Welcome to Women in Motion

Education is Prevention

Women in Motion, Inc. is a non- for-profit, Indiana-based organization that provides education on the prevention of HIV/AIDS. In addition, it provides education on other topics that lead to unhealthy behaviors such as substance abuse, domestic violence, obesity and other sexually transmitted diseases. The program targets primarily women of color; however, believes that people of all races, including men, can benefit from its services.

The program's initiative is to incorporate spirituality with long-term behavioral changes that will promote healthier living which ultimately creates a better community for everyone.

Women in Motion, Inc. values diversity and is comprised of individuals with various backgrounds. These individuals are committed to making a difference in our community as well as in the lives of those who may not understand the underlying reasons for the unhealthy choices they are making in their everyday lives.

The program includes a comprehensive outreach program that is designed to tap in to the lives of individuals who are using various substances, work release/jail, half way houses, churches, shelters, etc.

Trainers and volunteers speak with groups of individuals as well as meet with individuals on a one on one basis. These individuals have been able to make our participants feel secure in the knowledge that they are speaking with people who care and can in some way relate to the health and relationship concerns they endure.

To learn more about Women in Motion, Inc., an HIV/AIDS Education, Prevention and Intervention Organization, please call 317-767-7677 or you may e-mail us. We would love to hear from you!

WIM Celebrates "National HIV Get Tested Day"

Join us Monday, June 27, 2011 from 10am to 3pm for "National HIV Get Tested Day" for FREE HIV screenings.  Location: Women In Motion, Inc. Outreach Office Address: 8902 E. 38th (inside C.A.F.E.), Indianapolis, IN 46226.  If you have any questions regarding this event, please call 317.890-3288 x119 more info

Exciting News

Women in Motion, Inc. has been was recently honored at the “Sister Speak” Luncheon this past June. This was sponsored by Pine Sol and Ebony Magazine. WIM is featured in the September issue of Ebony magazine on page 130.

WIM Celebrates 7 Years!

This year Women in Motion, Inc. is celebrating its seven year anniversary. To help commemorate this event, Writer/Filmmaker/Director/Producer/Poet/Activist/Author Kimberly Conner will be speaking and presenting a short film entitled “This Life Ain’t Pretty” at the Unleavened Bread Café, 3001 N. Central Ave. on September 18 from 10 am to 11:30 am. Free breakfast will be served from 9:30 am to 10 am. Named Top 5 Best Short Film of the year, "This Life Ain't Pretty", takes a candid look at HIV/AIDS in young heterosexual America, in a compassionate true story that hits home. The Center for Disease Control reports that 1 in 16 men will be diagnosed with HIV, compared to 1 in 30 women. **this film is not intended to scare you; the purpose is to raise awareness and possibly save lives. Click on the link to watch the trailer

If you are interested in purchasing this film, please email Kimberly Connor directly at kimberosby@yahoo.com or kim@predestinedartsandentertainment.com

Please support those who sponsor us!

Marion County Health Department

Hasbrook Building - 3838 North Rural Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Group PicUnder the leadership of Marion County Health Director Dr. Virginia A. Caine, the office formulates health policy and planning based on health issues and trends, promotes healthy neighborhoods through education and training, keeps abreast of health research, and provides guidance and leadership to the staff of the Department and to the broader health community throughout Marion County.

United Northeast Community Development Corporation

3636 E. 38th Street - Indianapolis, IN 46218

Women Fund of Central Indiana

The Women's Fund of Central Indiana is a special interest fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation. We award grants to programs that give opportunities, encouragement, knowledge, and hope to women and girls in central Indiana.

Indiana AIDS Funds

429 East Vermont Street, Suite 300 - Indianapolis, IN 46202 The Indiana AIDS Fund is a dedicated funding partner in the fight against HIV and AIDS in the state. Since its inception in 1994, the Indiana AIDS Fund has become the largest private funder of HIV/AIDS programs in Indiana as well as a recognized authority on HIV/AIDS issues. Through grants to HIV-prevention and service programs serving all 92 counties, the Indiana AIDS Fund can make a difference for those currently living with HIV/AIDS and educate the next generation of Hoosiers on how to prevent the further spread of the disease.

Nina Pulliam Trust

135 N Pennsylvania Street, Suite 1200 Indianapolis, IN 46204

Friendship Missionary Baptist Church

1301 Goodlet Ave - Indianapolis, IN