategy and implementation to solve the toughest business problems. A mom, ecoist, humanist, elegant life stylist, world traveler, foodie, mountain mover, and idea factory—she is passionate about family, community, business development, and puppies.
Levi Osborn is an IT Manager who works with colleagues, clients, vendors, and Family Case Managers to ensure that they have the highest quality services delivered in the best and most efficient way possible. After spending over a decade working in IT and as a Building Coordinator for a large mid-western university, Levi knows how help people to define their needs and identify solutions that fit their unique needs.
Levi believes that not everyone has the level of technology support they need in today’s ever-changing world, and that can be especially true for DCS’ clients and the independent contractors working to support them. He believes that providing this support directly to DCS families and contractors will not only improve the quality of services, but also the quality of case outcomes. Levi holds a BA in religious studies from the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI.
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