As a non-profit health system, we rely on support from friends like you to offer the programs and services that enrich the health of patients that come to Community for care—as you can see from the following 2016 Impact Report.
2016 Impact Report
- More than 100 babies traveled safely as they left Community’s care thanks to your support of our free car seat program
- More than 800 parents participated in infant education classes and attended prenatal visits, allowing them to earn vouchers for Community’s B.A.B.E. store to redeem items needed to raise a healthy baby—cribs, diapers, car seats and more
- Nearly 500 vouchers valued at $250 each were distributed to cancer patients in financial need to ensure they have access to healthy food, life-saving medicine and gas to get to and from treatment
- Thousands of healthy meals were provided to seniors in need, enriching their health and preserving their dignity
- 675 individuals on the east side received free flu vaccines, and more than 1,300 people received critical health screenings at the INShape Black and Minority Health Fair
- Zero Suicide Initiative is saving young lives through outreach, awareness and critical resources like HaveHope.com, the launch of a two-year public awareness partnership with WTHR and more than 90 local schools being served by Community behavioral health therapists
- Adults with serious mental illness are experiencing an improved quality of life through our cultural assistance programs, empowering them to engage with the community through employment, education and social opportunities
- 600 creative ideas were submitted to our annual Innovation Competition by Community’s employees to further our commitment to providing excellent patient care
- Nearly 2,000 cancer patients received additional healing help through integrative oncology programs which include yoga, massage and tai chi
- 60 victims of sexual assault received free medication to prevent HIV, while a number of other victims of assault, abuse or neglect received life-changing help from Community’s specially trained nurses
- More than 88,000 students had access to care when they needed it, thanks to Community’s school-based nurses embedded in more than 100 local schools
- 230 children coping with loss received grief support through Community Healing Hearts
My RSVP to membership in Community’s Mission Team
As part of the Mission Team, I understand that my monthly support makes it possible for everyone in need of help and hope—mothers and their newborns, families and individuals who receive life-saving care through our Emergency Departments, and every patient who finds their health restored after disease has struck—to receive superior care.