Mapping Indiana’s Compassion

The Indiana Compassion Map allows users to explore the richness and diversity of over 11,000 of the state’s community healing organizations, learning more about what they do and where they are located.
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Bright Ideas Indiana is a project of the Governor’s Management Performance Hub (MPH), the Indiana Family and Social Service Administration (FSSA), and the Indiana Office of Technology (IOT). It highlights promising practices by Indiana nonprofits to encourage peer-to-peer learning and innovation. The state agencies commissioned the Sagamore Institute for Policy Research (SIPR) to conduct research statewide to identify excellent social service nonprofit organizations.

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Profiles: Promising Practices in Messaging & Advocacy

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Community Transportation Network

Community Transportation Network

The goal of Community Transportation network is to provide full access to community resources through friendly transportation service for seniors, persons with disabilities, children, youth and the agencies that support them.  

Turnstone

Turnstone

Part of the Fort Wayne Community since 1943, Turnstone offers a variety of services and programs for children and adults with disabilities and their families. This includes an early learning center, health, fitness and wellness programs, social work services therapy, adaptive sports and recreation, and a new memory care program that is part of the Adult Day Services.  

Dunes Learning Center

Dunes Learning Center

Dunes Learning Center has utilized marketing and outreach campaigns to make the “best kept secret” of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore more accessible.