A summer to remember with Camp Little Red Door

After being diagnosed with Neuroblastoma at a young age, most of his memories were of times spent with doctors and nurses. So, for Aaron, camp was more than a fun summer getaway -- it was a shot at being a “normal kid”.

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Want to take your workouts further? Stephanie will inspire you

Diagnosed in 1998 with a rare and deadly disease that clogs the central nervous system, Stephanie was told that in five years she would be unable to walk. Now she's stronger than ever before. 

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Recovery leads to self-discovery

Kristin was living a double life. She thought she was successfully hiding her addictions until one day when an argument with her brother led to her being arrested.

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Jump IN wants to know who will “Make the Leap”

Jump IN for Healthy Kids – a community-wide initiative established in 2014 to improve children’s health in central Indiana – is encouraging a wide range of organizations to “Make the Leap” to a healthier future for children throughout the region.

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Mom turns life around to regain custody of son

While under the influence, she and her son were in a restaurant. Another patron observed her intoxicated state and, concerned for the child’s welfare, called the police.

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Couple manages difficulties due to early onset Alzheimer’s

The diagnosis was early onset Alzheimer’s. Mitch tried to keep working, but the disease progressed quickly and he was no longer able to perform his job.

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Overcoming emotional scars through therapy

When "Alexander" was three, police found him wandering the streets after his parents left him in the care of their 8-year-old daughter.

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Summer in the City!

School is out, the weather is nice, and you and your family are ready to get out and see what Central Indiana has to offer in the summertime… But what to do?

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At 92, Victor stays healthy and active

After his wife died ten years ago, Victor had been living alone in Missouri. Then he discovered the senior activity center during a visit to see his daughter and decided to stay.

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Support in recovery from domestic abuse

Read the personal story of a Hendricks County woman who needed support after suffering years of abuse at the hands of her husband.

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