In January 2017, Cameron Balser, 28, checked himself into the hospital. He was grappling with an undiagnosed Major Depressive Disorder and struggling with suicidal ideation and attempts.
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What can you do with a pair of drumsticks, a stability ball and a 17-gallon bucket?
Extreme weather illuminates the situation faced by homeless people.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As the heat indexes climb to dangerous levels, local organizations are offering resources and advice to help people stay cool over the next few days.
With a dangerous heat wave arriving in to the Wabash Valley, the need for temporary housing is great, according to the head of a local social service agency. “The number of calls that we have had from the homeless trying to get off the street is mind-boggling,” Suzie Thompson, executive director of Reach Services, said Wednesday.
A small child was allegedly left inside a vehicle parked on Community Hospital property for almost two hours Tuesday while his mother was interviewed by the Department of Children Services and a social worker.
A 5-year-old girl died from an accidental drowning near Jamestown.