January 2018

Marbella Chavez named patient advocate

Marbella Chavez has been named the new patient advocate for the Center for Healing & Hope. Marbella, a 2017 graduate of the Indiana University Bloomington, has been a volunteer intern at the Center since fall. In that role, she assisted as an interpreter and with organizational and advocacy activities. In her new staff role, Marbella […]

Grant supports GRID

A grant of $10,000, received in late 2017 by the Center for Healing & Hope, adds support to the new Goshen Resident ID (GRID) card project. The gift, received from Schowalter Foundation, based in Newton, Kan., will support the continuing effort to register a wide spectrum of Goshen residents for the GRID card. Bryan Mierau, […]