Fever Community Spotlight Program

Through the Fever Community Spotlight program, the Indiana Fever proudly recognizes the work of local non-profit organizations in the greater Indianapolis community. The Fever will feature different organizations at each home game during the 2014 season to help share all the great work they are doing locally.

Healthcare Education Training, Inc
Thursday, May 29 vs. Connecticut Sun at 7 p.m.

Health Care Education and Training, Inc. (HCET) is a non-profit organization committed to providing quality comprehensive education, training and program development for health care professionals, health care systems and communities. HCET strives to provide programming that improves reproductive and sexual health outcomes. HCET serves the states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin. With a solid reputation, experienced, professional staff, commitment to creativity and innovation, as well as strong leadership, HCET is recognized as a leading organization in the region and serves professionals, health care systems, families and communities to enhance public health.

HCET strongly believes in meeting the needs of diverse populations through:
-Quality, comprehensive reproductive healthcare
-Optimal health through preventative programming
-Affordable, quality health care education and training
-Partnerships that improve health care systems
-Community based projects and programs
-Partnerships to fully achieve our mission
-Evidence-based programming

Indiana Equality Action
Wednesday, June 11 vs. Seattle Storm at 7 p.m.

Pride week in Indianapolis is not only consistently growing, but also making greater connections in the local community. Indy Pride, Inc. happily announces a new community partnership with the Indiana Fever and an addition to its Circle City IN Pride week of events. Indy Pride and Indiana Equality Action will be part of the Fever�s Diversity Night on Wednesday, June 11, when the Fever hosts the Seattle Storm. The Fever�s �Diversity Night with Indy Pride and IE Action� takes place on Wednesday, June 11, 2014, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, 125 S Pennsylvania Street. Tipoff is 7:00 p.m. By purchasing tickets at http://www.circlecityinpride.org/fever/, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Indy Pride.

Marion County Commission on Youth/National Summer Learning Day!
Wednesday, June 25 vs. Tulsa Shock at 7 p.m.

Sponsored by MCCOY and the Summer Youth Program Fund, National Summer Learning Day-Indy Style took place during an Indianapolis Indians game on June 26, 2012. Over 1,000 children and adults from more than 20 summer youth programs came to Victory Field to celebrate and recognize the great work that summer programs do to prevent learning loss when school is out of session. These programs that have received funding from the Summer Youth Program Fund (SYPF) provide safe places, caring adults, interesting activities, and opportunities for new experiences in art, music, sports, social skills, personal skills, and academics. With many different organizations coming together, it was a great sight to see everyone in their green SYPF shirt as we celebrated this day as a community!

Project Home Indy
Friday, June 27 vs. Phoenix Mercury at 7 p.m.

Project Home Indy is an organization which provides programs and services to homeless teen girls who are pregnant or parenting, supporting a teen mother�s need for a safe and healthy environment to encourage individual and family success. In addition to extended-stay residential services in a safe, structured and supportive environment, Project Home Indy offers each teen and her child a comprehensive assessment designed to determine needed services. Project Home Indy is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization recognized by the federal government. All contributions are tax-deductible. For more on Project Home Indy, visit www.projecthomeindy.org.

Sunday, June 29 vs. Atlanta Dream at 6 p.m.

The Congenital Heart Walk is an ongoing national effort between the Adult Congenital Heart Association (ACHA) and The Children's Heart Foundation (CHF). We walk to honor and remember the millions who have been impacted by congenital heart disease (CHD). The Congenital Heart Walk shows the nation how a team of inspired individuals can join together to make a difference. Funds raised will support the missions of both national nonprofit organizations who are uniting to fight CHD! Since 2010, CHW has raised more than $3.2 million in total.

Cornerstone Autism Center
Thursday, July 17 vs. Chicago Sky at 7 p.m.

Children struggling with autism want to express themselves, interact with their world and learn more about it, and enjoy life. Cornerstone gives your child the skills in behavior, communication, social interaction and academics to increase independence every day. After a comprehensive assessment, we establish immediate and long-term goals for your child�s progress. Our year-round, one-on-one programs are directly supervised and developed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Our behavior therapists use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Verbal Behavior (VB) therapy to break life down into small, manageable pieces and reassemble it into productive behavior patterns. Cornerstone applies a tried and true scientific method of identifying your child's individual motivations � such as hugs, movies or cheering � and uses those motivations to break through barriers to progress. We further tailor that intensive treatment to your child's unique needs, abilities and preferences. If your child grows distracted, tired or agitated along the way, our therapists adjust quickly to ensure engagement remains. Our facilities are specifically designed to be warm and welcoming to children, parents and caregivers. They feature calming colors, signature d�cor, an abundance of open spaces, play fixtures and learning amenities. Cornerstone encourages your child to energetically climb, jump, play and explore with others and nurtures your child�s unquenchable curiosity for knowledge. Therapists also increase or decrease sensory stimulation as necessary to meet your child�s requirements while respecting socially acceptable boundaries. In addition to group sessions, your child also enjoys a personalized, private space in which to continue treatment, play with a favorite toy or simply relax.