New text line for suicide prevention
Text HELPNOW to 20121
Having suicidal thoughts or a mental health crisis? This text-for-help hotline instantly connects young people with a trained mental health responder. The service is a vital piece of Community's Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth initiative that anyone can access and use.
Community's 24-hour crisis line provides immediate evaluations by phone and/or face-to-face for psychiatric emergencies. Please call 800-662-3445 or 317-621-5700 for referral.
For non-medical emergencies, enter through the Crisis lobby at Behavioral Health Pavilion located on the north end of Community Hospital North.
Community Hospital North (North campus map PDF)
Behavioral Health Pavilion
7165 Clearvista Way
Indianapolis, IN 46256
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- Triage and assessment
- Crisis stabilization
- Referral to community resources
- Same-day evaluations for at-risk individuals
- Work in acccordance with Indiana Crisis Assistance Response Team (I-CART) to provide school crisis services
- Crisis intervention stress management (CISM) provided to companies that have experienced traumatic events in the workplace
Children, pre-adolescents, adolescents, adult and senior adult mental health patients, and those with co-occurring disorders (substance abuse and mental health).
Multidisciplinary team—under the direction of psychiatrists—includes licensed mental health counselors and licensed social workers.