Project HOPE

Project HOPE is a 20-organization consortium in Marshall County anchored by Beacon Community Impact. We provide comprehensive and coordinated access to opioid/substance use prevention, treatment and recovery services across the […]

Digital Citizenship

A program for Grades 5 and 6, Digital Citizenship offers guidance on the appropriate use of the internet and digital tools. It is Common Sense Education providing skills to participate fully […]

Layperson Naloxone Administration Training

A program that provides participants with an educational background regarding the Opioid Public Health Crisis and knowledge on the safe administration of the opioid overdose reversal drug Narcan (Naloxone). Through […]

Dame Tu Mano

Dame tu Mano es un programa en Español enfocado en la prevención y detección temprana de enfermedades a través de la educación. Dame tu Mano is a program focused on […]

Reins of Life

Reins of Life, Inc. (ROL) promotes an inclusive environment for people of all walks of life, ages and abilities. ROL mission is to improve quality of life for children and […]

Oaklawn Psychiatric Center, Inc.

PFC-SJC is a collaboration among youth-serving agencies in St. Joseph county that helps identify youth with emotional or behavioral health issues earlier, gets them help faster and improves outcomes for […]

Housing Authority City of Elkhart – Head Start

The Head Start program provides the following, but not limited to, for low income families: -Early education and kindergarten preparedness -Parent engagement & education -Healthy dietary education -Emotional behavior -Vaccination […]

The LGBTQ Center

The Youth and Family Program seeks to connect youth with trained staff and volunteer adult facilitators through support groups, social events, enrichment opportunities, and one on one check ins. This […]

United Way of Saint Joseph County

In 2021, United Way of Saint Joseph County was awarded a grant to complete their Self-Healing Communities project in an effort to address Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in our community. […]