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How Does NPI Impact People’s Lives?

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Our quarterly newsletter Developments shows off the wonderful things our tenants and staff have achieved. To access the newsletters and annual reports listed below, you will need Adobe Reader. It is available for free here.

Date
Highlights
  • NPI marks 25th anniversary in 2013: Celebration slated for June 13
  • Road to Recovery brings man back to life
  • Appreciating one of our unsung heroes: Plante Moran
  • Young adults keep warm this winter with donation from The Andersons
  • Thanks to our generous donors
  • Vote FOR mental health and recovery services
  • NPI takes lead in planning regional conference for consumers
  • Lucas County EMS visits NPI site for single moms
  • Corporate sponsors provide healthy meal and support for recovery with tenant picnic
  • Thanks to friends like you, Santa remembers NPI kids
  • True Blue finds peace in sobriety
  • Permanent supportive housing: Still the right answer
  • Integrated health: NPI, partners plan 9/21 consumer conference
  • Toledo Zoo comes to NPI children
  • Tenant’s Association picnic is Friday, 9/7
  • Meet our newly elected NPI Board officers
  • Trina McCoy shares a story of change
  • Personal victories honored during May/Mental Health Month
  • Who we serve: Demographics & more
  • Annual letters from director, board chair shed light on funding challenges
  • Cultivating recovery with small, positive steps
  • Wendy’s story
  • More homeless served thanks to The Andersons gift of building supplies
  • Save the date! Celebrating recovery with Jeannette Walls on May 2, 2012
  • Thank you for your support!
  • Anniversary Celebration: Safe Haven for Chronically Homeless Persons Marks Five Years
  • Kiwanis Comes Through for Kids
  • CareSource, Andersons Sponsor Tenant Picnic
  • Mountain Bikes Used to Reach Unhoused Individuals
  • Ella Boykin’s Recovery Story
  • You Can Help Santa Help NPI Children
  • NPI Resident Tim Lunsford: ‘Feeling Grateful’
  • Tenants Share Stories, Terry Russell of NAMI Ohio Receives Award at May Event
  • Frank Murphy of NPI Featured in ‘Toledo Streets’ Newspaper
  • Theresa McPherran Thanks NPI
  • Safe Haven Celebration Slated for Sept. 23
  • Washington Post Associate Editor Shares Family Secrets at May Event
  • State Rep. Barbara Sears at Toledo Housing Forum
  • Corporate Housing Systems & Toledo Kiwanis Give Housewarming Gifts to Residents
  • Bob Peace: My Story of Recovery
  • Find Us on Facebook!
  • Good News: The Difference You Helped Make
  • Board President Judy Buck on NPI & Families
  • 2010 Impacts, Capacity & Revenues
  • Executive Director John Hoover: Homelessness Close to Home
  • Mission, Board Members & More
  • Thank You for Supporting NPI
  • A Place to Call Home
  • Judge Timothy Kuhlman on NPI and Mental Illness
  • Andersons, KeyBank Fund Repair of Burned Apartment
  • Santa Visits NPI Children with Your Help
  • Recovery Is Always in Season at NPI
  • Paul Mason’s Story: The Long, Slow Drive to Recovery
  • Celebrating Recovery, Thanks to Our Generous Donors
  • Board of Directors: ‘NPI Opened My Eyes’
  • Tom Lamb’s Story: From Chaos & Crime to Recovery
  • Toledo Community Foundation Comes Through for NPI Children
  • KeyBank Foundation Helps Repair Homes Damaged by Fire
  • Randy Martin Finds Peace in Veterans Housing Program
  • Celebrate Recovery with NPI on May 6!
  • NPI Tenants Great & Small: Highlights
  • Tim Miller’s Story: Car Salesman of the Year Loses Everything, Recovers
  • Note from the Board President
  • Executive Director’s Perspective
  • Impacts: Individuals Served, Demographics, Budget
  • Fresh Start Children’s Learning Center Plants Seeds of Change
  • Thanks to You, Supporters & Friends
Fall 2009
  • Andersons Employees Make a Difference for NPI Children
  • Michael: One’s Man’s Story of Living Outdoors
  • Margo Houston Finds a Home of Her Own
  • Photo-Rama: Kids of All Ages Explore NPI
  • Marking A Personal Milestone in Fostoria
  • Cheryl Lewis Finds Peace after a ‘Deep, Deep Soul Sickness’
  • KeyBank Makes a Difference at NPI
  • May Event Celebrates Those Who Beat the Odds
  • AmeriCorps Volunteer Mike Jones Has Big Impact on Young Hearts
  • Gary Nagy Finds Peace after the Storm
  • Volunteers Mary Zraik and Joy Lauerer Change Lives
  • Fostoria Junction Gets Boost from Interim HealthCare
  • On the Road with NPI: Scheduled Building Tours
  • Celebrate Recovery: Why Former Pro Football Player Brian Holloway Knows the Sting of Stigma
  • For 20 Years, NPI Has Fought Homelessness for Those with Mental Illness
  • Board of Directors
  • Mission Letters from Executive Director John Hoover & Board President Greg Tipping
  • Success Stories Diana Snyder and Rhonda Walton
  • Letter from Board Treasurer Matt Denman
  • Annual Highlights
  • Financials & Impacts
  • Tenant Michael Hickam Gets Second Chance at NPI
  • Secret Santa Makes NPI Children Smile
  • Photos Tell Story of Recovery at NPI
  • Homeless No More, Vicki Hill Finds Her Stride
  • End-of-Summer Picnics Lift Spirits
  • Board Secretary Andrea Gurcsik Shares Experience in HR & as Family Member
  • Safe Haven Marks One Year Serving Chronically Homeless Persons
  • For Fostoria Mother Sharon Heilman, NPI Succeeds Where Group Care Failed
  • Board Vice President Matt Denman Learns ‘There Are People Who Can’t Help Themselves’
  • Single Mother, Once Homeless, Now a Homeowner with Help from NPI
  • How You Can Help Change Lives Forever
  • Louganis Discusses Recovery in Preparation for NPI’s 20th Anniversary
  • Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Lucas County Plans November Levy Campaign
  • Board Member Scott Heacock Finds Personal & Professional Fit with NPI
  • MHRSB Increases Funding to Keep People Housed
  • NPI Children Learn Confidence, Team Skills in Play Group
  • Safe Haven Success Melvin Pickett; Board Members & Others Purchase Beds for Tenants in Need
  • Board Members Greg Tipping & Marsha Rivas
  • Saving Trees with E-Newsletters
  • Keynote Speaker Greg Louganis Helps NPI Celebrate Its 20th Anniversary 5-23-08
  • Changing Lives, Trying to Survive – Financial Overview
  • Board of Directors
  • Mission
  • Letters from Executive Director John Hoover & Board President Doug Miller
  • Success Stories Wayne Coleman and Monica Allison
  • Highlights of the Year
  • Financials & Impacts
  • Financial Challenge – The Upkeep of Supportive Housing
  • Secret Santa Program Brings Smiles to NPI Children
  • Greg Louganis to Speak at May Event 2008
  • Ann & Lu Lovell make strides in Philanthropy
  • Safe Haven Is a Way Out for Chronically Homeless Persons
  • Success Story LaToya Wells
  • NPI’s Annual Tenant Picnic; Advocacy Update
  • Darrell & Nancy Murphy Make a Great Team Both at Work & at Home
  • ‘Supportive Housing Plus’ Offered in Fostoria
  • Safe Haven Is Coming for Chronically Homeless Persons in Toledo
  • Kimberly Roberts Finds a Better Life Through Road to Recovery
  • NPI Hosts Visitor from National Alliance to End Homelessness
  • Formerly Homeless Vets Cultivate Garden in South Toledo
  • Behavioral Health Alliance Closes
  • Advocates Recognized at May Event
  • NPI Forced to Cut Employment Program Due to Lack of Funds
  • Letters from NPI Customers
  • Poetry Contest, Skit Information & Donors Round Out May Event
  • Outside a Crack House, Janice Hollstein Saw the Light
  • NPI Apartments Available for Rent
  • Update on Homelessness – Ohioans Kaptur & Brown Support Section 8
  • Poem by Fred Glover
  • Advance Directives for Consumers
  • NPI Opens New Facility in Fostoria
  • Strategic Planning
  • Liz Murray to Speak at NPI Annual Dinner in May
  • Thriving Mission, Rising Costs – NPI Financial Challenges
  • Mission
  • Board of Directors
  • Letters from Executive Director John Hoover & Board President Doug Miller
  • Success Stories Pat Neal & John Whitlow
  • Highlights, Financials & Other Data
  • Man of Vision: Thomas Linn’s Recovery Spans Mental Health & Sight
  • Tenant’s Association Enjoys Recognition Luncheon, New Facilitator
  • Customer Survey Results Say ‘Nice Job!’ to NPI Staff
  • James Gibson’s Long & Winding Road to Recovery, Success
  • Secret Santa Program: You Can Help NPI Children This Holiday
  • Tenants Injured, North Cove Building Lost in Fire
  • NPI Employees Make Strides for Mental Health in NAMI Walk
  • Tenant’s Association Picnic Brings Sunshine & Smiles to Customers
  • Nameless No More: NPI, Northcoast Focus on Cemetery Restoration
  • Funding Challenges: A Message from Executive Director John Hoover
  • Capital Grants Benefit Residents of Adult Care Facilities
  • Getting ‘Voterized’ in Columbus, Ohio
  • NPI Tenant Garden Plants Seeds of Recovery
  • Growing Up in Subsidized Housing: National Journalist Juan Williams Shares his Story
  • Saving A Life on Griffin Street: Vets Use CPR to Rescue Neighbor
  • Housing Development Class: NPI Shares Expertise with Others around the State
  • Consumer Advocate Program: Where in the World Is Lillian Harris?
  • Zepf, NPI Talk Client Rights at Wernert Center
  • NPI Shares Story of Mental Illness with St. John’s Students
  • Housing Heroes in Washington, D.C.
  • K.C. Kramer: A Tenant’s Perspective
  • Two New Programs Target Special Groups – Single Mothers and Young Ex-Offenders
  • Grants & Development News
  • Tenant’s Association Takes Message of Advocacy to Washington, D.C.
  • Frank Ayers Retires from Rescue Mental Health Services
  • Mental Health Month Event – May 25 – Save the Date!
  • Fiscal Year 2005 Highlights & Financials
  • Executive Director John Hoover
  • NPI Board President Doug Miller
  • Success Story Louvina Reynolds
  • Success Story Connie Gring
  • Meet the Behavioral Health Alliance
  • NAMI Walks in Toledo
  • NPI Tenants: ‘Save Medicaid!’
  • Success Story Nicole Turner
  • NPI Secret Santa Program
  • What Is the NPI Tenant’s Association?
  • New Facility in Fostoria to Serve NW Ohio
  • Toledo City Council Welcomes Safe Haven
  • Success Story: NPS Construction Crew
  • NPI Team Visits Elected Officials in D.C.
  • Advocates Rally for Housing First in Toledo
  • A Better PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness)
  • Homelessness in Toledo – An Overview
  • Event Features Justice Stratton, Community Awards and Tenant Talent
  • Fiscal Year 2004 Highlights & Financials
  • Executive Director John Hoover
  • NPI Board President Chuck Thayer
  • Success Story Mark Ashley
  • Success Story Larry Wanucha

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