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Winter Newsletter - 2023

News for Fourth Quarter 2023

Highlights of the past three months and a glimpse into 2024 at Thrive Alliance. 



Thrive Alliance Receives $1.2 million for Heritage Landing Apartments from Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority

Columbus - Thrive Alliance has received $1.2 million in low-income housing tax credits from Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA). These funds will enable Thrive Alliance and partner Jonesboro Investments to move forward with construction of Heritage Landing, a 64-unit affordable, senior apartment complex planned to be located at 801 N 25th Street in Terre Haute


Thrive Alliance Is Bringing the Virtual Dementia Tour® to Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson and Jennings Counties to Increase the Understanding of, and Sensitivity to Dementia, including Alzheimer’s Disease.

The patented and scientifically proven experiential program from Second Wind Dreams® has been experienced by more than three million people in 20 countries

Columbus, IN – Anyone interested in gaining a greater understanding of the impact of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias on those living with the disease is invited to participate in a sensitivity training session offered by Thrive Alliance (Area 11 Agency on Aging.)



ASAP, other agencies, working to establish recovery homes for substance abuse treatment

Plans are moving forward to use opioid settlement money to establish more substance abuse recovery houses in Bartholomew County.


Thrive Alliance recently received a gift of $10,000 from the Custer-Nugent Foundation in Columbus to assist in efforts to reduce food insecurity. The donation will be used to help fund Thrive Alliance's home delivered meals programs.


Thrive Alliance's first in-person class of Powerful Tools for Caregivers since 2019 recently completed. Comments from participants were that they “loved the help book provided.” “Alison Simo and Jane Ferril were excellent in getting the group to participate, making for more fellowship, which was great.” “Loved working in teams to learn from other caregivers experiences.” Enjoyed the class, great to know that I am not alone in this, that there are others that have it worse, and there are resources out there for support." Powerful Tools for Caregivers will be offered again soon, so be on the lookout!


Thrive Alliance recently received a $4,000 grant from First Financial Bank Foundation to help support our Adult Guardianship Services program. The Adult Guardianship Services Guardianship recruits, supervises specially trained community volunteers to provide support and advocacy to those unable to care for themselves. This program is part of a statewide network. The program enhances the quality of life of those it serves by making decisions on their behalf that reflect, to the maximum degree possible, their own life choices and preferences. 

Thrive Alliance
1531 13th St Suite G900,  | Columbus, Indiana  47201
8123726918 | slamborn@thrive-alliance.org

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