Indiana Resources

Indiana offers different Medicaid, medicare and medi-cal programs to the residents that are living in the state. As the epidemic that has to do with drugs continues to grow, the coverage to help treat the addictions that consume people also need to grow. This coverage is very important for everyone.

Indiana is working to reduce the stigma that is attached with addiction and promote education on all that comes with addiction. This is going to help uplift those that have dealt with addiction before in their life. They are going to offer more with mental health and also addiction so the root of the problem can be addressed better before it becomes worse.

The resources below provide more information regarding the help that you can grab when you live in the area with Medicaid, medicare or medi-cal. These programs are open to those that have this type of coverage and not private insurance.

House of Hope of Madison County Inc

902 High Street, Anderson, IN 46012 Phone: (765) 644-7086

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FT WAYNE, IN 260-373-7602

YOU ARE THEN REFERRED OUT TO AN IOP (ie: Bowen Center Type Program)
(If you go to Wabash Co Hospital you have to request to do an over the phone assessment to see if you qualify as there are certain criteria that must be met)
They are a mental health facility with a secondary in addiction.

The Rescue Resort

6910 N CR 1050 E, Denver, IN 46926. Phone: 765-475-6142
Email: info(AT)
Mail: Chapel Ministries Outreach, 3054 W 400 N, Peru, IN 46970
Rescue Resort, a residential program for hurting, broken, addicted women, whatever their story may be!
Faith based residential

New Beginnings Ministries of Wabash County, Inc.

1960 Vernon St, Wabash, IN 46992 Phone: 260-274-0340 E-mail: nbmwci(AT) Melissa Rice, Pastor
Male ages 18-25 faith based program. Some of these young men could have criminal charges pending. If criminal charges are pending, New Beginnings Ministries will work with the local court system. requires an eighteen month commitment. Once completed the 18 months, we will allow a period of time to transition out of the program.
Intake Process: To become a resident in the New Beginnings Ministries Program: The interested resident needs to write a letter to the ministry.
Include in this letter: Past events that have brought you to seek help. Your current situation. That you understand that this is a faith based residential facility and why you are seeking a faith based program.
Willingness to commit to an 18 month program.
List any of your legal charges you have pending. Plus the name of your judge and lawyer. Also any sentence and/or next court date that you may have.
This letter will be reviewed by our intake committee and they will contact you for a personal interview.
Mail your letter to: New Beginnings Ministries, 1960 Vernon Street, Wabash, IN 46992

Dearborn County Hospital

600 Wilson Creek Road, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025
Phone: 812-537-1010 or 800-676-5572 | Hearing Impaired: 812-537-8436

DCH Behavioral Health Services

19706 State Line Rd, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 ph 812-532-2669
Hours of Operation – Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Detox – medically supervised hospital stay, typically lasts 3 days, medication assisted treatment
DCH Medical Stabilization Dept 812-532-2646
email at dchmedicalstabilization(AT)

Valle Vista

898 East Main Street Greenwood, IN 46143
1-800-447-1348 or 317-887-1348
inpatient detox only – 5-7 days avg, accepts all HIP and Medicaid, no inpatient treatment but offers IOP, walk in ok but recommend setting apt. assessment must be done in person takes about 45 there is a 3-5 day wait list currently (as of 5/10/17 9am). They will help people apply for Medicaid/Hip if they currently do not have any. Has suboxin program.

Saint Joseph Hospital Trinity House

1907 W Sycamore St, Kokomo, IN 46901
Phone: (765) 456-5900

Wednesday 8AM–5PM
Thursday 8AM–5PM
Friday 8AM–5PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday 8AM–5PM
Tuesday 8AM–5PM

Dual Diagnosis Detox inpatient Offers suboxone tapering/maintanence/detox. Offers detox assistance for those who are hearing impaired. Accepts medicare/Medicaid. Offers IOP.

Salvation Army Harbor Light Center

ph 317-972-1450
2400 North Tibbs Ave, Indianapolis, IN, 46222
Detox program starts at $255 3-5 day detox not medically assisted/cold turkey
2 week residential program cost is based on a sliding scale
Transitional housing program $224 every 2 weeks

Fairbanks Hospital

8102 Clearvista Parkway, Indianapolis, IN, 46256
Main line 317-849-8222 Admission dept 317-572-9396 (Emily)
inpatient detox – medically assisted
rehab – 30 days hospitalized rehab (women stay in hosp only / men can choose to stay in hosp
or go to Laverna lodge in carmel.
Residential program – Also offers php 5 days a week 9-4 mon-fri or iop 3 days a week for 3 hrs a day
Takes anthem bcbs HIP plus will get 4-5 day detox if have hmo/ppo will get up to 2-3 wks in detox depending. NO MEDICAID but does take medicare (best if part A & B)
Assessment must be done in person, walk in welcome recommend setting an apt. assessment takes about 3-4 hrs to complete.
When collecting info get all info normally get but also incl full address and ss# and if a smoker or not

Life Treatment Centers

1402 S. Michigan St, South Bend, IN 46613
PH (574) 233-5433 FAX: (574) 239-6407
DETOX AvG 3 to 7 days. program is based on a sliding fee scale.
social setting Detox, we do not provide any medications to manage withdrawal symptoms.

Wellstone Regional Hospital

2700 Vissing Park Rd, Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Phone: (860) 786-4278 812.284.8000 | 877.999.WELL
Hours:  Open today · Open 24 hours
Detox 3-5 day inpatient
Iop & php both 5 days a week approx. 18-25 sessions
Must come in for assessment none done over the phone. Walk ins welcome but best to make an appt
Accepts all HIP plans, medicare, hmo, ppo

Intensive Outpatient Program – Our five-week addiction intensive outpatient program treats adults 18 and over, and adults in need of various levels of clinical care, but without the restrictions and structure of an inpatient setting. There is very little interruption of one’s family and existing social supports. There are group therapy sessions and a family education session each week.

The program focuses on all forms of adult chemical dependency, including:
Alcohol Cocaine Marijuana Opiates Prescription drugs
The adult program is offered in the morning at 9:30 am – 12:30 pm. Regular Alcoholic Anonymous and/or Narcotics Anonymous meetings during the week add to this program’s effectiveness.
Aftercare – We offer an aftercare program to assist with early recovery issues that may arise. This program is free and available for up to 12 months.

Living Well Programs – Medicare Only

A Partial Hospitalization Program for adults coping with severe and persistent addiction problems.
Program hours: 9:30 am – 2:00 pm 5 days per week Lunch is provided
An intensive outpatient program for adults coping with severe and persistent addiction problems.
Program hours: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Two or three days per week as needed
Services offered:
Group psychotherapy Functional skills development groups
Illnes management groups Psychoeducational groups
Family education Individual treatment intervention
Medication management 12-step program

Turning Point Center

Address: 1060 Sharon Dr, Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Phone: (812) 283-7116 Admissions Department
open 24 hours a day that provides services for men and women who are experiencing mental illness or alcohol/drug related problems. Turning Point Center has added a physician-supervised sub-acute unit for clients with mental illness concerns requiring stabilization
Turning Point Center is aided by a grant from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction. This grant pays for detoxification and residential services for clients who are unable to pay or are uninsured. This program does operate off of a waiting list.

Integrated Treatment Center 1036 sharon dr, Jeffersonville, in 47130
make an appointment with the Integrated Treatment Center call (812) 280-6606.
behavioral health & addiction issues in an outpatient setting. The Center is open to men and women, ages 18 and over.
Clark and Floyd county
LifeSpring’s Project 180, which helps people coming out of the jail system to receive treatment.


1001 W. 10th St, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Medicare/Medicaid, Hoosier Assistance Program, Private Insurance, Self Pay
Detox, Dual Diagnosis, Outpatient / Medicare/Medicaid, Hoosier Assistance Program
Midtown Access 317-630-7791

Amethyst House, Inc.

sober living 645 N. Walnut Bloomington IN 47402
Phone (812) 336-3570 Women’s House: (812) 336-2666
Fax: (812) 336-9010 E-Mail: amethyst(AT)
not-for-profit United Way agency that provides residential and outpatient services for people with drug and alcohol addiction.
We offer preferential admission for pregnant women and IV drug users.

We are currently accepting Anthem and MDwise Medicaid plans, as well as Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cook Medical, Encore Health Network, SIHO Insurance Services, and Value Options.

Amethyst House receives subsidized funding from the state of Indiana and, for those who are income-eligible, we are able to enroll most of our clients in the Hoosier Assurance Plan (HAP). This allows the vast majority of our clients to receive treatment services at an affordable, reduced-rate cost.

Go to website to download and print the application for our Men’s and Women’s Residential programs Completed applications may be returned to us by mail or fax. In addition to the completed application, we also require results from a TB test from within the last 90 days, a physical exam from within the last six (6) months, as well as records from any previous treatment providers. Amethyst staff can send for the treatment records, provided you complete and return a Release of Information (ROI) form for your treatment provider. Once we have all of the required documentation, we will contact you by phone or in writing to schedule an interview with our staff.

wait for a bed can generally range anywhere from 4-6 weeks. do not allow phone interviews

All application/waiting list inquiries should be directed to the appropriate house (Men’s: 812-336-2612 / Women’s: 812-336-2666). Please follow the instructions on our voice mailboxes as to where you should leave a message. Please leave only one message and speak clearly, providing your name and number. Due to our high call volume and busy staff, please allow 3-5 days for a response by ph.

The men’s and women’s houses are priced the same at a monthly flat fee of $500. Discounts are available for those that enroll in the Recovery Works Program. – Residential costs include room and board (i.e. rent, utilities, food) as well as weekly case management sessions. Please note that this does not include the costs of required outpatient treatment.
For non residents call the Outpatient Office at 812-336-3570 to schedule an appointment.

Park Center, Inc.

Transitions of Fort Wayne Women’s Bureau
909 East State Boulevard, Fort Wayne IN 46805 Phone (260) 481-2721 Crisis (800) 552-0985
Addiction Services – (260) 481-2800 Office location: 1909 Carew St., Fort Wayne, IN 46805
ADMISSION CRITERIA: Preference for treatment admission is made in this priority order: Woman who is pregnant with intravenous drug use (IVDU), Woman is pregnant. Person with intravenous drug use (IVDU)
Harmony House – 4929 South Hoagland Ave, Ft. Wayne, IN. ph (260) 745-0163. residential long-term treatment care. groups and programs for persons with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders. sliding fee scale. Intake Ph# (260) 481-2800.

Southwestern Behavioral Health, Inc

415 Mulberry St, Evansville IN 47713
Phone (812) 423-7791 Crisis (812) 423-7791

Stepping Stone

Outpatient Services 812.473.3144 Residential Services 812.473.3104
4001 John St, Evansville, IN
** priority to women, pregnant women, women with children, and IV drug users.
DETOX Types of patients commonly served: Individuals detoxing from prescription opiate pain medications, Individuals unable to stop using methamphetamine or cocaine compulsively, Patients using a host of substances who cannot manage to stop all simultaneously, Alcoholic patients who after screening are felt to offer moderate or less risk for complications during withdrawal, Individuals using designer drugs compulsively
For info on Detoxification Services process, please call 812.473.3104 open 24 hrs
The residential treatment program lasts 21 to 28 days, depending on individualized needs and requests.

Tara Treatment Center, Inc.

6231 South U.S. 31, Franklin IN 46131
Phone (812) 526-2611 Crisis (812) 526-2611
toll: 1-800-397-9978 fax: 812-526-9949
Private insurance/cash pay

Young Women’s Christian Assn North Central Indiana

Affiliated Service Providers of Indiana (ASPIN)
1102 South Fellows St, South Bend, IN 46601
Phone (574) 233-9491 Crisis (574) 232-9558 Fax: 574-233-9616
Women’s Journey Substance Use Treatment Program
Most clients qualify for funding that allows us to provide treatment without cost to you. For those who do not qualify we have a very reasonable sliding scale of payment. No one will be turned away for inability to pay.
YWCA North Central Indiana 574-233-9491

Bowen Center’s Addiction Services

Inpatient Unit – 9 Pequignot Dr, Pierceton, IN 46562
PH 574-267-7169 / 800-342-5653
Inpatient for medical stabilization if needed (alcohol, benzo) Opiate Risk Evaluations
offer fee assistance and charity care for patients that demonstrate a need for assistance

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Mental Health and Addiction Services Providers

Regional Mental Health Center

8555 Taft St., Merrillville, IN 46410
Consumer 219-972-0131 or Main 219-769-4005

Community Mental Health Center, Inc

285 Bielby Rd, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Aspire of Indiana

2506 Willowbrook Pkwy, Suite 111, Indianapolis, IN 46205 317-475-7270

Relay Indiana Crisis Services

711 or 800-743-3333 or Video Relay Crisis Services 1-866-327-8877

Sowers of Seeds Counseling, Inc.

340 W 11th Street, Anderson, IN 46016 Phone: 765-649-3453
Email: info(AT)
IOP – Most clients are low-income men and women who have no insurance to cover the cost of treatment. Sowers of Seeds Counseling is a faith-based, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization specializing in drug and alcohol abuse education and counseling. We are an abstinence based, disease concept, 12 step recovery program whose mission is to provide quality counseling to those who need it the most and can afford it the least.


PO Box 283, Brazil, IN 47834 PH (812) 446-1717
The discipleship-training program is divided up into four phases, each lasting 2-4 months. As the person proves that he/she can handle the increasing responsibilities of each phase, their privileges will increase. It is a highly structured program with a rigid daily schedule.

Jubilee House Ministries

P.O. Box 10283, Fort Wayne, IN 46851 RE-ENTRY
Facility # (260) 422-2908 Director Cell # (260) 615-0046
E:mail – Jubil1301(AT)
transitional home for men coming out of the jail or prison system who are in need of a place to begin the transition back into society.

Wailing Women Win Inc

Address: 830 E 38th St, Indianapolis, IN 46205 Phone: (317) 926-5357
faith-based org. email: aluster(AT)
11 bed Transitional housing Facility for women. Substance Abuse and Detoxification
Vocational Rehabilitation & Job Training.

Lighthouse Recovery Home

PO Box 6016 Lafayette , Indiana 47904
Men’s & Women’s non-denominational residential sober living home. long term live in program (90 days up to 9 months. Pure chemical abstinence.
Lighthouse Recovery Home for Men – 2525 Kossuth St., Lafayette, IN 47904 Intake: (219) 805-0414
​Lighthouse Rec Home for Women – 2525 1/2 Kossuth St., Lafayette, IN 47904 Intake: (219) 805-0414
Mailing Address: PO Box 6016, ​Lafayette, IN 47904​
OPEN 7 days a week 8AM to 8PM
Elizabeth K. Snyder, CEO & Executive Director
Telephone: (219) 805-0414 Email: director(AT)
See website for applications / scholarships available


275 Grove Rd, Richmond IN 47375-1828
Telephone: (765) 935-3000 Fax: (765) 935-0519
E-Mail: hopehouse(AT) Website:
provide innovative recovery and rehabilitation to homeless or needy alcoholic and/or chemically dependent men. The Program does not set timelines for completion of the program. Each client takes the needed time to finish.
There is no fee(s) involved for clients of the Hope House programs any time during their stay. But please note that clients from outside Wayne County are asked to consider a donation to the program.

Homeless Shelter: Our men’s shelter opens every day at 4:00 PM. The shelter provides two meals a day and a bed for all that request it. We handle all except for those with behavior concerns. Men leave the shelter each day at 7:00 AM and may return that afternoon.

Recovery Program: Clients live at the Hope House as long as their individualized program lasts, usually about 4-6 months.

Mentoring Program: Upon graduation, men may be eligible to stay at the Hope House and work as mentors. They live in the building and earn income to help get a new start.

Halfway House: Rather than working as a mentor, some men elect to continue living at the Hope House but to work in the community. The Halfway House program allows them to ease into society in a new community setting.


transitional residential program for homeless women in recovery. 20 residential clients.
Martha’s place – 1129 Garden St, Fort Wayne IN 46802
Hope house – 1115 Garden St, ft wayne, in 46802
Telephone: (260) 424-3711 Fax: (260) 424-3783
E-Mail: Website:
Martha’s House cost: 30% of income plus a $10 monthly phone fee.


Men halfway house
Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days) self pay Call for Payment Assistance details
5157 Harrison Street, Gary, IN 46408 Telephone: (219) 980-1955
Payment Methods: State Insurance (Other than Medicaid) and Access to Recovery (ATR) Voucher
Providing substance abuse treatment and a halfway house or sober living home with residential long-term treatment. Dual diagnosis or persons with co-occuring disorders, persons with HIV or AIDS, gays and lesbians, men, and criminal justice clients are supported for drug treatment.

Midtown Community Mental Health Center

Adult Addiction Services / (317) 941-5003
3171 N. Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46208
Outpatient / Inpatient or Crisis Respite
Project Home: a service for pregnant women or new moms seeking treatment for drug and alcohol addictions. Participants include pregnant & post-partum women and women with children under 1 year. Group treatment includes outpatient and IOT, dual diagnosis groups, and specialized groups for pregnant and parenting women.
Detox: provides outpatient detox services for alcohol, benzodiazepines, and opiates. Clients are seen Monday through Friday on a daily basis for assessment of symptoms, vital signs, and brief mental status exams. Detox generally runs from 1-2 weeks.


645 S Rogers St, Bloomington, IN
ph (812) 339-1691 Fax: (812) 339-8109
outpatient / intervention / Adolescent services
Medicare and Medicaid
Payment Assistance : Payment Assistance is available to help those not able to pay for all or some of the cost of service. No one will be denied services due to inability to pay, and there is a discount available for those who qualify.

Rose Home North

72876 Co Rd 29, Syracuse, IN 46567 Ph: (574) 457-4408 Elkhart County, In 10 residents / women only fax: 574.457.5959
​e-mail: rosehomenorth(AT)
Fort wayne house, 2208 Wayne Trace, ​Fort Wayne, IN 46803 / ph 260.424.1600 / ​fax: 260.422.6759
​e-mail: rosehomerecovery(AT) 14 residents / women only

Resource Treatment Center – Substance Abuse

1404 South State St, Indianapolis, Indiana 46203
Admissions: (855) 318-5774 / (317) 493-0972 Medicaid / Medicare
Client Focus: Children (6 to 10) Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13) Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)

Substance Abuse Treatment at Options

5602 Caito Dr, Indianapolis, In 46226
ph (855) 341-9879 / Ph: (317) 942-3102 / (866) 623-3713
Accepted Insurance Plans: Advantage Health Solutions, Anthem,BCBS Cigna, GEHA, Humana, Medicaid, Medicare, Midwest Behavioral Health, Optium, Optum, UnitedHealthcare (most types of Medicare, Hoosier Healthwise (Indiana Child Medicaid), Medicaid, and HIP 2.0 plans such as Anthem and MHS.)
inpatient care for adults and seniors and residential treatment for children and adolescents. mental health with a secondary in addiction. Must be in crisis situation to be admitted. Assessments must be done in person.


201 S. Shelby St, Indianapolis, IN 46202 Males Only
Contact: Dennis Bender / Phone: 317-637-9816 info(AT)
Email: dbender(AT) Website:
Dennis Norris, Executive Director / dnorris(AT) / (317) 637-9816 ext.105
rent of $190.00 a week. This rent covers a bed in a 2 or 4 man room, 3 meals a day, and all supportive services. (employment assistance, peer-support meetings, etc.)
see website for application.
After you have emailed or delivered your application **YOU MUST CALL AND SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW** To schedule your interview, please call (317)637-9816
For men with a hardship which prohibits them from an in-person interview, phone interviews can be conducted on a case by case basis.
If you are currently incarcerated, or are representing someone who is currently incarcerated, please contact Rich Stover
If you are currently in a treatment facility or are representing someone who is currently admitted into a treatment facility, please contact Bennie Williamson

Men who have successfully completed our program in the past and are in need of continued support at Progress House are immediately eligible for re-admission. We will reserve a space for up to 2 days for successful returning residents.
Walk ins welcome but recommend to call ahead to check on open beds

All returning residents, both successful and unsuccessful, are required to update their application & emergency contacts, and submit to an interview to re-evaluate your needs.

Residents who prematurely vacated or were evicted from Progress House must wait 6 months before reconsideration.
Residents who prematurely vacated or were evicted from Progress House must pay all dues and fees in arrears prior to move-in.

Main Residence: 201 Shelby St, Indianapolis, IN 46202 / (317) 637-9816 / normal business hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Residency Applications are only accepted at this time.

Progress House Next Step: 2456 N Bolton Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46218 / “Next Step” is a sober living apartment complex for residents of Progress House who have successfully completed at least 6 months of sobriety at our main residence. These are 2 and 4 man apartment units for men who would like to move towards more independence but still wish to live with the structure and accountability of our program. Residency at “Next Step” is by invitation only and is at the discretion of the Program Director.


245 North Delaware St, Indianapolis IN (317) 636-2720
Men’s services:
Emergency Services – The Mission provides temporary emergency shelter to homeless and/or disadvantaged men. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, showers, clothing, chapel services, case management (with referrals to onsite and offsite social service agencies) are provided. Medical, dental, podiatric and vision services are also available.

Working Guest Program – This program is for homeless men who have secured employment and need additional time to reestablish themselves in the community. Residents are evaluated at the end of 30 days to determine their status. A man may be extended an additional 30 days based upon his finances and progress in the program. These approved extensions may add up to a maximum of six months. All program men are required to save a minimum of 65% of their income and must participate in biblically-based life skills classes and electives. Provisions are also made for homeless men who are working night shifts.

Residential Programs – Our men’s residential programs provide shelter, meals, and case management for men in non-addiction programs. The goal is to help them obtain long-term, lasting change in their lives through a relationship with Christ.

ACTS (Advocacy, Community and Transitional Services) Program – The ACTS Program is a three-month program designed for men who have graduated from either the STEPS Program or Wheeler Mission’s Addiction Recovery Program for Men. Graduates continue to receive shelter and food while in the ACTS program. The primary purpose of ACTS is to assist the graduates in three primary areas: church involvement, employment, and housing. This program helps the graduates by growing their network and becoming involved members of the local church and community. The ACTS Program acts as a liaison between program graduates and society.

Addiction Recovery – Our Addiction Recovery program for men is a long-term, residential opportunity to receive help with addictions and other life-dominating sin. This program begins at either our Indianapolis or Bloomington, Indiana locations with our Orientation Program.

Addiction Recovery Orientation Program for Men – Our Addiction Recovery Orientation Program for Men begins with our Orientation Program. During this 4-6-week program, assessments are completed to gauge readiness for change. Legal, medical and other needs are assessed for stabilization. During this time, men will learn to work, relate to others in the program, and attend biblical teaching classes. After this 4-6-week Orientation Program, men may enter the 6-month Addiction Recovery and Discipleship Training Program at our Training Center at Camp Hunt.

Addiction Recovery and Discipleship Training Program – This is a long-term, residential opportunity for men to receive help with addictions and other life-dominating sin. This six-month training program is designed to help men learn how to biblically overcome addictions and life-dominating sin. Men will be a part of a group where they will study through the Self-Confrontation: A Manual for In-Depth Biblical Discipleship together with support and training from their assigned Program Manager. During this time, they will attend classes with seminary-trained instructors and engage in work training with our various work crews at Wheeler Mission Pallets & Industry for a work reference after successful completion of the program. Men will also have the opportunity to fellowship with members of local churches for weekly Bible Studies. They will learn what it means to take ownership of their actions, engage in seeking forgiveness, and address their own forgiveness issues. The goal is not just to see men use this training for themselves, but to also see them use this training to learn how to help others. After 22 weeks, men may complete an optional exam and earn their Training Certificate in Basic Theology and Biblical Counseling. This would make other ministry training opportunities through Wheeler Mission available to them. After completion of this program, graduates may return home, join our three month Advocacy, Community, and Transitional Services program, or enroll in our Servant Leadership Training Program.

Family Counseling and Advocacy Service – For men at our Training Center who are married and/or have children, we offer our Family Counseling and Advocacy Service. The goal of this service is to allow each man to grow, heal, and be equipped with discipleship training alongside his wife and/or children. We believe that families need to heal together, not apart. We offer weekend housing and biblical counseling for men enrolled in this service.

Servant Leadership Training Program – Men who have received their Training Certificate in Basic Theology and Biblical Counseling may apply to enter the nine-month Servant Leadership Training Program. This advanced course of ministry training offers men an intensive look at serving others as a way of leadership while engaging in four college level Systematic Theology courses and two practical application courses in Biblical Counseling and Servant Leadership. They will be mentored by a Program Manager while continuing to address their personal life issues. Men will assist program management staff with leading other men in the Addiction Recovery and Discipleship Training program while developing their own gifts and talents. They will also be given training to prepare them for Biblical Counseling Certification with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. The Servant Leadership Training program may be taken at either the Training Center, Indianapolis, or Bloomington campuses. Upon successful completion of the Servant Leadership Training program, men will have earned their Training Certificate in Advanced Theology and Biblical Counseling. This certificate allows them to receive potential college scholarships and college credits with our University collaborations, along with other ministry training opportunities.

Shelter For Men

520 E. Market St., Indianapolis, IN 46204 ph 317.687.6795 Program Director
Check-in time is from 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily. Exceptions will be made for first-time guests only.
No appointment necessary for emergency shelter
Men’s Residential Center 245 N. Delaware St., Indianapolis, IN 46204 317.636.2720
Addictions: Speak with Orientation Intake Manager Must have an appointment for entrance into either program.
Center for Men – 215 S. Westplex Ave., Bloomington, IN 47404 ph 812.333.1905
No appt necessary for emergency shelter. Must have an appointment for addiction recovery program
Training Center at Camp Hunt – 7790 N. Fish Rd., Bloomington, IN 47408 ph 812.332.2452
Not an intake site.
struggling with addiction, contact us at westplex ave or Delaware st location.

Homeless Women and Women with Children
Emergency Services – Our Emergency Shelter Services for women and women with children is a 30-day program designed to assist women with basic temporal needs, like meals and shelter, while assessing the factors that led them to homelessness. Whether addiction, mental health, medical, occupational, or educational issues, ladies are encouraged to enter our other long-term programs that can help them with recovery, securing safe housing and employment or mental health care.

Residential Programs – Our women’s residential programs are designed to address the specific issues that contribute to life instability and, in turn, homelessness. The primary goal of these long-term programs is to walk alongside women and children as they either enter or strengthen their walk with Christ.

Fresh Start (Working Guest) Program – Our Fresh Start (Working Guest) Program is a 6-month residential program designed to assist women to become independent through job training, job procurement, and stabilization. Guests receive individualized case management, educational training in our computer lab, work therapy, career development and life-skill classes, spiritual training and counseling. The goal is to have the clients move to safe affordable housing within 6 months, find employment, mend broken relationships, demonstrate life change and be involved in a follow up program for up to one year.

Connect to Care Program – Our Connect to Care (C2C) program is designed to address those ladies who come seeking shelter and have additional issues that require connection with an outside provider to promote a successful move to future stability. The C2C program allows those women to connect with local providers and their services while having the stability of housing with Wheeler Mission. Often this connection is made with mental health providers who also offer housing opportunities and an extended stay at Wheeler Mission is essential for that process to come to completion. While in C2C, the women are able to undergo counseling, medical care, and medication stabilization with their service team while the Center staff provides added support through the day-to-day challenges that are often intensified with a chronic illness or mental health diagnosis. The ladies in this program work a scheduled day attending life skills classes (Anger Management, Life Skills, Addiction/Recovery, Communication Skills, Financial Management, Healthy Relationships, etc.), as well as weekly Bible studies. They also spend time in the Education Center improving academic and or employment skills, working in our Job Center, attending educational/employment training, job seeking, or working assignments around the building. The stay for this program is typically 6-9 months, although there is flexibility for an extended stay if the woman continues to be in compliance with the direction of her mental health provider and the Center and is working to make the final steps in securing safe and affordable housing.

Family Development Program – Our Family Development Program for mothers and their children is a residential program lasting 6-9 months. It is designed to provide stabilization, spiritual development, and skill development. Classes in parenting, life-skills and career development are included. An individualized educational program is supplied for the mothers where they can prepare to earn their GED or improve basic skills. Individual case management and counseling are an important part of this program. Assistance is given with regard to housing and employment procurement.
As a part of the Family Development Program in Indianapolis, we offer a state registered child care ministry with a strong educational emphasis. When mothers are in classes, the children attend age-appropriate educational programs, which include preschool education preparation, social behavior lessons, physical exercise and motor skill development, craft time and introduction to Biblical themes through fun story times. Positive mother and child interaction is facilitated and encouraged.

Addiction Recovery
Higher Ground Addiction Recovery Program – The Higher Ground Addiction Recovery Program is a transitional, residential program for women struggling with substance abuse issues. It begins highly structured and freedoms increase as the program continues, through a minimum of eight total months. The program is designed to focus on total life change, rather than a single focus on the addiction. The foundation for this change is a relationship with Jesus Christ. The goal is transformation with minds focused on a desire to please God rather than self. Curriculum includes recovery classes and group and individual counseling. Life skills classes are offered in anger management, financial management, and healthy relationships. Ladies also have Bible studies and learn how to apply the Word of God to daily decision making. The progressive nature of the programming allows for growth in skills to include meal planning, shopping, budgeting, and other independent living responsibilities. Individual mental health counseling is available both in-house and with coordinating agencies. The program offers many avenues for developing healthy relationships that will be longstanding upon completion of the in-house programming, so that each graduate leaves with a secure support system in place. Throughout the Higher Ground program, guests participate in Wheeler Mission’s cottage industry called Restored Creations.
Connections Program – Following the eight-month Higher Ground program, a graduate may choose to enter our Connections Program, which offers the graduate continued support while she continues reside under the security of Wheeler Mission’s Center for Women & Children. During this program, the participant would be expected to secure employment and maintain savings in an effort to obtain safe and affordable housing or participate in an educational training program.

Servant Leadership Training Program – Also available following completion of the program is the opportunity to participate in Servant Leadership Training (SLT). This person will serve as an intern in the ministry for another nine months following completion of the Higher Ground program. This program is designed for those who desire an extra challenge and have a desire to further their relationship with God through service in a ministry. These participants will have opportunity to attend biblical counseling classes as well.

Center for Women & Children – 3208 E. Michigan St., Indianapolis, IN 46201 ph 317.687.3630
No appt necessary for emergency shelter. Must make an appt for addiction recovery program.
Center for Women & Children – 400 S. Opportunity Ln., Bloomington, IN 47404 ph 812.334.4047
No appt necessary for emergency shelter. Must have an appt for addiction recovery program.

Indiana Comprehensive Treatment Centers

Offers medication assisted treatment that is both safe and effective so that individuals who wish to achieve recovery can do so with the guidance needed to sustain a recovered life. Supervised and monitored by experienced doctors and nurses, the following medications are options included in the medication assisted treatment offered: Suboxone, Subutex, Methadone, and Vivitrol®.
Our Locations: Lawrenceburg, Evansville, Indianapolis, Richmond, Charlestown
Admissions: between two and four hours for the entire intake process. Physical exam, Drug test
TB test (unless the individual has received one within the last 2 years), Completion of necessary paper work, Pregnancy test (women only)
Those appropriate for the services offered must meet the following criteria in order to schedule an intake and begin treatment: Must be age 18 or older, Must have a history of opiate dependence for a year or more, or have a history of abusing opiate medications, Must not have an active prescription for opiate medications
bring the following to the intake appointment: A valid photo ID, of which can include a driver’s license, state ID, or passport, Intake fee, regardless of insurance, A willingness to provide a urine specimen
clients must come to their intake in a state of withdrawal, meaning that they must not have used their drug of choice for a period of 24-48 hours. Exceptions to this rule can be made if clients are being discharged from a detox.
If prospective clients are pregnant, they should not be in a state of withdrawal when they come in for their intake. All pregnant clients need to have consent from their treating OB/GYN and must be willing to sign a release of information (ROI) in order for our staff to be able to appropriately coordinate care. If pregnant clients do not have a treating OB/GYN, the staff at our comprehensive treatment centers will work with the prospective client in order to determine appropriate arrangements.

Modern Medicine of Rising Sun

ph 812-438-1216
Katrina Lock is a Nurse Practitioner in Rising Sun, IN. She is able to administer Vivitrol in her office by appointment. The VIVITROL® Co-pay Savings Program covers up to $500/month of Co-pay or deductible expenses for eligible patients with a VIVITROL prescription.


1600 Albany St, Beech Grove, IN ph (317) 782-6422
Special language services provided include assistance for hearing impaired.
medicaid, medicare, and private insurance are accepted. Pymt asst is not offered for program costs.


AKA Substance Abuse Services ph (317) 634-6341 615 North Alabama St, Ste 220, Indianapolis, IN
medicaid, state financed insurance, medicare, private insurance, and access to recovery voucher are accepted. Payment assistance is not offered for program costs.

Families First

Phone: 317-537-0038
Outpatient Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Treatment –
Families First at Westminster Family and Adult Srvc Ctr- 2325 East New York St, Indianapolis, IN 46201
Families First – Hancock County / 98 East North St, Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: 317.462.3733
Hours: Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Main Address: 615 N. Alabama St., Ste 320, Indianapolis, IN 46204 Ph 317-634-6341
Fax 317-464-9575 Email: info(AT)


14 N. Highland Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46202
3351 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208 / 317-964-0450
Clients Served: Females Only Fees: Self Pay – sliding scale, No Charge
Dual Diagnosis Email: wnoe(AT)
*currently is a waitlist for admission*
Some of the programs and resources are: intensive case management, mental health and substance abuse treatment, relapse prevention counseling, employment placement, and financial management.
Paying rent is not a requirement to get into the Dove House.
Requirements for Admission: Must be female, at least 18 years of age or older, Have a personal history of alcohol and/or drug abuse or addiction, Be committed to recovery, Agree to stay at Dove House for at least 90 days (Residents can stay up to 2 years if needed).
schedule an assessment 317-964-0450 or send an email to Chelsea Boggs at cboggs(AT)


1431 N Delaware, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: 317-536-7100 Fax: (317) 536-7101
Contact: Marla Greenway Email: mgreenway(AT) Medicare/Medicaid, Self Pay – sliding scale
Adult Outpatient Therapy (Basic), Outpatient Therapy (Intensive)
Adolescent Outpatient substance abuse treatment for individuals ages 12 to 18.
open from 9 AM to 8 PM


2135 N. Alabama St, Indianapolis, IN 46202 P: (317) 926-8557, F: (317) 926-2250
Sandy Jeffers – Executive Director, sjeffers(AT)
Ashley Sorrell – Lead Peers Support, asorrell(AT)
Danny Camacho – Resident Mgr, dcamacho(AT)
Chad Allen – Housing Coordinator, callen(AT)
Entry Level Supportive Housing -(Men only) Pathway-I serves 24 homeless men in need of a structured environment to maintain recovery. Services include recovery support, mental health support, relapse prevention.
Contact Ashley Sorrell (asorrell(AT) for Pathway-I Entry Level (men only). Contact Chad Allen (callen(AT) for Pathway 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6.
For admission information, Call 317 926-8557 for an application prior to scheduling an interview. Contact Ashley Sorrell (asorrell(AT) for Pathway-I Entry Level or contact Chad Allen (callen(AT) for Pathway 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6.
Admission Criteria:
1. Be 18 years of age or older.
2. Lack a permanent night-time residence to establish homelessness.
3. Have identifiable alcohol/drug problem and demonstrate the need for a residential program.
4. Be detoxed process from life threatening substances, if applicable.
5. Comply with a mental health treatment plan, taking medications as directed, if applicable.
6. Participate in program activities and in the judgement of staff be suitable for the program.
7. Cooperate with staff to develop a Recovery Action Plan and consistently work toward meeting goals.
8. Commit to a minimum (90) day stay and give a 2 week notice if considering self-termination.
9. Abide by all house rules and regulations of the Pathway program.
10. Seek and maintain employment during residency or, if disabled, participate in volunteer work.
11. Be responsible for payment of room and board based on income, not to exceed $100 per week.
12. Submit proof of income and adhere to budget and savings plan.
Pathway cannot accommodate applicants with the following:
1. The need for emergency medical care.
2. Personal barriers which would prevent program participation.
3. Past or present behavior which deemed potentially unsafe for residents or staff.
4. Addictive prescription medication.
Pathway-II and Pathway-III – Semi-Independent Living: Pathway-II serves 8 women, and Pathway-III serves 9 men. Both offer fully-furnished private bedrooms and shared common areas.
Admission Criteria:
Completion of sober living/transitional housing program.
90 days of continuous sobriety engaged in recovery program (drugs and alcohol).
90 days compliance with mental health treatment plan, if applicable.
90 days consistent employment/disability income.
90 days immediate prior history of self-pay rent.
Sign lease agreement and be responsible for rent.
Pathway-IV, Pathway-V, and Pathway-VI – Substance-Free Permanent Housing
Provides safe, affordable, substance-free, permanent housing to individuals and families exiting transitional living programs. Pathway-IV offers 21 one-bedroom apartments, Pathway-V offers 12 two-bedroom apartments, and Pathway-VI offers 18 one-bedroom apartments and 2 town-houses.
Admission Criteria:
Completion of sober living/transitional housing program.
6 months of continuous sobriety (drugs and alcohol).
6 months compliance with mental health treatment plan, if applicable.
6 months consistent employment/disability income.
6 months immediate prior history of self-pay rent.
Sign 1-year lease agreement and be responsible for rent.


Eskenazi Health 720 Eskenazi Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202 Main Switch Board: 317.880.0000
ADDICTION SERVICES 317.880.8491 dual-diagnosis – outpatient detox treatment for alcohol, benzodiazepines and opiates Specialized treatment is available for expectant and/or new mothers.
Medicaid: MDwise – Hoosier Healthwise, Healthy Indiana Plan, Anthem – Hoosier Healthwise, Healthy Indiana Plan, Hoosier Care Connect, MHS – Hoosier Healthwise, Health Indiana Plan, Hoosier Care Connect, CareSource – Hoosier Healthwise, Healthy Indiana Plan
Medicare Advantage: Anthem*, CareSource
skenazi Health financial counselors can complete the following applications: Hoosier Healthwise, HIP, Medicaid: for aged, blind or disabled individuals, Health Advantage, Federal Marketplace


620 8th Ave., Terre Haute, IN 47804
Contact: Deb Hudson Phone: 812-231-8171 / (800) 742-0787
Email: Dhudson(AT) Website:
Outpatient / Dual Diagnosis
Medicare/Medicaid, Hoosier Assistance Program, Private Insurance, Self Pay, Self Pay – sliding scale
COUNTY LOCATIONS: Bloomfield, Brazil, Clinton, Greencastle, Indianapolis, Linton, Plainfield, Rockville, Spencer, Sullivan, Terre Haute

House of Hope

PO Box 283, Brazil, IN 47834 / 5525 US-40, Brazil, IN 47834
(812) 446-1717
* a non-denominational Christian Discipleship ministry
* NO charge for our services
* Adults (ages 18 and up) can apply to any of our centers for help
* Admission is on a bed availability basis
* We do require some initial blood tests (and a pregnancy test for women) before accepting a person
* incoming resident may be required to have a return ticket (or the equivalent).
* Any serious health or legal problems should be taken care of before coming into the center

Michiana behavioral health

Address: 1800 N Oak Dr, Plymouth, IN 46563
Hours: Open 24 hours
Phone: (574) 936-3784

KentuckyOne Health/Our Lady of Peace

200 Abraham Flexner Way, Louisville, KY 40202
Addiction Recovery Care accepts Kentucky/Indiana Medicaid plans, and interested potential clients with WellCare, Humana CareSource, Aetna Better Health for Kentucky, Passport Health Plan, and Anthem coverage should call the intake team at (888) 818-1434.
The injection clinic (vivitrol) at Our Lady of Peace is open to the public Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m., and Friday from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 502.479.4445, or visit
Takes ky/in Medicaid.
No inpatient for adults.
Has detox for adults (opiate/benzo/alcohol only), must be in critical withdrawal status to medically qualify for their detox which is 3-5 day avg.
they also offer a 30 day inpatient program for adolescents and accepts all forms of Indiana/Kentucky Medicaid.
Be sure to call admissions for what the medical qualifications are as they vary depending on the program and age/doc of the client. (they also take Indiana HIP) (per leah in admissions 5/10/17 830am)
from what they are saying they are again mental health first with a secondary in addiction which most behavioral health/hospitals are.
some exceptions are made. in order to qualify for adult detox again… they must be in extreme state of withdrawal such as seizure, drug induced psychosis, danger to themselves or others. they stressed in withdrawal and stated if they just used before walking in the door they will not accept them.
Treatment Programs:
• Medical Detoxification • Inpatient/Rehabilitation • Partial Hospitalization
• Day/Evening lntensive Outpatient Program • Family Support • Aftercare
Our Inpatient Pathways program provides a clinical and medical assessment. Each day consists of a full schedule of treatment services.
• Individual Therapy • Gender-specific specialty groups • Education Group
• 12 Step Meetings • Psychotherapy Group • Discharge Planning
*** Aftercare is a No Charge service available to individuals who have completed any of our Pathways
*** For more information or to schedule a confidential No Charge assessment, please contact our Assessment and Referral Center 502.451.3333 or 800.451.3637. We will discuss options and walk you through the process. We are open 7 days a week/24 hours a day
Our Lady of Peace – 2020 Newburg Rd, Louisville, KY 40205 / 502.451.3330
24-hour HelpLine: 502.451.3333 or 800.451.3637

Hope ministries

432 S Lafayette Blvd, South Bend, IN 46601
Phone: (574) 235-4150
Core Classes – residents go through a six-month series of classes that examine what the Bible says about them, about God and about how life is supposed to work. These classes further help residents understand and transform their unhealthy beliefs.
Addiction Recovery – through classes, group sessions and 12-step meetings residents are able to overcome the lie that a substance or activity is the best way to deal with the pain and hurt of life.
12-18 months / men, women and families w/children
All residents are served three meals per day at no cost
Health Care- Through on-site services and partnerships with local agencies and providers, Hope helps residents access both basic and specialized mental, emotional and physical health care services.
DAVID VANDERVEEN, Executive Director dvanderveen(AT) 574-235-4150ext: 230
JOHN BROWN, Director of Men’s Services & Operations jbrown(AT) 574-235-4150ext: 229

New Life Deliverance Center

1402 S Michigan St, South Bend, IN 46613
Phone: (574) 233-5433 FAX: (574) 239-6407
The cost of the program is based on a sliding fee scale depending on their income
The program is a six month program which consist of 8 weeks of RPG and 16 weeks of Aftercare.
We are a social setting Detox, we do not provide any medications to manage withdrawal symptoms.
Detox Averaging 3 to 7 days.
LTC provides homeless veterans with three meals a day, shelter, toiletries, and clothing (if available). Homeless veterans are given the opportunity to receive specialized treatment sessions to address their individual needs, in addition to a veteran support group. LTC works closely with the Veterans Association to determine if they qualify for veteran benefits, which could include housing and/or medical assistance

Recovery Matters Substance Abuse Treatment-Stark Center

Pinnacle Treatment Center – Regional Mental Health Center,
3903 Indianapolis Boulevard, East Chicago, IN 46312 Website:
Local Phone: (219) 736-7200, New patient appointment line (219) 392-6001
24-Hour Emergency Phone: (219) 769-4005
Additional Locations: Strawhun Center, 8555 Taft St., Merrillville, IN
must be at least 18 years old, and a photo ID is required.
With rare exceptions, admission to outpatient methadone treatment requires at least one year of dependence on opiates.
As a non-profit, our fees are comparable to other providers and are based on the cost of providing services. Insurance, preferred provider and managed care plans may cover treatment. Indiana residents may qualify for fee assistance with our sliding scale based on income and family size
Many services are covered by private insurance, managed care contract, HMO, Medicaid, Medicare or others.

Recovery Works Merrillville

201 West 89th Avenue, Merrillville, IN 46410
Phone: 866-535-HOPE / (800) 782-1520
Corporate Address: 1317 Rte 73, Ste 200, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054/ ph (856) 840-6486/ fax (856) 780-5153
covered by many insurance companies and Medicaid
provide a full continuum of community-based care, from medication-assisted treatment and residential programs to outpatient and alumni programs. We offer treatment for the abuse of alcohol, opioids, and other illegal and prescription drugs.
recovery or transitional living houses – Residents need to be in a partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program
Suboxone Maintenance Program includes medical intervention and treatment for long-term opiate addiction
most of our outpatient facilities offer monthly injections of long-acting Vivitrol (Naltrexone) after detox.

Recovery Works Cambridge City

2060 State Road 1 North, Cambridge City, IN 47327
Phone: 888-792-4639 / (800) 782-1520
Corporate Address: 1317 Rte 73, Suite 200, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054/ph (856) 840-6486/fax (856) 780-5153
covered by many insurance companies and Medicaid
provide a full continuum of community-based care, from medication-assisted treatment and residential programs to outpatient and alumni programs. We offer treatment for the abuse of alcohol, opioids, and other illegal and prescription drugs.
recovery or transitional living houses – Residents need to be in a partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program
Suboxone Maintenance Program includes medical intervention and treatment for long-term opiate addiction
most of our outpatient facilities offer monthly injections of long-acting Vivitrol (Naltrexone) after detox.

The Salvation Army Northwest Indiana Adult Rehabilitation Center

135 W. 11th Avenue, Gary, IN 46402 ph# 219-882-9377
* Should note that space is available at the NWI with immediate openings.
* Insurance not needed, free for most comers
* Be minimum 18 years of age.
* 6 -12 month program
* Have a Drug and Alcohol Problem
* Have a picture ID and social security card (if missing, call for other acceptable identification)
* Transportation May be available to the program on a limited basis.
* No outside employment allowed during time in program

YWCA Women’s Journey

1102 South Fellows, South Bend, IN 46601
(574) 233-9491
detoxification services (by arrangement with local provider)
individual and group chemical dependency counseling
residential treatment for up to 60 days (individually determined)
transitional housing (for up to two years)
residential and non-residential services for children of women in treatment
case management
childcare during programming
aftercare support groups
There is, at times, a wait list to get into this program. Preference for treatment for women is given in this priority order:
1. pregnant and an IV user
2. pregnant
3. IV user
4. has physical custody of children and will retain custody while in treatment
5. has children but does not have custody
6. Dept of Children Services has custody but is working toward reunification
7. women without children
* If a pregnant woman does not receive priority admission to treatment and/or interim services within 48 hours she may call the Consumer Service Line at 1-800-901-1133
Breaking Free Dual Treatment Program – YWCA’s Breaking Free program is a unique and innovative holistic treatment program for women with a history of both substance use and domestic violence. The two issues are addressed and treated at the same time with emphasis placed on understanding how the two problems are inter-related. To find out more about Breaking Free contact Director of Clinical Services Diane Schmeltz at 574-233-9491 ext: 315.


2600 Oakland Avenue, Elkhart, IN 46517 ph 574-533-1234 info(AT)
Oaklawn Hospital, 330 Lakeview Drive, Goshen, IN 46526
Adolescent programs—The New Hope Adolescent program is a 28-week intensive substance use treatment program for adolescents with a moderate to severe substance use disorder. Participants learn about substance use, how it affects families and individuals and skills for recovery.
Adult IOP
South Bend Access Center 24/7 / 574-283-1234 – The Children’s Campus / 574-259-5666
Toll-Free/ 800-282-0809

A New Beginning

211 E. Washington St., Goshen, IN 46528
Phone: (574) 534-5778

Jane’s House/Life Treatment Center

Michigan Street, South Bend, In
(574) 233-5433 intake(AT)
* 12-bed residential treatment facility
* average length of stay is between six and eight weeks
* non medical 3-5 day detox

Serenity House Inc

622 East Fort Wayne Street, Warsaw, IN USA / 2278 Co Rd 50, Auburn, IN 46706
Ph (260)-927-8902 Fax 260-927-9416
Serenity House Staff – Steve Smith-Executive Director, serenityhouseinc(AT), 260-927-8902
Auburn Houses – Jeff Frigo-House #1 Manager, shijeff72(AT), 260-908-3066
Spencer Stafford-House #2 Manager, shiauburn2(AT), 260-385-2516
Jessica Russell-House #4 Manager, jrussellshih4(AT), 260-570-8308
Warsaw Houses, Abel David-House #5 Manager, abelshi5(AT), 574-377-0100
Stefanie Holbrook-House #6w Manager, shiwarsaw6w(AT), 260-920-4526
Jeff (Hoss) Smith-House #7 Manager, hosswarsaw7(AT), 574-268-8688
applications on website

Salvation Army Rehabilitation

South Bend (IN) ARC -510-518 S Main St. South Bend, IN 46601 ph (574) 288-2539

Dismas of Michiana Inc

P.O. Box 4571, South Bend, IN 46634
Ph 574-233-8522 Web Site: 521 S St Joseph St, South Bend, IN 46601
Dismas House of Michiana provides transitional housing and support services to recently released men and women. Services provided include room and board, transportation, job referrals, life skills counseling and drug/alcohol counseling referrals. All residents pay program fees and are expected to gain employment within two weeks of arrival at Dismas House.
Dismas House – 1513 16th Ave S | Nashville, Tennessee | 615-297-9287

Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare Inc

4001 John Street, Evansville, IN, 47714
Phone: (812) 423-7791 / 812.473.3104
Medicare, Medicaid, Military Insurance, Private health insurance, Self payment, State Financed (other than Medicaid)
Detox, residential and IOP treatment

Jubilee House Ministry

2705 Chestnut Street, Fort Wayne, IN, 46803
Ph (260) 422-2908 Jubil1301(AT)
P.O. Box 10283, Fort Wayne, IN 46851 Director Cell # (260) 615-0046
Men halfway house

Mens Home With Hope

1001 Ferry St, Lafayette, IN – 47901 ph (765) 742-2321 / (765) 807-0009
Fax: (765) 807-0030 Email: Admissions(AT)
minimum 90 day commitment is required.
Women Hope Apartments – 920 North 11th Street, Lafayette, IN 47904 Fax: (765) 269-9110


14 N. Highland Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46202
Contact: Celli Dugger, Assistant Director Phone: 317-964-0450
Email: cdugger(AT) Website:
Clients Served: Females Only
Fees: Self Pay – sliding scale, No Charge


1001 W. 10th St, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: 317-630-7791 Website:


2135 N. Alabama St., Indianapolis, IN 46202
Contact: Ivy Hogue or Ashley Sorrell Phone: 317-926-8557
Email: asorrell(AT) Website:

Fresh Start Recovery Center

A residential addictions treatment program that works for mothers.
It admits pregnant women with an addiction involving opiates who do not have an open case with the Indiana Department of Children Services (DCS) as well as women with a substance abuse problem who are involved with DCS.
This program uniquely allows mothers and children to remain together while mother receives residential treatment for drug abuse. Mothers who are working toward regaining care of their children also participate in this program. Although we are located in Indianapolis and Winchester, we accept referrals from mothers who live anywhere in Indiana.
This program is provided at no cost to the mother and insurance coverage is not required. For more information contact FreshStartReferrals(AT) or (317) 617-1681 Volunteers of America Indiana, 912 North Delaware St, Indianapolis, IN 46202 317.660.2830

Turning Point Recovery Center

Residential Addiction Treatment in partnership with Indiana Department of Corrections Parole
Referrals are accepted through IDOC Parole and include individuals that continue to fail drug screens and are in need of clinically based inpatient treatment services.
Turning Point will serve 15 clients at one time for a stay of up to 45 days. Clients will receive at least 4 hours of group programming per day, one-on-one psychotherapy sessions with a licensed clinical professional, case management services, as well as 24 hour Recovery Specialists who are trained in the cycle and treatment of addiction and trauma.
To refer a client, contact Kirsti Thomas at KThomas1(AT) or (317) 617-1270 Volunteers of America Indiana, 912 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202 317.660.2830

North Star Recovery

1941 Virginia Ave, Connersville, Indiana
Ph 833.823.HELP
Detoxification (detox) is the process in which a person who is dependent upon substances undergoes withdrawal from substance use. It is a medical protocol used during the acute withdrawal phase.
46 Bed Unit
Males & Females Over 18 Years Old
Average Length of Stay, 5-8 Days
Brazil, Indiana House of Hope – PO Box 283, Brazil, IN 47834 ph (812) 446-1717
Administrative Office – Mission Teens, Inc, PO Box 131, Glendora, NJ 08029 Ph (856) 782-7771
non-denominational Christian Discipleship ministry
program is divided up into four phases, each lasting 2-4 months.
Upon completion of the program, the person may be offered an additional 10-12 month staff-training program
Services are free
Adults (ages 18 and up)
both men and women
require some initial blood tests (and a pregnancy test for women) before accepting a person. *
the incoming resident may be required to have a return ticket (may be used in the event a person is asked to leave)
Any serious health or legal problems should be taken care of before coming into the center
any medical expenses are the responsibility of the resident

Indiana Dream Center

PO Box 671, Huntington, IN 46750
1324 Flaxmill Road, Huntington, Indiana 46750
Ph 260.200.1155 info(AT)
application can be found on the website, download, fill out and email back to becky(AT)
men and women 18 – 59 years of age
faith based / discipleship program
1 year / 52 week program

Grace House – Teen Challenge in Indy


Harbor Light in Indy


Our Sister’s Place in Indy


Redemption House in Fort Wayne

have to be sentenced here from court

Regional Mental Health Center

Strawhun Center, 8555 Taft St., Merrillville, IN 46410 Ph 219.769.4005 / Fax: 219.769.2508
info(AT) 24-HR CRISIS LINE: 219.769.4005

Stark Center – 3903 Indianapolis Blvd., East Chicago, IN 46312 ph 219.769.4005 / Fax: 219.392.6998

  • Accepts Indiana HIP
  • referral is not needed
  • residential detox (9 days)/treatment, outpatient, MAT, halfway house


(main office) 615 North Alabama St., Suite 136, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Main Office Ph (317) 639-5645 Women’s Health Recovery Home 317-536-2750 / Men’s Health Recovery Home 317-920-1554

  • For Medical Clinic information, call (317) 639-5645, ext. 200 Monday–Friday, 9am–5pm
  • schedule a Dental Clinic appointment call (317) 955-0217 Monday–Friday, 9am–5pm
  • handicap accessible
  • need referral

Hepatitis Testing and AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling


(877) 435-7443 Help 4 Hep InfoLine

Provides information, education, and peer support on living with hepatitis C. Information is available to individuals living with hepatitis C, their support network, and health care providers. Referrals to low-cost hepatitis C testing may be available.

Provides information, education, and peer support on how to live healthy with HIV. Information is available to individuals living with HIV, their support network, and health care providers

HIV Testing


2009 Brown Street, Anderson, IN 46016

(765) 641-8326 Ext. 4528 HIV Care Coordination

Provides free, confidential testing for HIV by appointment.

Testing at outreach sites can sometimes be arranged.

Provides mental and physical health care referrals and care coordination free of charge for HIV positive individuals in Cass, Hamilton, Hancock, Howard, Madison, Miami, and Tipton County. Established clients may also be eligible for assistance with food, housing, transportation, employment, legal issues, and other basic needs.


120 East Mulberry Street, Room 206, Kokomo, IN 46901

(765) 456-2403 Switchboard

Provides free and confidential HIV testing on a walk-in basis each week.

Facilitates a support group for anyone affected by

HIV/AIDS. Patients, family members, friends, and

caregivers are all welcome.


8937 Technology Drive, Fishers, IN 46038

(317) 849-9304

Offers confidential, low-cost reproductive health care for

men and women. Services include pelvic exams, Pap

tests, breast exams, testicular exams, pregnancy testing

and counseling, pregnancy verification for Hoosier

Healthwise, contraception, HPV vaccination, sexually

transmitted disease/infection testing and treatment, and

HIV testing and counseling.


3914 West Jefferson Boulevard, Fort Wayne, IN 46804

(260) 423-1322

Offers confidential, low-cost reproductive health care for

men and women. Services include pelvic exams, Pap

tests, breast exams, testicular exams, pregnancy testing

and counseling, pregnancy verification for Hoosier

Healthwise, contraception, HPV vaccination, sexually

transmitted disease/infection testing and treatment, and

HIV testing and counseling.


964 Mezzanine Drive, Lafayette, IN 47905

(765) 446-8078

Offers confidential, low-cost reproductive health care for men

and women. Services include pelvic exams, Pap tests, breast

exams, testicular exams, pregnancy testing and counseling,

pregnancy verification for Hoosier Healthwise, contraception,

HPV vaccination, sexually transmitted disease/infection testing

and treatment, and HIV testing and counseling.



(800) 448-0440 Toll-Free

Provides the latest federally approved information on

HIV/AIDS clinical research, treatment, and prevention and

medical practice guidelines for people living with

HIV/AIDS, their families and friends, health care providers,

and researchers. Information is available by phone or



PO Box 36085, Indianapolis, IN 46236

(317) 635-5074 Heartland Office

(800) 465-4837 National Helpline

Provides information, support, and advocacy for those affected

by hepatitis and other liver-related diseases. Maintains a listing

of local support groups, clinical trials, and transplant

information. Educational materials are available on the national

website This office serves Indiana,

Kentucky, and Ohio.

Drug Dependency & General Addictions/Dependencies Support Groups


(260) 460-4739 Hotline

(260) 497-3509 Pager

Offers a 12-Step support group in which members help each

other recover from addiction to any mind-altering substance,

including cocaine. This district has meetings at various sites in

Fort Wayne.


(855) 638-4373 Meth-Free Helpline

Offers self-help support groups for people who are addicted to

crystal methamphetamine (“crystal meth”). Members help each

other stay drug-free and share recovery experiences. In

Indiana, meetings are available in Fulton, Marion, Montgomery,

Noble, Vanderburgh, and Vigo County


PO Box 2097, Kokomo, IN 46904

(765) 456-5905

Offers support groups in which members help each other

stay drug-free and share recovery experiences. This area

has meetings in Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami,

Tippecanoe, and White County.


4254 South County Road 00 EW (US Highway 31),

Kokomo, IN 46902

(765) 453-4626 Church Office

Offers a support group for those struggling with an addiction.

Provides education, tools, and supportive relationships to


Families/Friends of Drug Abusers and Alcoholics Support Groups


(800) 736-9805 Toll-Free

Offers 12-Step support groups (both online and at select

locations nationwide) for persons whose lives have been

adversely affected by a loved one’s addiction to alcohol or



(888) 425-2666 National Information Line

Offers support groups for friends and relatives of

alcoholics, following the 12-Step model. Al-Anon is for

adults; Alateen is for young people (usually ages 13-19).

Information about meeting times and locations throughout

Indiana is available by phone or online


(800) 736-9805 Toll-Free

Offers 12-Step support groups (both online and at select

locations nationwide) for persons whose lives have been

adversely affected by a loved one’s addiction to alcohol or


Indiana’s Medicaid Opioid Support in the United States

Table 1:  Medicaid’s Role in Addressing the Opioid Epidemic (as of June 2019)
State Opioid Overdose Death Rate per 100,000 (2017) Number of Opioid Overdose Deaths (2017) Medicaid Coverage of MAT Drugs (2018) IMD Exclusion Waiver for SUD Treatment (2019)
Prescription Opioids Heroin Synthetic Opioids
United States 14.9 14,495 15,482 28,466 M – 41, B – 51,
N – 51
21 Approved,
7 Pending
Alabama 9.0 141 125 198 M, B, N No
Alaska 13.9 47 36 37 M, B, N Approved
Arizona 13.5 349 334 267 M, B, N Pending
Arkansas 6.5 116 15 68 B, N No
California 5.3 973 715 536 M, B, N Approved
Colorado 10.0 254 224 112 M, B, N No
Connecticut 27.7 188 425 686 M, B, N No
Delaware 27.8 64 121 178 M, B, N Pending
District of Columbia 34.7 39 127 182 M, B, N No
Florida 16.3 1,133 707 2,126 M, B, N No
Georgia 9.7 513 263 419 M, B, N No
Hawaii 3.4 33 10 N/A M, B, N No
Idaho 6.2 55 23 22 B, N No
Illinois 17.2 494 1,187 1,251 M, B, N Approved
Indiana 18.8 390 327 649 M, B, N Approved
Iowa 6.9 95 61 92 M, B, N No
Kansas 5.1 74 25 32 B, N Approved
Kentucky 27.9 399 269 780 B, N Approved
Louisiana 9.3 161 162 156 B, N Approved
Maine 29.9 75 76 278 M, B, N No
Maryland 32.2 524 522 1,542 M, B, N Approved
Massachusetts 28.2 254 466 1,649 M, B, N Approved
Michigan 21.2 510 783 1,368 M, B, N Pending
Minnesota 7.8 150 111 184 M, B, N Pending
Mississippi 6.4 89 34 81 M, B, N No
Missouri 16.5 226 299 618 M, B, N No
Montana 3.6 22 N/A N/A M, B, N No
Nebraska 3.1 32 N/A 25 B, N Pending
Nevada 13.3 239 94 66 M, B, N No
New Hampshire 34.0 51 28 374 M, B, N Approved
New Jersey 22.0 424 1,085 1,376 M, B, N Approved
New Mexico 16.7 144 144 75 M, B, N Approved
New York 16.1 821 1,356 2,238 M, B, N No
North Carolina 19.8 573 537 1,285 M, B, N Approved
North Dakota 4.8 18 N/A 12 B, N No
Ohio 39.2 854 1,000 3,523 M, B, N Pending
Oklahoma 10.2 226 61 102 M, B, N No
Oregon 8.1 124 124 85 M, B, N No
Pennsylvania 21.2 564 819 1,982 M, B, N Approved
Rhode Island 26.9 74 14 201 M, B, N Approved
South Carolina 15.5 312 153 404 B, N No
South Dakota 4.0 14 N/A 14 M, B, N No
Tennessee 19.3 592 311 590 B, N Pending
Texas 5.1 535 569 348 M, B, N No
Utah 15.5 290 147 92 M, B, N Approved
Vermont 20.0 27 41 77 M, B, N Approved
Virginia 14.8 336 556 829 M, B, N Approved
Washington 9.6 250 306 143 M, B, N Approved
West Virginia 49.6 279 244 618 M, B, N Approved
Wisconsin 16.9 318 414 466 M, B, N Approved
Wyoming 8.7 30 N/A 17 B, N No
NOTE: Overdose deaths by type of opioid are not mutually exclusive and should not be summed. Synthetic opioid deaths do not include deaths due to methadone. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) drugs are: methadone (M), buprenorphine (B), and naltrexone (N). Naltrexone includes both oral and injectable. An IMD (Institution for Mental Disease) is an inpatient facility with over 16 beds.