Category Archives: Homelessness

Sharing Ideas with Aspire’s Consumer Advisory Committee

Aspire’s Jim Skeel shares his thoughts on the organization’s interactions with its Consumer Advisory Committee. Continue reading

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“Medal Winning” Videos of Homelessness

With the Olympics wrapping up yesterday, our minds have been saturated over the last two weeks with the images of bronze, silver, and gold. These colors have taken on great symbolism as the brand of remarkable achievement. In this spirit … Continue reading

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Housing, an Important part of HEALTH!

When we talk about health, we often take our homes for granted. If you were to walk out of a doctor’s office with a prescription for insulin or orders to lower your stress by getting more sleep, how would you … Continue reading

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A Home for the Homeless

Housing means different things to different people, based upon their own personal experiences. Some define housing as a place to lay their head, while others define it with greater depth to include the values associated with a place to call … Continue reading

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Ten Questions with Melissa Stayton

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education. I grew up in a small town east of Muncie, IN called Farmland. I attended Ball State University, obtaining my Bachelor of Science. I later attended Indiana Wesleyan, … Continue reading

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Ten Questions with Barbara Logan

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education. I was born and raised in central Indiana, and spent most of my childhood here.  Due to family needs, I left here and briefly lived in Chicago.  I … Continue reading

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