The Marion County Mobile Crisis Assistance Team was created to reduce the criminalization of mental illness.
Open Beds, the state’s Family and Social Services Administration, FSSA and Indiana 2-1-1 have teamed on a new online platform.
Nearly one-third of Hoosier students report feeling sad or hopeless, and school is the de facto mental health system for many of them. A new partnership increases mental health resources for Indiana schools as one website adds tools to help school systems address the social and emotional needs of students. Indiana University’s School Mental Health […]
New data that considers children's mental health shows that only about one in three households properly store guns.
The state's top public school official says more needs to be done around school safety, including more funding for systems of care throughout the state.
A new Indiana University School of Medicine program to holistically address a cancer patient’s needs has received a $14 million gift.
Indiana currently has 18 opioid treatment center options and this bill would increase that number to 27.
Sen. Joe Donnelly will host Lebanon police officer Taylor Nielsen, who dealt with mental health problems after a 2016 double murder.
The nonprofit also plans to expand the use of medication assisted treatment, such as vivitrol.
This year the Indiana National Guard has fully implemented the Sexton Act requiring service members to receive a mental health screening.