P.O. Box 11
Bloomington, IN 47402
Outpatient counseling services, transitional housing, case management, life skills training for men and women recovering from alcohol, drug addiction, and compulsive gambling; individual treatment plans.
Cost: Outpatient services on a sliding scale based on income.
411 E. 7th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408
Will locate and get in touch with family members in the military.
Also, will provide HIV/AIDS education.
P.O. Box 6272
Bloomington, IN 47407
Support groups for recovering problem drinkers and for their family members.
120 W. 7th Street, Suite 210
Bloomington, IN 47404
Hotline to report abuse, neglect, and exploitation to endangered adults: 1-800-992-6978
An endangered adult is 18 years or older who: is incapable by reason of mental illness, mental retardation, dementia, habitual drunkenness, excessive use of drugs, or other physical or mental incapacity of managing or directing the management of the individual’s property or providing or directing the provision of self-care; and is harmed or threatened with harm as a result of neglect, battery and/or exploitation of personal services or property.
615 S. Adams Street
Bloomington, IN 47403
Youth-parent conflict intervention, family and individual counseling, youth 8 to 22 years of age.
2620 N. Walnut Street, Suite 1205
Bloomington, IN 47404
Loan of medical equipment. Home modification to accommodate disability.
“The court’s decision to hear the case raises the possibility of an end to the consideration of race in public university admissions decisions,” said Dawn Johnsen, Walter W. Foskett Professor of Law. “In 2003, a majority of the court said that its holding in Grutter v. Bollinger, which upheld the inclusion of race as one among many factors to create a diverse student body, would last for 25 years. It appears that the end might be coming sooner than originally expected.”
Panelists include Maurer School of Law faculty members Johnsen, Jeannine Bell, Daniel Conkle and Luis Fuentes-Rohwer. Professor Kevin Brown will moderate the discussion.
The three films selected for the series represent a variety of styles and approaches, including low-budget horror with “This Night I Will Possess Your Corpse” (7 p.m. Feb. 23) and an incisive critique of the Brazilian ’60s with “Romance” (9:30 p.m. Feb. 24). The series also includes Rogerio Sganzerla’s “Red Light Bandit” (6:30 p.m. Feb. 24), the film that more than any other launched what became known as the Brazilian underground or “cinema marginal.”
The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center also will be the location of IU’s 2012 Black History Month Celebration Kick-Off, from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday.
Other events during the first week of the celebration are a reading by Nikky Finney, winner of the National Book Award; a musical concert; screenings of films in the “Black in Latin America” series; and a “Family Dinner at the NMBCC.”
IU’s African American Choral Ensemble will perform from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, in the atrium of the IU School of Education, 201 N. Rose Ave.
Hola Bloomington is a news and public affairs show that features a weekly wrap-up of local news, a guest interview, information about local events and volunteer opportunities and short segments that vary by week. The show broadcasts live from 6 to 7 p.m. every Friday on FM channels 91.3 and 98.1 in Bloomington, 100.7 in Nashville, Ind., and 106.3 in Ellettsville, Ind.