VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - Bridges Out of Poverty training started on Thursday in Vermillion County.
The session focused on how to better communicate with people living in poverty.
There were people from different professional backgrounds there.
The goal is to better understand the challenges of the people they serve.
- Bridges Out of Poverty kicks off training
- Linton-Stockton staff learns lessons on poverty
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- Elf Training
- Poplar Street Bridge Update
- Local groups learn how to better help those impacted by poverty
- People in Brazil are taking a serious look at the poverty in their community
- Bridge Festival seeing more interest in history of covered bridges.