UWCI News and Stories
Joann’s husband had always been the jealous, controlling type; but over the years she had watched him shift from overbearing to truly dangerous.
Like many, “Tracy” had struggled with her weight most of her life. She always knew her habits were far from healthy, but when they led to a pre-diabetic diagnosis, she knew she had to make a change.
Last year, Indy Free Tax Prep volunteers prepared more than 7,000 tax returns for Marion County residents at no cost, resulting in more than $8 million in refunds and $1.5 million saved in tax preparation services.
Danielle’s isolation and waning confidence worried her mother. She knew Danielle needed a friend – a mentor to look up to. Danielle was introduced to her Big Sister, Kelly and soon enough, Danielle began to come out of her shell.
“Jamie,” a pre-k student at St. Mary’s Child Center, was the typical “problem child.” She was disruptive, aggressive and her emotional outbursts were draining for everyone involved. But, when Jamie’s teachers discovered her behavior stemmed from a recent traumatic experience, they knew they had to take action.
After being diagnosed with Neuroblastoma at a young age, most of his memories were of times spent with doctors and nurses. So, for Aaron, camp was more than a fun summer getaway -- it was a shot at being a “normal kid”.
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