The grants were awarded based in part on overdose death rates.
More than $67 million in federal funds is heading to Indiana to help low-income families.
Most of the companies planning to offer coverage in Indiana through the federal exchange are proposing double-digit rate increases for individual premiums.
The funds are part of a $95 million initiative from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services distributing funds to federally-recognized clinics.
About 66,000 Hoosiers signed up for healthcare coverage through the federal marketplace for the first time.
The Department of Health and Human Services awarded $1.5 million to Indiana health centers to expand substance abuse treatment.
Pence says the country‘s ills will be cured through state capitals, not the federal capitol.
Nearly 2,800 Hoosiers signed up for insurance in November, compared to 700 in October.
The suit claims the current law violates the university’s right to religious freedom in its provisions regarding coverage for contraceptives.
Only 701 Hoosiers have signed up for coverage at healthcare.gov since it went online Oct. 1.