|Collaborative Change||Email: email@example.com, Fax: (317) 203-0955|
Main: (317) 296-4187
|North Side Office: 10293 N. Meridian St, S180|
Indianapolis, Indiana 46290. West Side Office: 3073 Salt Lake Road
Indianapolis, Indiana 46214
|Spanish available, no other languages||Accepts Medicaid. Discount for private pay if eligible||How to refer: https://www.collaborative-change.com/therapy-referral-form||Virtual Therapy, Individual and Family Therapy, Topic based Cafes for group discussion, Child Mental Health Wraparound Program|
|One Sensible Solution||1 - (317) 296 - 4914||6100 N Keystone Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46220|
1041 Shelby St
Indianapolis IN, 46203
|Call to confirm for Spanish, have a Burmese speaking MSW||Medicaid, Medicare, HIP, self-pay, private insurance||How to refer: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScEagJ3XNoFeD2rZBc5htIjUuwTjyQoulqkmkTkuXwErCIl2w/viewform||Family Counseling, Individual Therapy, Play Therapy, Couples Counseling, Parent Counseling, Teletherapy|
|Families First||2240 N. Meridian Street||Interpretation may depend on the program, at minimum over the phone, but is provided||Accepts Medicaid, sliding scale, grant for free services for victims of crime||Monday thru Thursday 10:00 am – 4:30pm||How to refer: Call 317-634-3641 For the 24-Hour Crisis & Suicide Hotline, please call (317) 251-7575 or 1-800-273-TALK. For the 24-Hour Rape Crisis Center, please call the Sexual Assault Crisis Line at 833-338-SASS. To report CHILD ABUSE, you must contact the Indiana Department of Child Services at 800-800-5556|
|Christian Theological Seminary||(317) 924-5205||1000 W 42nd St, Indianapolis, IN 46208||English only||low sliding scale||How to refer: Call 317-924-5205|
|Legacy House||317.221.2000||2505 N Arlington Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46218||Interpretation often in person, if not available over the phone||FREE (services are for adults and children affected by trauma/violence)||How to refer: 317-554-5272, firstname.lastname@example.org||no cost trauma counseling and advocacy services to victims of violence
victim advocacy services such as courtroom support, assistance with preparing petitions for emergency protective orders and victim compensation applications, shelter and social service referrals
Confidential Medical Fax: 317-291-4912
Admin Fax: 317-291-7433
|3400 Lafayette Rd # 200, Indianapolis, IN 46222|
5750 W 56th St, Indianapolis, IN 46254
|English and Spanish Services||Accepts Medicaid, sliding scale option||Monday: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. |
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
|Counseling and refferral, depression screening, drug and alcohol abuse resources, stopping smoking|
|Raphael Health Center||Call (317) 926-1507 to schedule||401 E 34th St, Indianapolis, IN 46205||Interpretation availiable in person and over the phone||Medicaid and sliding scale||Monday thru Friday 8AM-5PM||How to refer: 317-926-1507||Depression Screening
Quit Smoking Programs
Substance Abuse & Addiction Treatment
Mental Health Counseling
MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment)
|Eskenazi Health Center Pecar||6940 Michigan Rd.||Interpretation availiable over the phone||Sliding scale, accepts medicaid||How to refer: 317-266-2901|
|Healthnet Centers||Several locations (Martindale-Brightwood, People’s, Southeast, Care Center at the Tower, Southwest, West, Northeast, Barrington)||Over the phone, some locations can hire staff to serve as interpreters for services||Accepts Medicaid and sliding scale|
|Windrose Health Network||Two locations in Indianapolis. Windrose and Countyline||In-person and phone. Several Burmese and chin speaking staff.||Accepts Medicaid, Sliding Scale|
|Adult & Child, Southside: 1-877-882-5122|
|Sandra Eskenzi Mental Health Center (formerly Midtown), Midtown: 317-880-8491|
|Aspire, Far Northside: 877-574-1254|
|Community Health Network (formerly Gallahue), Northside: 317-621-5719|
|Cummins, Westside: 888-714-1927 ext 1500|
|Hamilton Center, expanded to Marian County, general service area: 317-937-3700|
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