Eli Lilly and Company Foundation donates $250,000 to expand Community Health Network’s Zero Suicides prevention initiative
The investment will be used to save Hoosier lives through early intervention and prevention, the construction of a robust Central Indiana crisis network and the utilization of innovative mental health diagnostics and treatment protocols. Community’s Zero Suicides strategy brings crisis, telepsychiatry and intensive care coordination services to more than 600 primary care physicians, 11 emergency departments and 13 hospitals located throughout the state. Read more >>
2014 Impact Report
In 2014, Community Health Network Foundation's donors gave because they care about patients, caregivers and the Central Indiana communities we are deeply committed to helping. Our donors are life-savers, raising nearly $4 million to bring better health to more people. Read our 2014 Impact Report >>
Kathy Chabenne to lead board of directors
Community Health Network Foundation recently named Kathy Chabenne chair of our board of directors. A civic leader, she has served on the board for 18 years. She follows Frank Hancock, who served as board chair for the past two years.
Giving Gig 2015 raises over $1 million to help Community's cancer patients with financial struggles
The iconic band Chicago headlined The Giving Gig 2015, the Foundation's annual event that raises donations to help Community Health Network's cancer patients challenged with financial difficulties. The Giving Gig was held on February 14, 2015, at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown hotel. Chicago's performance highlighted an evening of giving and romance, with proceeds benefiting Community's cancer patients and their families.
Community Health Network’s youth suicide prevention initiative wins additional grant support to save young lives
Community Health Network Foundation has received a $99,340 grant from The Glick Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation, to implement suicide prevention strategies in 20 elementary, middle and high schools located on Indianapolis’ eastside. The grant supports a specific component of Community Health Network’s Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth initiative, a comprehensive early intervention and suicide prevention program that will train healthcare and youth-serving organizations to identify and refer at-risk youth. Read more >>