Amy’s Story

I was born in Southern Indiana to a single mother and led a fairly normal life prior to beginning to use drugs. About thirteen years ago I had bariatric surgery, but suffered from some complications. My medical providers gave me prescription after prescription of narcotic pain meds and it soon […]

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Let the Golden Years Shine

More than 62,000 Hoosiers over age 65 live below the poverty line. They are often faced with choosing between prescription medications and groceries, or between buying a warm coat and paying a utility bill. These seniors are part of the “invisible population,” struggling with loneliness, health problems and poverty without […]

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Eating Right with IU Health

For the past few weeks the employees at IU Health have been busy with an initiative aimed at encouraging healthy eating behavior in Central Indiana communities.The goal: to collect enough healthy foods items to fill 1,000 Healthy Snack Packs for distribution through Salvation Army programs in Central Indiana. Employees at […]

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Huntington Helps Students Prepare for New School Year

Stuffing 1,000 backpacks with school supplies sounds like a big job, but when you’ve got a great team like the employees of Huntington National Bank, it doesn’t take long before the backpacks are piled high. For the fifth year, Huntington has partnered with The Salvation Army and Indianapolis Public Schools […]

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