The combined impact of economic downturn, social uncertainty, drug addiction, and global pandemic are taking a toll on our community. Adults, children, and families throughout North Central Indiana need our help.
“We have people now who don’t know how to feed their family who have not had that thought for a very long time. That’s different than the last recession.”
–American Psychiatric Association, President Jeffrey Geller
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nights of shelter provided for our neighbors without homes
meals served to hungry men, women, and children
different families helped through our assistance program. 1,280 individuals and 543 children received clothing vouchers, emergency groceries, household goods, and other assistance.
Appearances can be deceiving. Just ask Cindy.
“I grew up in a middle-class family in southern Indiana,” she says. “Everything looked good…on the outside.”
Byron’s life was humming along just fine. A veteran service tech for a cable company, he was up for a promotion to manager.
Then thing changed in almost an instance.”
“When I was 17, I watched my mom get shot in the head.” Dustin is speaking without emotion as he says this. Now 32, he’s sharing his life story, including that vivid memory. And it doesn’t stop there.