Empowering Humanities is a collaboration of local organizations seeking to relieve needs within Huntington County. This alliance combines resources from the programs provided by social service agencies to combat poverty, homelessness and discrimination while promoting reading readiness and financial literacy.
Cribs for Kids
Huntington County Promise
R.O.C.K. (Raising Our Children's Kids) (2nd & 4th Wednesday/Month)
Stronger Together (1st & 3rd Tuesday/Month)
ESL Conversation Corner (Thursdays)
Power Club (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
Senior Exercise Class (Fridays)
Child Fatality Review & Prevention Conference (April 9)
Rapid Rehousing & Homeless Prevention Program
Huntington County Community Calendar
Kids Hope USA
Pathfinder Home Ownership Center
Pathfinder Financial Capability
Health Insurance Assistance
Health Coverage for Pregnant Women
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See how Empowering Humanities' functions assist the communities of Huntington County.
Huntington Co. Resources (2018)
Huntington House Homeless Shelter
Community Service Work Order
ALICE IN HUNTINGTON COUNTY
ALICE - The Consequences of Insufficient Household Income
Empowering Humanities Member Websites:
American RedCross - Huntington
Boys & Girls Club of Huntington County
Huntington County Community Foundation
Huntington County Community School Corporation
Huntington County Habitat for Humanity
Purdue Extension Huntington County
The Salvation Army Huntington
United Way of Huntington County
Victory Noll Center
Youth Services Bureau of Huntington County
YWCA of Northeast Indiana
Purdue Extension suggests the following links for information regarding Economic & Community Development.
Extension ECD Program - Provides informtaion & educational programs to increase community vitality, build leadership capacity, enhance public decision making and resolve public issues.
Extension ECD Blog - The Blog focus is on five different program areas: Entrepreneurship, Workforce Development & Community Learning Centers, Community Planning & Visioning, Community Leadership Development and Public Issues Education.
Purdue Center for Regional Development - Supports collaborative regional and multi-institutional approaches to problem solving and development.
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