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Hospital foundation donates to Salvation Army Rehab Center

Written by Chronicle Staff. Posted in Community News & People in the News

Published on January 08, 2020 with No Comments

The Methodist Hospitals Foundation continued its tradition of providing supplies to the Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Center in Gary. Shown at the presentation, from left, are Edgar Jefferson and Kenya Jones of Methodist Hospitals; Maria Diaz, Methodist Hospitals Foundation; and Nic Montgomery and Bartheanna Riley of the Salvation Army

Methodist Hospitals Foundation continued its holiday tradition of donating a year’s supply of daily living necessities to support the Northwest Indiana Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) in Gary. The supplies included razors, shaving gel, lotion, deodorant, toothbrush and paste, slippers, combs, soap and shampoo.

“Methodist Hospitals Foundation is privileged to continue to support the work of the Northwest Indiana Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Center with our in-kind provision of supplies.  We commend the organization for the many ways its changes the lives of those they serve and, in doing so, creates hope and new opportunities for those they serve,” said Judy Lindsey, executive director of the Methodist Hospitals Foundation.

The Salvation Army’s Northwest Indiana Adult Rehabilitation Center is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program which provides spiritual, social, and emotional assistance for men who have lost the ability to cope with their problems and provide for themselves.

The facility, administered by Bill and Diane Price, offers residential housing, group and individual counseling as well as work therapy for program participants. The ARC program is free to men in the Eastern Illinois and Northwest Indiana region.

 

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