Foundation receives multi-million dollar grant to prevent Indiana youth suicides
Community Health Network Foundation has received a $3,679,744 grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to prevent suicide attempts and deaths among Indiana’s youth ages 10 to 24. The federal funding allows Community Health Network to accelerate its Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth initiative, a comprehensive early intervention and suicide prevention program that will train healthcare and youth-serving organizations to identify and refer at-risk youth. Read more >>
Largest provider in Central Indiana
Community Health Network is Central Indiana's largest provider of behavioral health, with an extensive continuum of treatment options. More than 4,700 inpatient stays and 19,000 outpatient total client visits a year are provided to patients ranging from age four to senior adults. Clients may be seen in individual, family or group therapy, utilizing psychiatric assessment and evaluation in the development of personal treatment plans by physicians, psychologists, advance practice nurses, therapists and counselors.
For new appointments, call 317-621-5719 or toll-free at 866-621-5719.
For 24-hour crisis services, call 317-621-5700 or toll-free at 800-662-3445.
Facilities and providers near you
The Behavioral Health Pavilion, a full-service, 122-bed inpatient behavioral health hospital, is located on the Community Hospital North campus. Crisis services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for immediate evaluations in person. Find a behavioral health location near you >>
Gallahue Mental Health Services provides outpatient behavioral care services in Marion, Hancock, Madison and Shelby counties.
The Community Support Service program provides an array of therapeutic programs for the Severely Mentally Ill (SMI), including employment training and assistance with job placement.
Another large component of Community's behavioral health services is the school-based program. Gallahue's professional staff delivers mental health services to students in the school environment in more than 50 sites for Indianapolis Public Schools and the Metropolitan School Districts of Lawrence, Warren, Washington and Wayne townships.
Choosing a behavioral health care provider is a very personal and important decision. Clients who come to Community find hope and health as they face anxiety, depression, addiction or other mental health disorders. We are dedicated to helping our clients get back to their lives.