Geminus Corporation (Geminus) began in 1992 as a management company formed to serve the administrative needs of Northwest Indiana's two community mental health centers: Tri-City Community Mental Health Center and Southlake Center for Mental Health (now Regional Mental Health Center).
Within a few years, Geminus took on the challenge of providing quality, early childhood learning opportunities through Head Start. Geminus continued to grow as it became recognized by Indiana's human service organizations as a critical community organization for administering social services in Northwest Indiana. The range of services expanded to include Early Head Start, child care resource and referral services, community-based programs focusing on child abuse prevention, domestic violence intervention, substance use prevention, case management, residential services, truancy prevention services, and much more.
In addition to community-based social services, Geminus provides administrative and support services to Regional Health Systems. Sonia Magallon is the president of Geminus Corporation.
For the Geminus Corporation's 15th anniversary, the Geminus board of directors commissioned a piece of artwork to greet visitors in the atrium of the Geminus Corporate Center. The artwork, named “A Good Place” by Hammond native David Lee Csicsko, is a reminder that each person’s success is built on the shoulders of the many friendly faces who help to make it possible. "A Good Place" also symbolizes the diversity of children and families supported by the organization. The artwork's imagery is balances positivity and healing with the sensitivities of those Geminus serves; therefore, it is neither specific to a cultural, gender or age group.