The state will use money from the Children's Health Insurance Program.
The new campaign to fight the opioid epidemic is supported by federal funds.
The Recovery Works program is aimed at improving offenders’ recovery rates and reducing recidivism.
The FSSA says they've received over 140,000 applications and over 81 percent of them were filled out online.
Indiana Family and Social Services Administration officials say they already have a plan in place to recoup some of the costs.
Indiana is cutting off enrollment in the Healthy Indiana Plan because the program has reached this year’s funding limit.
Gov. Pence named Indiana State Medical Association President John Wernert the new head of the Family and Social Services Administration.
Debra Minott, the head of the Family and Social Services Administration, is resigning as the governor's administration seeks a "change in direction."
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration is beginning to plan the implementation of HIP 2.0, even though it isn't yet federally approved.
HIP 2.0 would expand coverage to uninsured adults ages 19 to 64 with household income below 138 percent of the federal poverty limit.