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Today, the City of Fort Wayne’s Office of Housing and Neighborhood Services announced that the Emergency Rental Assistance program will reopen on Monday, Feb. 21, 2022.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend Interim CEO Dan Florin and community leaders discussed Afghan Refugee integration and resettlement today at the USF Historic Women’s Club.
Photos and video from this morning's announcement of the new Fort Wayne Community Identification Card program by the City of Fort Wayne and Catholic...
Today, Mayor Tom Henry and Catholic Charities announced a partnership to establish a Fort Wayne Community Identification Card program.
Today, the City of Fort Wayne’s Community Development Division announced that a new Emergency Rental Assistance program has been established.
Today, United Way of Allen County announced $4.68 million being invested in Allen County over the next year.
More than $500,000 in grants have been given to local organizations to improve the health and wellness of vulnerable and low-income populations of Allen County.
On December 2nd, the Notre Dame Club of Fort Wayne and Catholic Charities, will host a lecture followed by a panel discussion focused on current research and programs aimed at helping those in need.
This year Thursday, November 19 has been designated Adoption Day, a special day to celebrate and honor families who adopt.
Crime Victim Care of Allen County will continue to provide free mental health services to refugee and immigrant families in Fort Wayne.
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