Jane Ruff to retire from Hopewell Center
"30 years of offering hope to people overcoming challenges"
The Arc of Indiana Utility Support Program Announcement
We are excited to share information about The Arc of Indiana’s new Utility Support Program to assist people with disabilities and their families with funds for heating or cooling utility bills.
Family with a dependent child under the age of 18 One or more residents in household must have a disability Family income at or below 250% of federal poverty level
Eligible Utility Support Services:
Funding to prevent disconnection of services Funding to reactivate services Funding to cover utility debt back to one year from date of application Deposit assistance to begin services Up to two months heating or cooling utility bill assistance For complete information, please visit: The Arc of Indiana Utility Support Program
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In 1988, the Arc of Indiana started Master Trust, a trust service to allow parents to provide financial support to their children without jeopardizing their benefits. A second trust is now available with a minimum funding level of only $300. These services are provided under the expertise of The Arc to allow persons with disabilities to supplement current benefits while preserving continued eligibility.
Hopewell Center named Non-Profit of the Year
We are honored to have won Non Profit of the Year, at the 2015 Annual Awards Gala presented by the Madison County Chamber.
On a night when the theme was being “courageous,” there were countless stories of sacrifices people and companies have made to stay in business in Madison County. Take a look at Hopewell's Story!