News ReleaseFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 10/16/2020Contact: Zach Jenkins, Public Relations Specialist, Hamilton Center, Inc.email@example.com WIN Recovery, Hendricks County Ribbon CuttingHamilton Center, Inc.’s Certified Opioid Treatment Program to serve adults with opioid use disorder October 16, 2020 Plainfield, IN- Hamilton Center, Inc., an Indiana community mental health center, announced the opening of its newest certified opioid treatment program, WIN Recovery at 401 Plainfield
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:October 19, 2020 TOWN OF BROWNSBURG HOSTS ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE FOR LOCAL FOOD PANTRY The Town of Brownsburg is hosting its annual Let’s Give Food Drive to support a local food pantry so area families in need can keep meals on the table. Residents are invited to drop off canned and boxed non-perishable items to the Brownsburg Parks Administrative Office, 402 E. Main Street, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays, November 2 through 25. Masks are required to enter the
Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU) recently presented a check for $3,500 to Brownsburg High School Athletics as part of an ongoing school spirit debit card program. The partnership allows Brownsburg fans the opportunity to show their school spirit and support the athletic program by signing up for a Brownsburg Bulldogs themed debit card. Every time the card is used as a signature based transaction, Brownsburg athletics benefits. The more cards that are in use, the larger the contribution. Since beginning
Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU) recently presented a check for $542 to Hendricks Regional Health Foundation as part of an ongoing debit card giveback program. The partnership allows members to show their support of the independent nonprofit hospital by signing up for a Hendricks Regional Health debit card. Every time the card is used as a signature based transaction, Hendricks Regional Health Foundation benefits. The more cards that are in use, the larger the contribution. Since beginning the program
NEW PROGRAM ON WRYZ: HEALTH IN HENDRICKS COUNTYKeeping you informed during the Covid-19 pandemic. HENDRICKS COUNTY – As the country has gone into self quarantine, the need for information about the Covid-19 virus seems to be everyone’s goal. We want to know how to protect ourselves and what others are doing locally. Other key questions include 1) What businesses are open, and 2) Can I go out or into town? The list goes on and on. Thanks to a Rapid Response grant from the Hendricks County Community
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