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Mental Health/Medical Resources

Medical Resources:


To apply for Medicaid, you will need to fill out and submit a Medicaid application, also known as an Indiana Application for Health Coverage. Once you submit your complete application, it will take up to 90 days to determine if you are eligible; however, many applications are reviewed in less time. You can check on the status of your application online by clicking on your county of residence or by calling 1-800-403-0864. You will need to have your case number to check the status of your application.

Indiana Health Coverage Program Provider Locator

This search finds providers of medical services enrolled with Indiana Medicaid. However, these providers may not be accepting new patients or patients in every Medicaid program. You should contact the provider directly to see whether he or she is accepting new patients. Be sure to tell the provider that you have Medicaid coverage.

Medicaid Waiver Information

Indiana Medicaid pays for services for individuals who choose to remain in their home as an alternative to receiving services in an institution, such as a nursing facility. These services are referred to as home and community-based services. These programs are intended to assist a person to be as independent as possible and live in the least restrictive environment possible while maintaining safety in the home.

988 Campaign: Transforming Crisis Care in America

Starting on July 16, 2022, the three-digit phone number 988 will route all calls to the National Suicide Prevention LifeLine.  In 2020, Congress gave access to compassionate support readily available through various communication devices to those in need.  Now, CARF International will join forces with National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention and more than 250 other organizations to promote the 988 platform.


Families United for Support and Encouragement (FUSE)

At FUSE we provide information, resources and support to  families and individuals with disabilities or mental health needs. When families first learn that their child has a disability or a mental health care need, they often don’t know where to turn. As those children grow into adulthood, services and supports change, and families need to learn how to navigate new systems and services. We act as a guide with individuals and families to information and resources that help them meet their individualized needs and live a fulfilling life in their community.

Help, Hope, Live

Medical fundraising for the expenses insurance doesn't cover


Covering Kids and Families

Free, local help for your healthcare coverage and insurance needs.

AWARE Program

AWARE facilitates a quick and readily identifiable 4” emblem/sticker that can be placed on vehicles and residences to serve as an indicator that first responders may likely interact with an individual with a cognitive disorder.

Safety Resources


A Parent's Guide to First Aid

Mental Health Resources:

(all descriptions are taken from the organizations' websites)

The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed- An IDD/MI dual diagnosis refers to individuals with an intellectual/developmental disability (IDD) who concurrently experience a mental health condition. While the exact prevalence is unknown, most professionals accept that roughly 35% of people with intellectual disabilities also experience mental health challenges.

Therapeutic Interventions for Individuals with Dual Diagnoses (I/DD and Mental Illness)

Children's Mental Health Wraparound (CMHW)- CMHW services provides youth, with serious emotional disturbances with intensive, home and community-based wraparound services that will be provided within a System of Care philosophy and consistent with wraparound principles. 

CMHW services are provided by qualified, DMHA-approved, specially trained service providers who engage the participant and family in a unique assessment and treatment planning process characterized by the formation of a child and family wraparound team. The team will make available to the participant/family an array of strategies, which include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Behavioral health and support services

  2. Crisis planning and intervention

  3. Parent coaching and education

  4. Community resources and supports

System of Care Coordinator (by county)

Community Mental Health Center - Community Mental Health Center, Inc. is a provider of comprehensive mental health services, offering inpatient, outpatient, home-based, school, and community-based programs to individuals and families in Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland counties in Southeastern Indiana. CMHC offers services at 19 facilities located in Lawrenceburg, Batesville, Brookville, St. Leon and Vevay.

Catholic Charities- Individual, couple and family counseling. Professional counseling is available on a sliding fee scale, based on income. We also accept a variety of private insurances. Professional counseling services are provided for school children along with consultation services for teachers and parents in our Indianapolis Catholic schools. 317-236-1523. Indianapolis, IN

Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center- Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center's primary mission is to serve individuals with serious mental illness and chronic addiction and seriously emotionally disturbed children and their families. Patients of all ages are welcomed, from children to seniors, with a philosophy of care that stresses strength-based and family- and community-centered treatment utilizing the Recovery Model of treatment. Accepts Medicaid.  317-880-8491. Indianapolis, IN.

Franciscan Psychiatric Specialists- Franciscan Physician Network Psychiatric Specialists offers individualized assessment, diagnosis and treatment for patients 5 years of age and older. Offering an intensive outpatient program and partial hospitalization program. Specializing in Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Bipolar Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Must have referral from Franciscan physician. 317-781-3488. Indianapolis, IN

Centerstone-  Our staff of doctors, nurses, counselors, case workers, leaders and support staff are here to help individuals from all walks of life get the treatment they need to live a fuller, happier life. We accept most insurances – including Medicaid, Medicare and many commercial insurance plans. Centerstone of Indiana serves all patients regardless of inability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. 877-HOPE123. Locations throughout Central and Southern Indiana.

Adult and Child-  With 8 locations across Central Indiana, we promote easy access to supports like individual or family therapy, medication, community based supports, transitional housing, employment services, disease management, and much more. A&C Health is happy to accept most major insurances, including Medicaid. We offer an income based sliding fee scale and free access to a Benefits Navigator who can assist you in applying for public benefits. The best way to access behavioral health care services is to call us at 877.882.5122 and learn which location and Open Access time will best fit your schedule. Central Indiana

Jane Pauley-  Through our Behavioral Health department, we offer a number of services, including consultations, individual counseling, group counseling for children and adolescents, and assessments. We also offer assessments for ADHD, psychoeducational assessments, as well as psychological evaluations. Marion, Hancock, Shelby and Madison Counties

Milestones- Milestones is a certified outpatient mental health clinic offering a wide range of supports. With 20 years of experience, we provide a unique combination of behavior and therapeutic approaches to address mental health needs and provide personal care for each of our clients. Milestones has master's-level clinicians and a variety of support services staff available to meet the needs of children, adolescents, families and individuals with developmental disabilities. Bloomington and Columbus, IN


Caregiver Counseling Resources

Be Well Crisis Helpline-  The free Be Well Crisis Helpline was established by FSSA’s Division of Mental Health and Addiction in direct response to the elevated levels of stress and anxiety Hoosiers are experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 has caused a rise in mental health-related issues across Indiana and the entire country, including new stresses brought on by social isolation and the lack of traditional support systems such as family, friends, schools, religious and other community organizations. For many Hoosiers, anxiety regarding financial stress, grief and loss over bereavement and the loss of one’s “normal routine,” along with all of the unknowns regarding COVID-19, is overwhelming.
“By calling 2-1-1 (and selecting 3), callers will connect with an experienced and compassionate counselor specially trained to help with issues triggered or worsened by COVID-19,” said Jay Chaudhary, J.D., DMHA director. “The trained counselors will be able to listen, provide support and promote personal resiliency.” The Be Well Crisis Helpline is funded by a Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. In Indiana the program becomes part of the state’s new Be Well Indiana initiative. Additional information about the mental health resources available to Hoosiers is available at

Agape Counseling- Providing counseling to children, adolescents, couples, families, and individuals who are experiencing mental health, behavioral, or addiction issues. $90 per 50-minute session. Accepts a variety of private insurances. Reduced fee services are available. 317-886-7404. Indianapolis, IN

Cummins Behavioral Health- Cummins provides a full range of therapeutic services to children in multiple school townships throughout central and western Indiana. Some families will be seen within the community or in one of Cummins office locations. Services to adults with serious and persistent mental illness involves individuals, their families, other natural supports, medical providers, and other community partners involved in the person’s recovery.  888-714-1927. Avon, Indiana.

Aspire- Behavioral health services are provided in an Aspire health center, in a home, school, community-based setting, and through Video in Person (ViP) appointments over a computer or mobile device. We accept Medicaid and many commercial insurance companies. We offer a sliding-fee scale for consumers who are uninsured. 317-587-0568. Indianapolis, Carmel and Noblesville, IN

Gallahue- Community Health Network offers the most comprehensive behavioral healthcare system in Indiana - including inpatient and outpatient services for youth (ages 5-18), adults and seniors. Contact us at 317-621-5700. Indianapolis, Greenfield, Greenwood, Shelbyville, Kokomo, Tipton, Frankfort, and Anderson, IN

Choices in Counseling- Private practice offering individual, couples and family therapy to children, adolescents and adults.  Owned and operated by Dorian Angebrandt, LCSW who has provided professional counseling services to the residents of Johnson and surrounding counties since 2008. Currently only offering tele-health. 317-346-6252. Franklin, IN

Family Services of Bartholomew County- The Counseling Program involves the provision of individual, marital, family and/or group therapy/counseling to address a wide range of mental health concerns. We are now offering teletherapy via Zoom and are accepting new clients. 812-372-3745. Columbus, IN 

Bloomington Meadows- Dedicated to helping patients restore their health and get a fresh start. We provide each patient with comprehensive behavioral health assessment. Offering acute inpatient, adult detox, mental health services for children ages 6-17, intensive outpatient, outpatient, and telehealth services. Bloomington, IN

Fairbanks- Because every person and every experience with substance use disorder is different, we offer a variety of programs designed to meet individual needs. Upon arriving at Fairbanks, you or your loved one will be assessed to determine the proper course of treatment. While there are different levels of treatment, from inpatient to recovery management, our comprehensive approach supports the mind, body and spirit of every individual we serve. Indianapolis, IN

Options- Experienced staff and clinical excellence have made Options Behavioral Health the most recognized mental health and psychiatric disorder treatment hospital in Indianapolis, and we look forward to providing our services for years to come. Indianapolis, IN

Valle Vista- Valle Vista Health System offers a wide continuum of specialized mental health services for patients as young as age 5. Our facility, located in Greenwood, Indiana, provides treatment for psychiatric issues such as depression and schizophrenia, as well as drug and alcohol addiction. Levels of care include inpatient, girls residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. Greenwood, IN

Median Psychological Associates- (Adult ADHD) We are a community of mental health professionals with a breadth of training and experience dedicated to excellence in providing a wide range of diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services.  We strive to create a supportive atmosphere for change, growth and development. Indianapolis, IN

(all descriptions are taken from the organizations' websites)

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