Indiana State FlagCenterstone has been serving residents of Indiana for over 50 years. Annually, our employees help over 24,000 individuals every year at more than 60 locations throughout South Central Indiana. We offer many different programs and services, and we can help you. 

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General Services

  • Customer Care Center and Crisis Call Center (24/7/365): 800-832-5442
  • Walk-In Crisis
  • Outpatient Counseling Services
  • Psychiatric Evaluations & Medication Management
  • Consultation and Evaluation Services
 

Specialized Programs and Services

  • Alcohol and Drug Treatment
  • Business Services
  • Vocational Services
  • Case Management Services
  • Child and Family Services
  • Group Therapy
  • Residential Services

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Online Directory of Services

Below you will find a complete listing of the services and programs we offer in Indiana. To search, simply use the search field on the left hand side of the page. For a printable version, please download our Directory of Services.



Child of Alcoholic (COA) groups Ages: 17 and younger
State: IN
This support group for the children of alcoholics meets at the same time as an adult group for Parents in Recovery.
Eligibility: Children aged 7 to 12 whose parents have had significant substance abuse difficulties.
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Spencer 812.829.4871
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Clubhouse Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
The Clubhouse provides an environment of community, friendship, education, meaningful work and support for individuals who experience behavioral health disorders. The goal is to rebuild lives of participants with the belief that every member can sufficiently recover from the effects of mental illness and lead a personally satisfying life.
Eligibility: Membership in a clubhouse is open to anyone who has a history of mental illness. Membership in the program means belonging to, fitting in and having a place where you are always welcome.
Contact Telephone: Bartholomew county 812.348.7443; Jackson county 812.522.4341
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew and Jackson Counties
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Parenting Skills Group Ages: Parents of children 17 and younger
State: IN
This group uses parenting skills form an evidence-based parenting program and meets for 12 sessions and childcare is provided under terms of the grant.
Eligibility: Parents of children with behavioral health difficulties
Contact Telephone: Martinsville 765.342.6616 or Mooresville 317.834.8187
Counties Offered:
Morgan County
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Beginner's IOP Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Beginner's Intensive Outpatient Program is part of the continuum of care for clients who meet dependence criteria, have had little to no substance treatment history, little to no education about substances and little to no sober support. Must be staffed with Addictions team and therapist.
Eligibility: 
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Monroe County
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Adolescent Substance Abuse Group Ages: 13-18
State: IN
Adolescent Substance Abuse Group is a 16-week intensive and comprehensive evidence-based therapeutic model intended for adolescents meeting criteria for substance dependence. The adolescent Matrix Model consists of research-based techniques integrated into an approach that includes individual, family and group sessions and separate parent and adolescent substance-education groups. Referrals can be made from correctional, educational and familial systems.
Eligibility: Adolescents meeting criteria for substance dependence. Referrals from correctional, educational and familial systems.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew and Monroe counties
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IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program) and Alternative to Addictions for Substance Abuse Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This program uses a twelve-step model for treatment of moderate-stage chemical dependency. The program includes a co-dependent group component. The number of hours and sessions per week varies by location.
Eligibility: Individuals assessed as having moderate-stage chemical dependency.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802 Centerstone - ask for office in one of the counties in Centerstone East, West, or Central Region.
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Decatur, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Consultation and Evaluation Services Ages: All Ages
State: IN
Evaluations are provided to children, adolescents and adults to determine severity of problem and recommended treatments. They are conducted by a Masters-level clinician or psychologist. Consultation services are generally focused on future treatment recommendation and are provided upon discharge or request by Bloomington Hospital or area jail.
Eligibility: Anyone may request
Contact Telephone: Contact Centerstone at 800.344.8802.
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Red Oak Center Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
The Red Oak Center teaches customized job skills (cashier, clerical, computers, construction, custodial, culinary and food service) to people in a differentiated learning atmosphere.
Eligibility: Adults needing job skills training that accommodates learning differences.
Contact Telephone: 812.378.3862
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Johnson and Monroe Counties
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Adolescent Drug Education Class (ADEC) Ages: 12-18
State: IN
ADEC is an 8-hour lecture class that educates participants about aspects of substance use and abuse. The class focuses on the effects substance use has on the individual, society, family, education, and employment. ADEC is for adolescents who do not show signs of abuse or dependence, but show signs of experimentation and are experiencing consequences. Referrals are often from correctional and educational agencies.
Eligibility: Adolescent who has evidence of experimenting with alcohol or other drugs; typically referred by legal or school systems
Contact Telephone: 812.337.2249
Counties Offered:
Monroe County
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Case Management Services Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Case management provides home-based support for those with severe behavioral health disorders, including monitoring and oversight of symptoms and progress, assistance with accessing needed community resources, consumer education and advocacy, crisis intervention, and life skill training. Case management also includes monitoring of day-to-day activities and assistance in receiving medical care when needed.
Eligibility: Generally appropriate for people with a behavioral health diagnosis who are having difficulty with some or many aspects of daily functioning.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Decatur, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Children First Ages: Parents of children age 18 and younger
State: IN
Children First is a two-hour educational program for divorcing parents with children designed to help them understand the potential effects of divorce upon children and how to help children cope with those effects.
Eligibility: Divorcing parents of minor/dependent children
Contact Telephone: Bartholomew county 812.314.3510; Jackson county 812.522.4341; Jennings county 812.346.4468
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Fayette, Jackson and Jennings Counties
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Dino Club Ages: 17 and younger
State: IN
The Dino Club is an evidenced-based group treatment program for young children with behavioral health issues. Children and their families learn coping techniques, communication skills, and strategies for dealing with school and home challenges
Eligibility: Childen ages 4-7 with a behavioral health diagnosis and their families
Contact Telephone: (812) 279-3591 - Bedford, (812) 339-1691 - Bloomington, (765) 342-6616 - Martinsville, (317) 834-8187 Mooresville, (812) 829-4871 Spencer
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Employment Services Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Employment Services is a vocational counseling program for individuals with serious mental illness or those referred by Indiana Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. It is designed to assist in the development of pre-employment skills, resume writing, interviewing and relationship skills, as well as providing job development and job coaching. Program staff may also provide on-site skill building and support.
Eligibility: Individuals assessed as having a serious mental illness but capable of employment. Individuals referred by Indiana Office of Vocational Rehabilitation identified as having difficulty securing employment.
Contact Telephone: Columbus 821.314.3400; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Connersville 765.825.4124; Madison 812.265.1918; Rushville 765.932.3974; Martinsville 765.342.6616; North Vernon 812.346.4468; Richmond 765.983.8660; Seymour 812.522.4341; Spencer 812.829.4871; Winchester 765.584.1735
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Brief Intensive Group Ages: 12 and older (Fayette, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties 18 and older)
State: IN
This is a six-week therapy group to help a person identify triggers and to develop a "change" plan. Client will meet two times per week for 1 1/2 hrs. (This program is also available for Spanish-speaking clients.)
Eligibility: Client who do not meet the criteria for IOP or those who refuse an IOP recommendation; BIG can be used to facilitate more intensive level of tx should client fail to maintain sobriety in BIG setting
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Richmond 765.983.8045; Spencer 812.829.4871
Counties Offered:
Fayette, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Stress Management Group Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This 10-week group helping clients to manage acute or long-term life stresses, which can include the stress of dealing with mental health issues. The group focuses on addressing cognitive distortions specific to anxiety disorders.
Eligibility: Anyone feeling overwhelmed by the stresses of daily life or are experiencing situational stress. Clients with anxiety issues would also be appropriate. Client must be capable of completing homework and participating in group. Free from serious mental illness or active addiction. This group is not appropriate for PTSD issues.
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Spencer 812.829.4871
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Mood Management Group Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This group is available for any client with mood symptoms that significantly interfere with their quality of life. The group is a therapy-based cognitive behavioral therapy program and addresses core beliefs and cognitive restructuring.
Eligibility: Adults with a mood disorder or significant mood symptoms. Client must be capable of completing homework and participating in group. Clients with active psychosis or substance dependence are not appropriate.
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Richmond 765.983.8045; Spencer 812.829.4871
Counties Offered:
Fayette, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen and Wayne Counties
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Red Oak Industries (Entity) Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Red Oak Industries is a separate not-for-profit corporation that creates lasting employment opportunities for people with disabilities in an integrated environment. Red Oak Industries provides commercial and specialty cleaning services and also distributes remanufactured toner cartridges.
Eligibility: Adults in need of employment in an integrated environment.
Contact Telephone: 812.378.8364
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Jackson, Jennings, Johnson, Lawrence, Marion and Monroe Counties
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Substance Abuse Education Group (SAEC) Ages: 12 and older
State: IN
SAEC is a 4-lecture class that educates participants about aspects of substance use. The class focuses on the effects substance use has on an individual, society, families and employment. Stress management, quality of life and myths of substance use are also covered. SAEC is for individuals who do not show signs of abuse/dependence, but have been experimentally using.
Eligibility: Clients who are first time offenders who clearly do not have issues of dependence. A typical participant may have a charge of: underage drinking, illegal possession, DUI or other minor substance-related charge and possibly a past charge of a substance-related nature. An individual must be willing to remain abstinent from substances of abuse, have and interest in learning and willingness to complete the SASSI.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Fayette, Monroe, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Adult Transitional Group Homes (24 hour supervision) Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Provide a high level of supervision for seriously mentally ill adults while focusing on the skills needed to transition to more independent living. On-site services include case management, life skills training, and medication monitoring among other services offered. Residents in these facilities are expected to engage in Partial Hospitalization/Clubhouse programs, or to obtain employment or volunteer work during the stay. Guidelines on the length of stay vary at each facility.
Eligibility: Seriously mentally ill adults
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Jennings and Monroe counties
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Aftercare Group Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Aftercare is an 8-week group which is intended to support, monitor and integrate the information clients have learned in IOP, so completion of IOP or its equivalent is required. Clients must attend three 12-step meetings weekly and have a sponsor. This group is not intended for clients who are chronic substance users who have difficulty remaining sober despite multiple treatment episodes and substantial consequences.
Eligibility: Individuals assessed with chemical dependency who have recently completed a treatment program.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Living Sober (12 weeks) Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Living Sober is a 12-week group which is intended to support, monitor and integrate the information clients have learned in IOP. Clients are expected to attend three AA/NA meetings each week and have regular sponsor contact while in treatment. Clients will learn how to manage the ongoing challenges related to triggers, cravings, risky situations, sober support and life stresses.
Eligibility: 
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew County
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Long-Term Subsidized Apartments Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Provides long-term stable housing for residents meeting HUD income and disability criteria. Diverse array of services are provided on an outpatient basis to residents by case managers from Residential Services, Community Support Services or the Assertive Community Treatment Team. Rent is capped at 30% of income.
Eligibility: Seriously mentally ill adults. Must meet HUD income and disability criteria.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Decatur, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Wayne counties
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Matrix IOP Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Matrix IOP is at the other end of the continuum of care for clients who meet the criteria for dependence. This IOP is more intensive and longer than the Beginners IOP or standard IOP. It is highly structured and focused on education. This group is for clients who have attended IOP in the past and appear to need a high level of structure. There is also a required family education component. Must be staffed with Addictions team and therapist.
Eligibility: Individuals assessed as having moderate-stage chemical dependency and who have not been successful in 12-step programs.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew and Monroe Counties
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Thinking for Change Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This highly-structured CBT group teaches clients how to solve problems through cognitive restructuring and social skills interventions. This program teaches clients to identify their emotions, thinking, beliefs, attitudes and values. This closed group meets 2 times a week for 11 weeks.
Eligibility: Client has a history of making poor decisions, has poor internal control, lacks social skills and exhibits problematic behavior/petty criminal behavior.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Batterers Treatment Program Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This group focuses on stopping domestic violence by helping men take responsibility for their actions, as well as increasing their awareness of signs, symptoms and the emotional precursors to violence. The group focuses on situations/scenarios, functional analysis, timeouts, communication skills, change/decision points and thinking errors. The group meets once a week for 26 weeks.
Eligibility: Client has been physically violent with their domestic partner (In some cases this may include intimidation and/or confinement). Client acknowledges his domestic violence. Client is willing to remain abstinent from alcohol and/or drugs. Client is willing to complete HW assignments and participate in group.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Day Treatment Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Day Treatment is typically a 2-week program for persons who are substance dependent or unable to stop using drugs and/or alcohol. This program provides clients with education and information on substances, their effects, 12-step programs, etc. Day Treatment is a beginning program with the purpose of motivating and preparing the client for further treatment. Clients participating in Day Treatment are required to attend six AA/NA meetings weekly. Must be staffed with Addictions team and therapist.
Eligibility: Detoxed clients who require additional structure than that provided in intensive outpatient programming
Contact Telephone: 812.337.2268
Counties Offered:
Monroe County
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Sub-Acute Care Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Sub-acute residential program offering psychiatric stabilization services in order to prevent hospitalization or as a transition after hospitalization. Day nursing and psychiatric care, symptom stabilization, life skills training, medication education and case management are among the services offered. Length of stay varies based on individual needs with a maximum of one year.
Eligibility: Adults with severe and persistent mental illness, who are unstable but not needing secure inpatient care
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Monroe and Wayne Counties
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Call Center and Crisis Call Center (24/7/365): 800.832.5442 Ages: All Ages
State: IN
The main call center assists individuals in locating and obtaining needed behavioral health services, by selecting the resources that are the most appropriate for their needs. All initial appointments are set through this service. Additionally, individuals experiencing a mental health crisis may call this number 24/7/365 to receive rapid assistance. This team also serves as a resource to the public through provision of information regarding behavioral health services.
Eligibility: 
Contact Telephone: 800.832.5442
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Decatur, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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PASAR Evaluations Ages: Adults in a nursing home facility
State: IN
Centerstone performs PASAR evaluations within nursing facilities, which is required for all residents who are receiving psychotropic medications. Purpose is to assess the need for additional services and appropriate treatment within the nursing home facility
Eligibility: Nursing homes must request assessment; State of Indiana requires the annual evaluation
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Spencer 812.829.4871
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Dual Diagnosis Group Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This group meets daily for clients with co-occurring psychiatric and addiction disorders.
Eligibility: Detoxed dually diagnosed clients who require additional structure than that provided in intensive outpatient programming
Contact Telephone: 765.983.8045
Counties Offered:
Monroe and Wayne Counties
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Living Sober / 24 weeks Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Living Sober is a 24-week group, which is intended to support, monitor and integrate the information clients have learned in IOP. Clients are expected to attend 3 AA/NA meetings a week and have regular sponsor contact while in treatment. Clients will learn how to manage the ongoing challenges related to triggers, cravings, risky situations, sober support, and life stresses
Eligibility: Clients must have completed IOP or its equivalent. They usually have had 2+ treatment episodes. Clients must be involved in 12 step meetings with sponsor. Clients returning from Richmond State Hospital. Clients who participate in Drug Court will likely be referred to Living Sober 24-week Group; meets once weekly for 1.5 hrs
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Monroe County
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School-Based Counseling Ages: Children in participating schools
State: IN
The program provides on-site counselors to help students cope with problems. It combines individual and group counseling with parent and teacher consultations and improves access to mental health services in a school setting.
Eligibility: Any child who attends school where Centerstone staffs a school-based therapist/case manager, and who has an emotional or behavioral disorder.
Contact Telephone: 812.314.3416
Counties Offered:
All East, Central and West Program areas
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Psychiatric Evaluations & Medication Management Ages: All Ages
State: IN
Centerstone provides comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and medication management to adult, adolescent and child clients with substance abuse and psychiatric diagnosis. Medication evaluation and monitoring is typically started after the consumer's initial evaluation with the intake therapist is reviewed, and the treatment team determines that a medical evaluation is in order. Evaluations and ongoing medication management is done by staff psychiatrists and clinical nurse specialists.
Eligibility: Individuals assessed as having need for psychotropic medication.
Contact Telephone: 765.983.8045 or 765.983.8000
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Decatur, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Outpatient Counseling Services Ages: All Ages
State: IN
Professional staff provide individual, family, couples, and group counseling and therapy services including, but not limited to: depression, stress, anxiety, divorce, anger management, grief, etc.
Eligibility: Available to anyone assessed and diagnosed as appropriate for individual therapy treatment approaches. Anyone may request assessment.
Contact Telephone: 
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Decatur, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Residential Services Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Centerstone has an extensive residential services continuum for adults with serious mental illness who are receiving clinical services from our clinics. Both transitional and permanent housing is available with varying levels of accompanying supportive services. Centerstone has over 316 residential beds in 27 facilities. Forty-six of these beds are reserved for clients meeting the HUD definition of homelessness.
Eligibility: Individuals assessed as having a serious mental illness but non-aggressive, medically stable, non-substance abusing and able to care for his or herself in a supportive environment.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Decatur, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
ACT is an integrated, self-contained, evidence-based treatment program based on an intensive, multidisciplinary, team based community treatment using home and community visits as the primary mode of intervention. ACT is designed to prevent institutionalization (jail or hospital) or homelessness. The multidisciplinary team, which works collaboratively with the person served and family members. The ACT Team includes a Team Leader, a psychiatrist, a registered nurse, a vocational specialist with specific training in Supported Employment models of care, and an addictions specialist with specific training in matrix model.
Eligibility: Adults (18 or older) with severe and persistent mental illness who meet eligibility codes defined by the State of Indiana and as assessed by the treatment plan.
Contact Telephone: David Caldie (Central Region) 812.314.3629; Mark Hickman (West Region) 812.337.2319; Jennifer Claypool (East Region) 765.983.8105
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Decatur, Fayette, Jackson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Wayne Counties
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Families in Recovery Ages: Children and their families
State: IN
In Families in Recovery, group leaders work with parents and children in families considered at-risk to reduce delinquency and alcohol/drug abuse and to improve communication skills and school performance.
Eligibility: Families in Owen County. Family is defined as whoever is living together, including grandparents, foster parents, and others both biological and non-biological.
Contact Telephone: 812.377.2269
Counties Offered:
Owen County
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Forensic Diversion Program Ages: Adult male offenders
State: IN
Services for up to 15 adult males, chemically dependent, possibly with secondary mental health issue, offenders. Program operates under the umbrella of the Clark County Community Corrections Program (Work Release Program). Programming runs from 8:00 am - 9:00 pm daily. Evidenced-based Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Program uses "A New Direction" Hazelden curriculum. Group psychotherapy and individual psychotherapy are the primary modes of service provision. 90 day stay in the Clark County jail followed by a 9 month period of community supervision with aftercare services. Program includes individual therapy, group therapy, education groups, individualized treatment, psychiatric consultations when appropriate, referrals for vocational training, housing and social services, aftercare monitoring for up to 9 months (in a home community or placement setting).
Eligibility: Adult male offenders. Chemically dependent. Possible secondary mental health issues.
Contact Telephone: 812.590.1822
Counties Offered:
Indiana counties eligible to refer to the Forensic Diversion Program are: Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Crawford, Dearborn, Floyd, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Ohio, Orange, Ripley, Scott, Switzerland and Washington.
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Employment Training Services Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Employment Training Services is intended to foster and enhance the inclusion of individuals with mental illness into community life through employment opportunities. methods of treatments will include supportive employment, activities of daily living (ADL) skills trainings, case management and group job readiness/employee development training.
Eligibility: Individuals assessed as having a primary/secondary mental health diagnosis or other disability recognized by vocational rehabilitation, but capable and willing of employment
Contact Telephone: 765.983.8693
Counties Offered:
Wayne County (as needed in Fayette, Rush, Randolph or Union Counties)
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Community Support Services Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Adults with serious mental illnesses face particular challenges and barriers associated with both the symptoms and the inherent characteristics of these illnesses. Community Support Services offers an array of service and treatment options that promote the effective management of these symptoms and barriers, while also maximizing an individual's capacity for recovery.
Eligibility: At least 18 yrs of age or adjudicated adults. Have a primary, Axis I or II diagnosis under the DSM-IV TR. The duration of the mental illness has been or is expected to be in excess of 12 months. However, adults who have experiences a situational trauma do not have to meet the duration requirement of this clause.
Contact Telephone: 812.378.8362
Counties Offered:
Fayette, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Resolve Program for Adolescent Sex Offenders Ages: Adolescent Males
State: IN
Intensive outpatient treatment program. Group uses a guided workbook for youth beginning treatment. Includes topics to reduce one's risk to re-offend. Includes a short follow-up to help transition out of treatment.
Eligibility: Adolescent sexual offenders are referred most often from juvenile courts, including probation officers. Also from county DCS and individual parents.
Contact Telephone: Dr. Larry Ewert 812.314.3411 or Debbie Dillard-Stark 812.314.3370
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew County and surrounding areas
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Adult Long-Term Group Living (Less than 24 hour supervision) Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Provides a variety of housing options for clients in Residential Services. Services offered vary by facility and staffing levels. Some sites offer on-site medication monitoring and life skills training. Residents in these facilities can be served on an outpatient basis by case managers from Residential Services, Community Support Services, or the Assertive Community Treatment Team based on resident need.
Eligibility: Adults with serious mental illness
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Jennings, Monroe and Wayne Counties
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Co-occurring Disorders Treatment Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Co-occurring Disorders Treatment is for adults who have a mental illness and a substance use disorder. The program is evidence-based Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT IOP) and treatment addresses issues like drug interaction, relapse and overlapping symptoms. The program offers intensive outpatient therapy (Including individual and group counseling), intensive case management, psychiatric treatment, medication management services, supportive services, family education and counseling, coordination with physical health services, and aftercare referrals.
Eligibility: Initial assessment and evaluation required.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Decatur, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen and Wayne Counties
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Coping Skills Group Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This skills-based group provides information and strategies to clients who have a hard time problem-solving daily stresses. Clients learn how to use the tools they have learned in group and are expected to apply them in their daily activities.
Eligibility: Adults with difficulty handling daily life stressors with a behavioral health diagnosis.
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Spencer 812.829.4871
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Substance Abuse Fundamental Education (SAFE) Ages: 12-19
State: IN
Drug & Alcohol Education
Eligibility: Clients who do not meet the criteria for Teen Intervene program
Contact Telephone: 765.983.8045
Counties Offered:
Fayette, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Recovery Engagement Center Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
The Recovery Engagement Center is a community-based hub for addiction service information. The center is staffed by local volunteers and offers addiction information and support to individuals, and their family and friends, who are striving to attain and sustain recovery from the use of alcohol and other chemicals. The Recovery Engagement Center meets the comprehensive needs of those in our community. It offers tailored, holistic care and recovery supportive services, helping people not only recover from addiction but also obtain healthcare, housing, employment, peer support, and addictions treatment. We are bringing together professionals and volunteers from community agencies within an innovative treatment approach called Recovery Oriented System of Care.
Eligibility: Adults and youth
Contact Telephone: 812.339.2895
Counties Offered:
Monroe County
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Adolescent Brief Intensive Group (BIG) Ages: 12-18
State: IN
BIG is a group that focuses on the impact of drugs and alcohol in the client's life. The group utilizes substance information and drug education in addition to drug screens and other measures to provide clients with resources to evaluate their drug and alcohol use. During the 6-8 week course, clients learn about the difference between sue, abuse, and dependence, triggers, identifying high risk situations, thinking distortions, dealing with cravings, etc. Group members are required to complete a change plan before graduating from group. Referrals can be made from correctional, educational and familial systems.
Eligibility: Substance abuse or mild dependence; Usually more than one substance related arrest; BAC higher than .12; Already completed substance education; Generally young first or second time legal offenders; Doesn't work as well for older adults (over 45) who have been drinking at an abuse level/borderline dependence for a long time but just haven't been involved in legal system
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Connersville 765.825.4124; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Richmond 765.983.8000; Spencer 812.829.4871
Counties Offered:
Fayette, Monroe and Wayne Counties
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Adolescent Recovery Intensive Outpatient Treatment Ages: 12-19
State: IN
The Adolescent Intensive Alcohol and Drug Treatment program is a 16 week intensive and comprehensive evidence-based therapeutic model intended for adolescents meeting criteria for substance dependency.
Eligibility: Client that meets the criteria for substance dependency
Contact Telephone: 765.983.8045
Counties Offered:
Fayette and Wayne Counties
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Relapse Process Group Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
Relapse Process Group is designed for clients who have relapsed or are having trouble staying clean and sober. The group focuses heavily on 12-step program involvement as well as topics such as triggers, dysfunctional thinking and coping skills.
Eligibility: Clients who have relapsed, or who have completed IOP but need additional structure, or are currently in IOP and are having difficulty staying clean or have relapsed, or clients with a substantial investment in recovery and are attending a 12-step meeting regularly and working with a sponsor.
Contact Telephone: 800.344.8802 or 765.983.8045
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Fayette, Monroe, Randolph, Rush and Wayne counties
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Teen Intervene Ages: 12-19
State: IN
Teen Intervene is an evidence-based treatment program for substance-abusing teens, ages 12-19, who are suspected of experiencing mild to moderate problems associated with alcohol or other drug use.
Eligibility: Clients who do not meet the criteria for IOP
Contact Telephone: 765.983.8045
Counties Offered:
Fayette, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Anger Management Group Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This open-educational group focuses on controlling angry behavior. The group objectives include: identifying personal triggers, acquiring knowledge about anger, the difference between anger and aggression, the impact of alcohol or drugs on anger and behavioral skills, including time-outs, self-talk, relaxation techniques, communication skills, problem-solving skills and assertiveness. The program lasts eight weeks.
Eligibility: Client has a history of anger control problems as identified by self, probation officer or significant other. Client acknowledges that their anger is a problem. If substance use is involved, client must address this first with appropriate treatment prior to starting the Anger Management Group. Perpetrators of domestic violence are not appropriate for this group and should be referred to the Domestic Violence Group.
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Spencer 812.829.4871; Richmond 765.983.8045
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen and Wayne Counties
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Seeking Safety Program Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This group focuses on healing from PTSD trauma and Substance Abuse. This treatment was developed to help provide safe and appropriate coping skills to those with a history of trauma and substance abuse.
Eligibility: Women with PTSD and Substance Abuse diagnoses. Women with trauma history but inactive or nonexistent PTSD, women with only PTSD, or women with history of both and women with other impulse-control disorders. (Note: Clients do not have to meet full criteria for current PTSD or substance dependence.) Disqualifiers: 1. Women who have active substance use or inability to abstain. 2. Women whose trauma or PTSD sxs/instability prohibit successful group participation. 3. Women who have a GAF < 35. Open group; Meets once weekly for 1.5 hrs/week.
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Spencer 812.829.4871
Counties Offered:
Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
This Intensive Outpatient Program is designed for adult clients who have dependence diagnosis, have been through the detox process and are seeking to address therapeutic issues while maintaining family, work and other daily commitments. Clients are introduced to 12-step programs and expected to attend 3 weekly meetings and obtain a sponsor, complete steps 1-3, and present first step in group, begin a comprehensive look at drug use and impact of use on life, identify and practice skills related to stress management, healthy coping skills and sober recreation skills and supports. Program meets 3 days each week for 2 hours per session. Random urine drug screens are part of the program. Must be staffed with Addictions team and therapist.
Eligibility: Adults with a diagnosis of substance dependence. Clients must have at least one documented week of abstinence, acknowledge having a substance abuse problem and be motivated to change use-centered behaviors.
Contact Telephone: Bedford 812.279.3591; Bloomington 812.339.1691; Martinsville 765.342.6616; Mooresville 317.834.8187; Spencer 812.829.4871
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Decatur, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan and Owen Counties
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Solutions EAP Ages: All Ages
State: IN

Employers contract for specific EAP program components which generally include 3 to 5 visits for the employee and any eligible dependents. Specific services that are available include:

  • Assessment
  • Brief, focused interventions for stress, depression, anxiety, marital/relationship issues, parent/child issues, school matters, drug and alcohol abuse, work-related issues, grief and loss
  • Crisis intervention stress management
  • Employer/employee relations consultations
  • Communication and leadership training
  • Wellness education
  • Legal and financial consultations
  • Behavioral health benefit plans
  • Lifeworks web based information on health and mental health topics
  • Community resources referrals
  • Management consultations
  • Trainings to maximize employee potential
Eligibility: Employees and any eligible dependent(s) of businesses covered by contracted EAP service.
Contact Telephone: Call Solutions EAP at 812.377.5074 or 800.766.0068.
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Decatur, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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Walk-In Crisis Ages: All Ages
State: IN
Centerstone Outpatient clinics and partnership locations provide walk-in crisis services during normal business hours to assist individuals and families experiencing a mental health crisis.
Eligibility: Perception of behavioral health emergency
Contact Telephone: 765.983.8045 or 765.983.8000
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Decatur, Fayette, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph, Rush and Wayne Counties
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BE Well Ages: 18 and older
State: IN
BE Well is an integrated care program designed to improve the overall health, wellness and quality of life for adults with serious mental illness by reducing symptoms and negative outcomes secondary to chronic disease. Integrated care services include screening/assessment and referral; primary care treatment and referral; primary care registry/tracking system; care management; prevention and wellness support services; and processes for referral and follow-up.
Eligibility: 
Contact Telephone: 812.337.2277
Counties Offered:
Monroe County
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Foster Care Select Ages: 17 and younger
State: IN
Foster Care Select (FCS) is a therapeutic foster care program that recruits and licenses foster parents who express a desire to work with children who have special medical or behavioral needs.

For more information, please visit fostercareselect.org.
Eligibility: Under 18 years of age, referral of local county DCS/Juvenile Probation present with significant behavioral, emotional and/or medical issues that need additional support services
Contact Telephone: 765.521.3010
Counties Offered:
All Indiana Counties
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Family Support Services Ages: 18 and younger
State: IN
Family Support Services provides intensive home-based treatment to youth and their families who are struggling with an emotional or behavioral problem. The program provides therapeutic interventions to youth that will assist them in self-management of their behavior and strengthen their families.
Eligibility: Children that have been identified as "at risk" of an out-of-home placement, abused, or have an emotional/behavioral disorder.
Contact Telephone: 812.314.3308
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Fayette, Henry, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph, Rush and Wayne counties
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System of Care Ages: 19 and younger
State: IN
A System of Care provides wraparound services through community involvement and resources with the goal of keeping children and adolescents successful in their home & community.The System of Care team uses a strengths-based approach and family-driven care to develop the wraparound family plans.
Eligibility: A child in the family must be under the age of 19 years, and must meet one of the following criteria: 1) Be at risk of being moved out of the family home for placement, or is currently placed outside of the home. 2) Be involved with two or more of the following services: school, Division of Child Services, Probation, or mental health counseling/services. Includes children who are seriously emotionally disturbed and adolescents receiving services from multiple agencies.
Contact Telephone: Kelly Bauermeister 812.314.3416 or Susan Armstrong 812.314.3340
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jennings, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Randolph and Wayne counties
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Project CARE: Community and Re-entry Enhancement Ages: Adult men and women
State: IN
Project CARE serves men and women being released from Indiana Department of Corrections to six southern Indiana counties: Bartholomew, Crawford, Harrison, Monroe, Orange, and Washington. Participants must be identified by IDOC as offenders with substance abuse issues or co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues, and must be supervised by the Indiana Department of Community Corrections or Parole in each county or region for a minimum of six months.
Eligibility: Eligible adult men and women scheduled to leave an IDOC prison.
Contact Telephone: (812) 337-2354
Counties Offered:
Bartholomew, Crawford, Harrison, Monroe, Orange, and Washington
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