This week on Noon Edition we spoke to experts about a report that ranks Indiana 45th on mental illness prevalence and care.
This week on Noon Edition we’ll speak to experts from around the state about how Indiana is taking care of some of its most vulnerable citizens.
The state of Indiana will receive $255,000 per year for several years for programs aimed at preventing mental and substance use disorders.
A new study from the nonprofit Mental Health America puts Indiana 45th in the nation when it comes to mental health care.
A group of Indiana lawmakers is recommending the General Assembly take up a draft bill that would offer addiction treatment to certain misdemeanor offenders.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett says, [W]e are embarked on the construction of a new model for the relationship between social services and criminal justice.
The Latino Youth Summit summer camp helps Latino teenagers navigate their identities and mental health.
A growing number of Indiana counties are working to stop the cycle of people with mental illness returning to jail through alternative court programs.
The number of children seeking mental health services because of a parent's addiction has been increasing.
Nationally, about a quarter of Americans suffer from mental illness in a year, but about half of those will not seek treatment, in part, because of stigma.