Suicide prevention and awareness forum
The Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township and Community Health Network Behavioral Health Services will host a FREE suicide awareness and prevention community forum on Monday, November 3 at the Fall Creek Valley Middle School Auditorium from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The event is open to the public.
Growing up in today's fast-paced society is a challenge no matter one's age. Children with addictions may experience emotional and behavioral problems in trying to deal with issues at home, school or other important environments in their lives. Behavioral health services at Community Health Network provide expertise to support a wide variety of mental health conditions. The programs address age-specific problems in developing treatment plans for children from 5-18 years of age. Therapy is provided to individuals, groups, and families through both inpatient and outpatient care.
Addiction and chemical dependency
Individual, group and relationship therapy is available for addictions and chemical dependency with special programs tailored for the specific needs of adolescents. Individuals are assisted in taking control of their life and their dependency through psychiatric evaluations, medication management, intensive outpatient addictions, and inpatient detoxification. Addiction and chemical dependency services >>
For those dealing with serious problems related to alcohol and/or drug use, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient addiction (IOAP) services are available. Detoxification from alcohol, benzodiazepines and certain types of narcotics is also provided in an outpatient setting.
Appointments and referral
For new appointments, call 317-621-5719 or toll-free at 866-621-5719.
For 24-hour crisis situations, call 317-621-5700 or toll-free at 800-662-3445.