Community Resources

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If you, a friend, or a loved one think that you might have a mental health disorder or if you are just going through a tough time in your life and you need someone to help you work through the issues, good news—help is available through Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana. Contact us at (260) 422-6441.

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call 911 and ask for a CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) police officer.

Resources

Mental Health disorders are real, common and treatable, and there is help for the individuals living with a mental health disorder.

Click on the icon to see Community Health Resource Directory (sponsored by St. Joseph Community Health Foundation).

Mental Health America in Northeast Indiana

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Resource Directory Disclaimer

Please note that we simply list resources and cannot vouch for them or take responsibility for their work. We encourage individuals to carefully review their qualifications and ask for references before using their services.

Disclaimer:
The providers listed are not sponsored, endorsed, recommended, or licensed by the Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana (MHANI). MHANI does not take responsibility for the services by those listed. We suggest that you contact the persons or groups listed or their references for additional information.

MHANI reserves the right to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, this directory or any part of it with or without notice.

If you have any questions, please email info@mhaac.com.

Visit these Mental Health Resources (click on their name to go to their website):

Look Up 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.

Park Center

A non-profit organization dedicated to providing person-centered treatment to those with serious mental illnesses.

Bowen Center

Provides caring, professional, and cost-effective services to those in need of help. They care for their clients without judgement and work hard to improve their quality of life.

Parkview Behavioral Health

PBH is part of the Parkview Health system. They offer mental health treatment and addiction services.

St. Joseph Behavioral Health

Part of the Lutheran Health Networks, St. Joe Behavioral Health offers behavioral health services to help improve the quality of life for those struggling with mental health challenges.

National Alliance for Mental Illiness (NAMI)

An organization dedicated to increasing awareness, education, and support for those with mental illness.

Carriage House

The Carriage House follows the Clubhouse Model in which members with mental illness work with staff to manage the clubhouse, cleaning, cooking, entering data, and other work-related activities. They hope to build the self-esteem and confidence of their members so they can reintegrate into society successfully.

Crossroad

Crossroad is an organization that offers treatment for emotionally troubled children and their families.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center

An organization that provides resources and training to further educate professionals, communities, and the general public about suicide prevention.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Available 24/7 for anyone struggling or worried about a loved one struggling with suicidal thoughts or other issues.

American Foundation of Suicide Prevention/AFSP

AFSP raises awareness, funds scientific research and provides resources and aid to those affected by suicide.

American Association of Society of Suicidology

Dedicated to serving its members involved in suicide prevention or intervention and those who have been touched by suicide. It works to advance research and implementation of suicide prevention efforts.

SAMSHA Publications for Professionals, Medical Community, and General Public

Offers a variety of resources pertaining to substance abuse and mental health, SAMSHA is an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Addiction Center – Mental Health

Mental health conditions often co-occur with substance use disorders. Addiction Center provides a variety of resources for those facing an addiction.

Mental Health Front Door