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Indiana Division of Mental Health & Addiction (DMHA)

Last Update:9/27/2017
Contact:
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Address:402 W. Washington Street
Room W-353
Indianapolis, IN 46204
County:Entire State
Phone:
Toll Free:800-901-1133
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Website:http://www.in.gov/fssa/dmha/4521.htm
Mission
To ensure that Indiana citizens have access to quality mental health and addiction services that promote individual, family and community resiliency and recovery.
Program Description

The Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) sets care standards for the provision of mental health and addiction services to Hoosiers. DMHA is committed to ensuring that clients have access to quality services that promote individual, family and community resiliency and recovery.

The division also certifies all community mental health centers, addiction treatment services, and managed care providers. DMHA operates six psychiatric hospitals (Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital, Evansville Psychiatric Children’s Center, Evansville State Hospital, Logansport State Hospital, Madison State Hospital and Richmond State Hospital). DMHA provides funding support for mental health and addiction services to target populations with financial need through a network of managed care providers, and administers federal funds earmarked for substance abuse prevention projects

The website provides a listing of mental health providers by county - http://www.in.gov/fssa/dmha/2686.htm as well as local services providers - http://www.in.gov/fssa/dmha/2578.htm

DMHA Consumer Support Line - 1-800-901-1133

Financial
Services
Addiction Treatment
Case Management
Counseling
Crisis Intervention
Family Support
Mental Health
Public Policy
Serious Emotional Disability
Counties Serviced
Entire State
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