Because it Takes a Village...

Our Tenant Partners

Thanks to our partners, we have the opportunity to make a greater impact on our community. We are especially thankful for our tenant partners who have teamed up with us to make a difference in our community.

Intersect, Inc.

Intersect, Inc, is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is “Promoting, Encouraging and Empowering our Community for Healthy Living”.  Intersect uses evidence based strategies to decrease substance use within Madison County.  Listed below are some examples of effective strategies that we are currently working on:

  • Strengthening Families
  • Team Awareness
  • Smoke Free Air 
  • SADD
  • Hidden in Plain Sight
  • Project Magic
  • Indiana Tobacco Quitline

Community Wellness Cooperative

The Community Wellness Cooperative is a branch of Community Hospital Anderson. We exist to improve and maintain the wellness of the community. Prevention is the primary focus, because it’s much easier to prevent than it is to recover. Most of our programming involves partnering with other organizations to enhance the health of their participants. We also offer free individual health assessments on an appointment only basis. The health assessment will involve discussing your current lifestyle habits such as diet, exercise, and stress. No medications will be involved, only practical steps you can take to prevent disease and promote health! Please call 765-298-4370 to schedule an appointment.

Black Nurses Association of Anderson

The Black Nurses Association of Anderson is a non-profit organization formed to recruit, encourage, mentor, and financially assist nursing students. Services offered include blood pressure screenings, cholesterol screenings and diet awareness, distribution of health related information on various diseases and illnesses, and assisting with immunization clinics.

TRC Early Head Start

Head Start is a federal preschool program that promotes the school readiness of children ages birth to 5 from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development. Telamon operates three types of Head Start programs for disadvantaged families: Head Start (preschool for children ages 3 to 5 years old), Early Head Start (childcare for children 0 to 3 years old and pregnant women), and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start (childcare and preschool for children of eligible farmworkers ages 0 to 5 years old). Children with disabilities are encouraged to participate in all programs.

the gathering of the queens, inc.

The Gathering of the Queens is a sistahood serving women, children and families near and far. Its mission is to service all people, love all people, and empower, elevate and encourage all people!  The Queens coordinate The 765 Food Desert Project and other programs that benefit the community-at-large.




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