Based on achievement of treatment goals
This year, Indiana nonprofit Lifeline Youth & Family Services celebrates 50 years of changing hearts and bringing hope to families across Indiana. The organization is celebrating this milestone all year long, and last Saturday they treated their nearly 700 employees to an anniversary celebration at the Indianapolis Zoo.
Kent Castleman, CFRM, will join Lasting Change, Inc., as its chief development officer, effective April 15. In this role, Castleman will be responsible for the direction and the successful operation and strategy of the development for the family of Lasting Change organizations. Lasting Change is the parent company operating both Lifeline Youth & Family Services and Crosswinds, Inc., here in Fort Wayne and state-wide.
Based on number of families intact and the number of treatment goals achieved
*Program outcomes/success rates updated semi-annually.
Based on pre- and post-testing.
Based on credits achieved
Based on age appropriate developmental checklist
Brenda Gerber Vincent, Chief Development Officer at Lasting Change, Inc., Crosswinds and Lifeline Youth & Family Services, received the Torchbearer Award and special recognition with the Heart of Indiana Award from the Indiana Commission for Women (ICW), at the 14th Annual Torchbearer Awards on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, at the Indiana Historical Society in Indianapolis. The award is reserved for a woman who has "opened her heart and mind to the needs of humanity and has demonstrated her commitment to philanthropic service, social change and the spirit of hope." Vincent is the first NE Indiana woman to receive the award.