IHCDA

Governor Holcomb is committed to helping Hoosiers with substance use disorders achieve and maintain recovery. By providing education and fostering further collaboration, the Indiana Recovery Network will play an important role in this effort.

Jim McClelland
Indiana Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement


ISDH

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


IFSSA

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 Walthall, MD MPH
Secretary, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration


IHCDA

A safe and sheltered space is fundamental to everyone's health and well-being. Unfortunately, the destructive nature of substance use disorders can often lead to a housing crisis or homelessness. Provided here are a list of resources that can help connect you with housing and housing supportive services.

Jacob Sipe
Executive Director
Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA)


Ivy Tech

Education helps individuals in so many ways. Besides improving career opportunities, it helps people find purpose and build new social networks. Social capital is a big part of a person’s recovery capital. We are honored to help recoveree’s find or improve their purpose and social capital with the Indiana Recovery Network and Ivy Tech.

Sue Ellspermann, PhD
President, Ivy Tech Community College