Resources: Health

Resources: Health

Health resources improve health, wellness and support recovery.

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
  • Fresh Bucks
    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.
  • Find a Food Bank or Pantry | Hunger and Health
    If you need help finding food, visit the Feeding America website for more information.
  • School and Community Nutrition Program Map
  • Summer Food Service Program
    The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a federally-funded, state-administered program. SFSP reimburses approved program operators who serve free healthy meals and snacks to children and teens in low-income areas when school is not in session. 

  • Indiana 211 – Visionlink
    CommunityOS is an I&R, Disaster, and Public Health client database and case management system.

    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 rideshare 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’s 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.

    211 Community Navigator
  • LookUp Indiana
    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.
  • FSSA/DMHA Treatment Locator

  • HIV, STD, and Viral Hepatitis Testing
    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.
  • Hepatitis C: Get checked. Get care. Get cured.
    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.
  • Buprenorphine Practitioner & Treatment Program Locator
    Find information on locating practitioners and treatment programs authorized to treat opioids, such as heroin or prescription pain relievers.
  • CHOICE: Pregnancy and Substance Use Disorder Program
    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.
  • LookUp Indiana
    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.
  • Naloxone Resource
    This website provides resources around naloxone.
  • OpenBeds – TreatmentConnection
    Search for treatment facilities near you and filter the results based on your specific needs.
  • Opioid Treatment Program (OTP)
    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.

    Indiana Opioid Treatment Program Locations
  • Substance Use Treatment Locator
    Millions of Americans have a substance use disorder. Help is available.
  • Syringe Service Programs in Indiana
    The Harm Reduction Program is housed within the Division of HIV, STD, Viral Hepatitis and provides support to communities providing, or considering providing, harm reduction programming, including syringe service programming throughout the state. 
  • Treatment Providers
    List of treatment providers throughout the state of Indiana by county.
  • Community Mental Health Centers in Indiana
    Find a complete list of offices and contact information.
  • SMI Service Providers
    Find help for severe mental illness by County.
  • Youth M.O.V.E. Indiana
    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.
  • Minority Health Coalition, Inc.
    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.
  • IN.gov Health Navigators by County
    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.
  • Adolescent Addiction Access (AAA) Program
    The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry Adolescent Addiction Access (AAA) Program is a free provider-to-provider helpline for Indiana providers caring for youth ages 17 or younger with substance use disorders (SUD).
  • Community Fairbanks Recovery Center (CFRC) Adolescent Programs
    Fairbanks has expanded adolescent services to include virtual outpatient services, combined virtual/live intensive outpatient programming, plus offers online education classes, Prime for Life and Marijuana Education for teens.
  • Community Mental Health Center, Inc.
    Community Mental Health Center, Inc., founded in 1967, is a provider of comprehensive mental health services, addiction services, and primary healthcare, offering inpatient, outpatient, home-based, school-based, and community-based programs to individuals and families in Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties in Southeastern Indiana. CMHC is a Trauma Informed Organization.
  • Harsha Behavioral Center
    Harsha Behavioral Center is a freestanding acute psychiatric care hospital serving children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics.
  • Hendricks Behavioral Hospital- Adolescent Services
    The clinical team at Hendricks Behavioral Hospital know what to do to help both the adolescent and their family members.
  • Josiah White’s Recovery Services
    For more than 170 years, White’s has helped families in crisis, in transition and in need of support through its accredited and comprehensive continuum of foster care, residential treatment, and family preservation programs.
  • Michiana Behavioral Health
    Michiana Behavioral Health offers respectful, dignified care to adults, children and teens experiencing emotional crisis and mental distress. We take a holistic approach to treatment, providing thoughtful and ethical care to those struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse and more. 
  • Regional Health Systems
    For nearly 50 years, Regional Mental Health Center, a Regional Health Systems community mental health center (CMHC), has provided mental health services in Northwest Indiana.
  • Resource Treatment Center
    Indianapolis’ leading psychiatric residential treatment center for children & young adults.
  • Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.
    Since 1971, Southwestern has been a leader in providing a wide range of programs and services to meet the mental health and addiction needs of our communities. 
  • The Community Fairbanks Recovery Center (CFRC) Family Support Center
    The Center uses the evidence-based Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) approach with a high reported effectiveness and a 64% success rate – greater than traditional (30%) or Al-Anon (13%) interventions – for helping families get addicted loved ones into treatment.
  • Valle Vista Health System
    Since 1983, Valle Vista Health System, located in Greenwood, Indiana, has been providing high-quality behavioral health care to the community. We offer care for a broad range of psychiatric and addiction disorders. We provide care to adults, and to patients as young as age twelve.