HART program gives hope for opioid recovery

The Lutheran Foundation CEO Marcia Vollmer Haaff joined Mayor Tom Henry at a press conference on November 20, along with representatives of the Fort Wayne Police Department, Parkview Behavioral Health, Purdue Fort Wayne and Lutheran Social Services, to roll out HART, a new program that comes alongside people at risk of opioid overdose. Read more in this article in the Journal Gazette....

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The Lutheran Foundation approves funding for Cedars Hope Housing

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The Lutheran Foundation and FWPD programs work together to reduce drug impact in Fort Wayne

For release: Friday, January 24, 2020Contact: Natalie Eggeman, (260) 427-1167, Natalie.Eggeman@cityoffortwayne.org Mayor Henry announces Lutheran...

Pastor's wife talks mental illness

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TLF CEO Marcia Haaff named Community Partner of the Year!

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There is Hope . . . No Matter What

Why is May National Mental Health Awareness Month? Perhaps it’s because more than any other...