April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month Northeastern Center encourages community members to wear teal ribbons throughout April to demonstrate their support of victims of sexual assault; Teal ribbons are the universal symbol of Sexual Assault Awareness. One out of every six American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed
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Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly Honors Northeastern Center Employee Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly honored 40 local business and community leaders during its 16th Forty Under 40 event, sponsored this year by Huntington University. The 40, who couldn’t turn age 40 before the ceremony to be eligible, were chosen by an editorial
CARF International announced that Northeastern Center, Inc. has been accredited for a period of three years for its Crisis Intervention, Inpatient, Crisis Stabilization, Community Housing, Community Integration, Outpatient Therapy Child, Adolescent, & Adult, Child & Adolescent Case management, Adult Case management, Supported Employment and Transitional Employment programs. This accreditation decision represents the highest level
The Jane George Scholarship is now available for college-bound high school students in DeKalb, LaGrange, Noble and Steuben Counties in Indiana. Please return the completed essay and form by April 9, 2021. You can download the PDF application here. Each year the Northeastern Center awards the $750 Jane George Scholarship to an area student
Between academics and other school activities, it can be easy to miss the signs a student may be having trouble addressing emotional and mental issues. Mental health is an area only explored typically in the most traumatic of situations but should be handled more often. We take a look at how Lakeland Schools in
The New Hope Clubhouse was fortunate enough to have cloth masks donated in April 2020. While it was closed to members due to COVID-19, Clubhouse staff members, Andrea Brand and Lynn Bunnell, mailed one of the masks to 100 members as an encouragement to wear a mask. It was becoming necessary to wear a
Adventure Noble County is an interactive experience that inspires families with children to visit various locations throughout Noble County, Indiana by providing a “scavenger hunt” featuring our resident fairy, gnome, and troll homes to inspire imagination and teach participants about the culture and heritage of our beautiful communities. The goal