Community Health Network Foundation receives $2,454,400 grant for psychiatry residency program
Community Health Network Foundation has received a $2,454,400 grant, distributed over the course of eight years, from West Lafayette-based nonprofit North Central Health Services (NCHS) to support Community Health Network’s psychiatry residency program launched in July of 2016, to address the psychiatrist shortage in Indiana and meet the mental health needs of individuals in underserved communities across Central Indiana. Read more >>
The Giving Gig 2017 featuring Aretha Franklin is sold out
Thanks to overwhelming response from generous donors in our community, The Giving Gig 2017 is sold out. We appreciate all who have purchased tickets for our annual fundraising event that raises money to support Community cancer patients in financial need. Please add your name to our waiting list, and we will let you know if any opportunities to attend become available.
Aretha Franklin to perform at The Giving Gig 2017
Community Health Network Foundation officials have announced that “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin will headline The Giving Gig® 2017, the non–profit’s annual fundraising event to support Community Health Network’s cancer patients facing financial difficulties. Read more >>
The Giving Gig will be held on February 11, 2017, at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. Franklin’s performance will round out an evening of giving for the 1,034 attendees in attendance. All proceeds benefit Community Health Network’s Oncology Patient Assistance Fund, which provides $250 vouchers for food, gas and medication to cancer patients in financial need. To purchase tickets, donate or learn more visit eCommunity.com/GivingGig.
Community Health Network, WTHR launch Have Hope partnership to prevent suicide
Two-year effort aims to raise awareness about suicide, help Hoosiers find help
Community Health Network and WTHR-TV Channel 13 have joined forces to launch Have Hope, a two-year public service effort to raise awareness about suicide in Indiana and to help more Hoosiers get the help they need. The Have Hope effort complements Community’s HaveHope.com, an online suicide prevention resource for teenagers, parents and educators. Learn more >>