Information Resources: HEALTHMaking informed, healthy choices that support physical and emotional well-being
Giving Hoosiers their best chance at recovery improves not only their health, but the health of the entire state. Every Indiana community benefits when we recognize that addiction is a disease and provide opportunities to put people on a path to better health. The Indiana Recovery Network is an invaluable partner in that work.
Kristina Box, MD, FACOG
Indiana State Health Commissioner
The Indiana Recovery Network has helped Indiana attack the drug epidemic through prevention, treatment and enforcement by bringing together resources for the full continuum of care. Their work has helped make treatment and harm reduction available to more Hoosiers who are willing to take the first step in their recovery journey.
Jennifer Sullivan, MD MPH
Secretary, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration
Find a Food Bank or Pantry Near You | Hunger and Health
One of the easiest ways to help people get access to healthy food is to donate food to your local food bank. Find the closest one here.
2-1-1 is a free and confidential service that helps Hoosiers across Indiana find the local resources they need. We're here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Need a Lyft?
Dial 1-866-211-9966. To overcome barriers related to transportation, FSSA and IN211 are excited to announce our partnership with Lyft. Lyft is a public ridesharing platform that allows IN211 to request rides through a live-online network. IN211 can provide free, on-demand rides to individuals enrolled in substance use treatment and certified recovery programs across the State of Indiana. There a brief eligibility assessment required, simply dial 1-866-211-9966 and you are on your way. Currently, IN211 is unable to provide transportation to Medicaid insured patients.
Are you someone seeking recovery from opioids?
Dial 1-866-211-9966. Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) has partnered with IN211 and Open Beds to provide Hoosiers live treatment access across the state. By dialing 1-866-211-9966 you will be connected to a highly trained Community Navigator. This individual will act as a guide and advocate to locate available treatment in real time.
A list of links to resources available for each county.
Find a complete list of offices and contact information.
List of Helpline numbers and a healthcare facility map that offers a wealth of information on local resources.
A certified navigator can assist you with the process to apply for your health insurance. You may work with a navigator in any county in Indiana.
An opioid treatment program is committed to the treatment of individuals with an opioid use disorder. Indiana opioid treatment centers are a network of outpatient providers that offer an array of medically supervised medication assisted treatment options for those who wish to overcome an addiction to or dependence upon opioids.
Improve people's lives and build stronger, healthier communities. With an initial focus on opioids, we will develop and implement a data-driven system focused on substance abuse prevention, early intervention, treatment, recovery, and enforcement that substantially reduces the prevalence of substance use disorder (SUD) in Indiana and helps those with SUD achieve recovery and become or return to being productive, contributing members of their communities.
Millions of Americans have a substance use disorder. Help is available.
Find information on locating practitioners and treatment programs authorized to treat opioids, such as heroin or prescription pain relievers.
This guide is designed to help providers and community- and faith- based organizations connect those who are in need with services FSSA provide. It contains information about programs provided and administered by FSSA and a few other state agencies, and gives direction on how Hoosiers qualify to receive assistance from a variety of programs.
This website provides resources around naloxone.
List of treatment providers throughout the state of Indiana by county.
INSTEP coordinates the efforts of many collaborating organizations to support those suffering from substance use disorder. Together, we can educate the public and march proactively toward a solution.
Community Hospital East is proud to offer the CHOICE (Change, Hope, Overcome, Inspire, Compassion, Educate) program to pregnant women struggling with substance use disorders. This program is designed to help each patient get into a treatment program that works for her and to support her on the path to recovery. Resources available to patients include medical care, medications, therapy, and community-based assistance options.
Youth MOVE Indiana (YMIN) works to help children, teens, and adolescents across the state navigate through the difficulties of living with mental and behavioral issues. YMIN’s mission is to inspire and unite youth to bring real change to the state’s legislature—furthering acceptance, tolerance, and understanding of mental health.
HIV, STD, and viral hepatitis testing is conducted by local health departments, community based organizations, and AIDS service organizations across the state. The link takes you to our resource map that allows you to select the services including testing, HIV care coordination, syringe service programs, and other services, including the contact information and details about each service.
Did you know that Hepatitis C is more contagious than HIV and can be life-threatening? There is good news though, by following the 3 Cs of Hep C: Check. Care. Cure. Hoosiers can get tested, receive care and be cured. With your help we can inform Hoosiers to get more people tested for hep C and ultimately cured.
Providing the resources that will ensure all Indiana residents can have a healthy, productive life . Ultimately, eliminating health disparities through research, education, advocacy and access to health care services for minority populations.
Indiana initiative bringing together state and business leaders to help local communities prevent, treat, and recover from prescription opioid abuse.
LookUp is a compassionate initiative designed to provide mental health information and reduce the stigma associated with these serious health issues. By connecting those in need with life-saving resources, The Lutheran Foundation desires to deliver community-wide hope and healing.
Search for treatment facilities near you and filter the results based on your specific needs.
Glossary of Substance Use Disorder Terminology
The Summer Food Service Program for Children (SFSP) was created to serve nutritious meals to children when National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program meals are not available. To ensure all children receive proper nutrition throughout the year, SFSP reimburses organizations that prepare and serve meals to eligible children during the summer and school vacation periods.
Fresh Bucks is a nutrition incentive program that provides the opportunity for individuals and families who utilize the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), recognized as Hoosier Works/EBT in Indiana, to purchase more fruits and vegetables from local farmers at participating Farmers Markets in Marion County.