The Family Court Project was initiated in 1999 as a cooperative effort between the General Assembly and the Indiana Supreme Court. The purpose of the Project is to develop common sense models to better serve children and families in our courts. The initial emphasis of the Family Court Project was to create models to coordinate families who have multiple cases... More about the Family Court Project »
The Indiana Supreme Court recognizes that one of the most sensitive and important ways our judicial system comes in contact with Hoosiers is in family court. Data and experience have taught us that no single process will best serve all of these families. Through the Family Court Project grants, county courts can apply to receive critical start-up funds to directly address the judicial needs of families through the creation of new and alternative programming. Applications are open to any circuit or superior court judge in Indiana. Applications may be submitted any time up to 4:00pm EST on November 18, 2016.