On Sunday, October 21, 2018, Terri Stacy and Mel McMahon chat with Jenni White, Coburn Place’s VP of Mission Impact and Conrad Edwards, TCC’s Chief Marketing Officer about the More Than a Phone program, which provides phone and internet access to survivors of intimate partner violence. Hear a new featured member each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. on 93.1 WIBC. Thanks for listening!
About Coburn Place: Coburn Place offers supportive services and housing options to survivors of intimate partner violence. We utilize a compassionate model of voluntary/trauma-informed services to focus on the overall well-being of the person while addressing barriers to safety, self-sufficiency and permanent housing. This model is rooted in a deep understanding of the emotional and psychological needs that victims face as they leave their abuser.
Whether you are looking for help or wanting to get involved in supporting our program as a volunteer or donor, you can find everything you need right here on our website. If you want to speak with someone about our services and/or housing options, or about how you can get involved in making a difference, please call us at 317-923-5750 or email us, and someone will be happy to assist you!
About TCC: At TCC, we believe our communities need more than just a wireless retailer, and our employees want more than just a job. We are committed to making a positive and sustainable impact in the lives of our employees, customers, and communities.
The way we pursue making a difference is modeled by our Culture of Good. Our Culture of Good has three components being driven by purpose. If any one component has less focus and energy invested in it, the company becomes imbalanced.
Our mission here at TCC is to make employees, customers, and communities better.
Learn more at https://www.indianaoriginals.com/listing/coburn-place-2/.
This production is made possible with the help of the following: Recorded with Terri Stacy, First Day | Broadcasted by 93.1 WIBC | Imaging by Steve O’Brien, SOVO Creative, Inc. | Music Credit to The Elms, “Back to Indiana”