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Point in Time Numbers to be Released in March

At next weeks Macon County Continuum of Care Community Breakfast (March 17, 8a at Good Samaritan Inn), results from the 2016 Point-In-Time survey will be release.  These numbers are collected by volunteers and staff members to try and get the most accurate count of homeless individuals in Macon County, during a 24 hour period.  This year's count was held on January 28.
Many past year's results are listed on the website, www.doveinc.org.  What will this year bring?  Regardless of the numbers, the many agencies who work with area homeless individuals as part of the MC/CoC can tell you there is still much work to be done in our area.
Would you like to be part of the solution?
Come to the breakfastJoin the MC/CoC, next meeting to be held on May 12, 1:30 p.m. at the Homeward Bound office, 788 E. Clay, DecaturVolunteer in the community at one of the many agencies working on these issuesHave a speaker come to your church or service organization to share informationDonate to a agency w…

Dove's New Executive Director Begins at Dove

Below is a bio of our new Executive DirectorThere will be a Meet and Greet onThursday, April 7, 4 to 6pat our 302 S. Union, Decatur, offices.Please Join us then!
Christine Gregory
Executive Director of Dove, Inc.

Mrs. Gregory has been a member of the Decatur Area community since 1995. Gregory previously served as Digital Learning Support Lead for the State of Illinois Virtual School (IVS), where her clients included public, private and homeschool students and faculty from across the state. She worked with a staff of 60 teachers and staff maintaining infrastructure and ensuring delivery of high quality educational experiences regardless of time, place or pace. Before joining the IVS administrative leadership team, she served as a National Board Certified Teacher in Bethany, Heyworth, Richland Community College and Millikin University. Through her 20 years in education she has impacted the lives of thousands of area students and families and developed grant-funded programs totaling over $1…