​Harambee is a Swahili word meaning “all pull together”. At TCC, that is what we do. This after-school program provides time for work as well as play, as kids meet at Starr Elementary School after classes and finish their homework together. Upon finishing, the children are encouraged to play in the gym or help each other out. Once a week special guests come to help with an art project! Harambee ends with a nutritious dinner provided by Reid Health before the parents arrive!

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​Women, have you struggled with being empowered to balance home, marriage, parenting, education, career, finances, and your self-worth? WOW has the answer for you! Come out, sit down, and talk with other women who are struggling with similar issues. Starting Saturday, June 9 and lasting seven weeks, join WOW and experience the inspiration that comes from a gathering a women and a good lunch. The program will run from 11:00am-2pm. RSVP to Lucinda Wright at Sponsored by Townsend Community Center and Ivy Tech Community College


​With our partner, MainSource Bank, we are able to provide the basic tools to teach our children as well as their parents why and how to save money. They learn how to write checks, pay bills and maintain accurate records of their finances.

YDEPP (Youth Drug Education Prevention Program)


YDEPP (Youth Drug Education Prevention Program) provides non-judgmental education to our youth on how to change drinking and drug use behaviors by changing beliefs, attitudes, risk perceptions, motivations, and the knowledge of how to reduce their risk of alcohol- and drug-related problems throughout their lives. YDEPP equips the participants with the appropriate tools to understand the possible risks linked with high-risk alcohol and drug choices is a significant tool to protect what we value. When we know better, we do better!