Empowerment Today for a Stronger Tomorrow Newsletter


November 2021

Monday, November 1, 2021

In November, we are reminded of the people and blessings that we are grateful for. It’s a time of giving. It’s a time where I am reminded of those that have helped me through some dark times. Recently, I watched an older movie called Enough on television. The plot was about a woman who tried to escape the … Read More


October 2021

Friday, October 1, 2021

The team at YWCA Northeast Indiana is beyond grateful for the support we receive from community members throughout our six county service area. We receive overwhelming support during Domestic Violence Awareness month and are beyond grateful! Mission-passionate people and organizations show their support in numerous ways, offering their time, talents, and treasure. To summarize just some of … Read More


September 2021

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

The addiction crisis continues to have a devastating effect in Indiana. One in 12 Hoosiers, almost a half million people, meet the criteria for having a substance use disorder (Indiana University). Chemical addiction is defined as a chronic, relapsing brain disease characterized by substance-seeking behavior despite harmful consequences (National Institute of Health). Hoosiers interested in … Read More


August 2021

Sunday, August 1, 2021

August is back to school month! In this edition, YWCA Northeast Indiana offers our kudos and heart-filled thanks to our community’s teachers and educators! Meet our YWCA Northeast Indiana Community Educators Janelle Schutt and Cristina Jimenez. Janelle and Cristina are passionate about educating youth, as well as adults, throughout our six-county service area. Please take … Read More


July 2021

Thursday, July 1, 2021

We are excited to share some wonderful news with you about the forthcoming name of our new building and domestic violence crisis shelter! The William J. and Bonnie L. Hefner Foundation has generously invested in YWCA Northeast Indiana; in recognition of their ongoing support for our mission, our new building (formerly the Hall’s Guesthouse on … Read More