40th Anniversary Tag

29 Jan - The Story of the Silver Cup

by Steve Cook, Former New Hope CEO I recently gave Allison Wharry, current New Hope of Indiana CEO, a silver cup that was given to me by my mentor Bob Cannon who served as the second administrator for New Hope. New Hope was the first large private residential facility for people with developmental disabilities in Indiana when it opened in March of 1978. The program was funded through Medicaid via a per diem rate for each individual living there. At the time, Medicaid was administered by the Indiana Department of Public Welfare, which preceded the current state agency, Family...

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17 Jan - A New Hope Associate Reflects

by Dorothy Nowlin-Love, Transportation Assistant I think it is the spirit of hope and love that is demonstrated throughout New Hope. That is how my journey began at New Hope. I started working as a teenager in the year of 1978, in the Food Service Department as an associate. Looking back through the years, I can still hear the voices of laughter of the past between the staff and the individuals we still serve enjoying and interacting with each other at meal times. When St. Vincent took over New Hope, the vision of New Hope continued to grow...

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02 Jan - New Hope Celebrates 40 Years of Hope!

2018 marks a momentous year for New Hope of Indiana as we celebrate 40 years of hope. Since our doors opened in 1978, we have provided those with disabilities and families in need of care and support with programs that are impactful, innovative and compassionate. Whether clients have been with us for one week or 40 years, they have found staff who are devoted to providing support and ensuring that they have the tools to reach their full potential. Over the years, we’ve heard powerful words from a number our families: “New Hope has created and supported an environment that...

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