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SAFE Coalition for Human Rights, NFP

Nonprofit
24/7 LIVE Provider/Mental Health Support Help...

Rapid assistance for the first responders and families in crisis. Provider Support/First Responder SupportSenior Support Spiritual Care Educational Support Mental Health Support for Families in Crisis If you need help in any of these areas, please call 219-200-0003 Weekdays 8am-6pm Saturday and Sunday 9am-6pm

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Healthlinc

Nonprofit
Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: Implementing temporary scheduling process. The beginning of each day will be reserved for all regular visits including wellness exams, medication refills and follow-up appointments. We will then transition into the rest of the time being reserved for all symptomatic patients. At the end of every day, each clinic will be diligently cleaned. For our high-risk patients, including those over 60 years old and those with chronic illnesses, we will do all we can to address all of your needs without having to bring you into the clinic during this time. We will be contacting patients to ensure we are scheduling appointments according to these new guidelines, and appreciate all of your patience during this time. Patients should not bring anyone to their appointment, unless necessary, and make sure they are not joined by any individuals that are symptomatic. Our plan is to roll out telehealth and drive-up visits/testing to address ongoing medical needs as soon as possible and we will release more information as it becomes available.

Monday & Thursday
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Every other Saturday
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Regional Health Systems

Behavioral Health Therapist

COVID-19 UPDATE: If you are not feeling well or have a fever and a cough, please reschedule any non-urgent appointments and remain home. Call 219.769.4005 for further information or instructions. Strawhun Center and Stark Center are open for mental health emergencies, inpatient psychiatry (Strawhun Center only) and residential substance use treatment (#RecoveryMatters). New clients seeking outpatient mental health and outpatient substance use treatment services should call before entering these facilities. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room While the risk of COVID-19 infection remains low at this time, we are temporarily suspending in-person, outpatient mental health and outpatient substance use treatment services. Beginning March 23, all outpatient mental health and substance use treatment services will transition to telehealth. If you are a current client, one of our Regional providers will reach out to you for more information. Request a referral from any of our providers to seek therapy or an appointment with one of our Behavioral Health Therapists

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Division of Mental Health and Addiction

Change The Frequency

The Division of Mental Health and Addiction and the Indiana Department of Education are launching an at-home mental wellness campaign called “Change the Frequency” to help Indiana families prioritize their mental health and overcome challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, including the changing landscape of Indiana schools. Change the Frequency delivers free mental health resources to Hoosiers in the form of tangible at-home toolkits and online at www.Changethefrequency.today.

Please call for hours of operation.
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Regional Health Systems

Nonprofit
Child Case Management Services

COVID-19 Update: Regional Mental Health now has available Telehealth services for anyone experiencing anxiety, depression, or in need of any other services. We are remaining open and will still take walk in services. You can call our scheduling number at 219-769-4009. Case managers provide services for children and families who are enrolled in counseling services. They help families obtain community resources and any specialized needs the child may have to ensure their growth and development along with therapy services.

Please call 219-736-7182 for hours of operation.
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Grace Beyond Borders NWI, Inc.

Faith-Based Counseling

State ID or Drivers License required Appointments preferred Call 219-924-4409 to schedule between 9am-3pm Tuesday-Thursday Must have health insurance and bring paperwork to first meeting to process approval *Currently running counseling appointments on Wednesdays from 9am-2pm; if demand is great enough we will open up appointments on Thursday as well

Monday thru Friday
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Regional Health Systems

Nonprofit
Head Start Consulting Services

COVID-19 Update: Regional Mental Health now has available Telehealth services for anyone experiencing anxiety, depression, or in need of any other services. We are remaining open and will still take walk in services. You can call our scheduling number at 219-769-4009. Our Behavioral Health Specialists provide case management services to children and families in the Head Start programs. They assist families to obtain community resources and any specialized needs the child may have within the Head Start program and/or in entering the public school system.

Please call 219-736-7182 for hours of operation.
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Regional Health Systems

Nonprofit
Homebuilders Program

COVID-19 Update: Regional Mental Health now has available Telehealth services for anyone experiencing anxiety, depression, or in need of any other services. We are remaining open and will still take walk in services. You can call our scheduling number at 219-769-4009. HOMEBUILDERS® is an evidence-based program designed to strengthen families in order to prevent unnecessary out-of-home placement or return children from foster care, group care, psychiatric hospitals, or correctional institutions. Families served by Regional Mental Health Center’s intensive, in-home, family therapy model have children in imminent risk of placement, or have children in placement whom cannot be reunified without intensive services. The presenting problems may include child abuse, neglect, family conflict, juvenile delinquency, and child or parental developmental disabilities and/or mental health problems. Services are provided in the home from 8-10 hours per week for a period of 4 weeks.

Please call 219-736-7182 for hours of operation.
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North Township Trustee

Government
Mental Health Services

Provides assistance with mental health services expenses through Regional Mental Health. Must be a North Township resident (Hammond, Whiting, Munster, Highland, East Chicago)

Monday - Friday
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National Alliance on Mental Illness - Lake County

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: No support groups will be held until further notice.

Please call 219-322-3233 for hours of operation.
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Northshore Health - Hammond

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: NorthShore Health Centers is open and operating under normal business hours. We are continuing to care for our patients. If you have a scheduled appointment at NorthShore Health Centers, please plan to keep this appointment unless you are experiencing symptoms like fever, cough, congestion, sore throat, runny nose or shortness of breath. If you are a patient who is experiencing these symptoms, please call our office at 219-962-9999. Counseling is being provided virtually at this time.

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Northshore Health - Lake Station

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: NorthShore Health Centers is open and operating under normal business hours. We are continuing to care for our patients. If you have a scheduled appointment at NorthShore Health Centers, please plan to keep this appointment unless you are experiencing symptoms like fever, cough, congestion, sore throat, runny nose or shortness of breath. If you are a patient who is experiencing these symptoms, please call our office at 219-962-9999. Individual counseling is being provided virtually.

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Northshore Health - Merrillville

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: NorthShore Health Centers is open and operating under normal business hours. We are continuing to care for our patients. If you have a scheduled appointment at NorthShore Health Centers, please plan to keep this appointment unless you are experiencing symptoms like fever, cough, congestion, sore throat, runny nose or shortness of breath. If you are a patient who is experiencing these symptoms, please call our office at 219-962-9999. Individual counseling is being provided virtually.

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Edgewater Health

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: Edgewater Health is restricting access to our facilities to patients and employees only! No visitors are allowed without an appointment, prior approval, or authorization. Anyone presenting with COVID-19 symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, high fever, or labored breathing will be required to wear a face mask. Everyone entering our facilities will be required to maintain social distancing protocols by remaining at least six feet apart. Please do not enter if you have traveled internationally within the last 14 days. Postpone your visit if you have recently had a fever or cough or have come in contact with anyone diagnosed with influenza or COVID-19 in the past 14 days.

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Franciscan Behavioral Health - Dyer

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: Call 800-763-7663 to schedule an appointment. This is not a crisis line. Screening, Sanitation & Restrictions: Franciscan Health locations have implemented visitor restrictions and are screening and monitoring patients, visitors and staff for symptoms as appropriate. We are also offering a free online risk assessment for COVID-19. For more information continue on to our official statement below, or view our Visitor Restrictions section for details in your area. Whether personal of family problems become overwhelming - just too big to handle alone - take the "first step" by calling our STEP ONE Consultation Services at (800) STEP-ONE (783-7663). Consultation Services is a community outreach program that: Provides no-cost, confidential assessments to determine what level of treatment would be the most beneficial to the individual Is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day Is available to anyone - business and industry representatives, law enforcement officials, school personnel, other mental health professionals, family members or the general public. After the initial consultation, a recommendation is made as to what level of treatment an individual will benefit the most.

Please call 219-783-7663 for hours of operation.
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Purdue University Northwest - Couple & Family Therapy Center

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to the worldwide outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, we are currently available for Telemental Health Therapy appointments only, at least through the month of May, unless otherwise declared. Our goal is to return to traditional face-to-face therapy appointments in the future. Counselors provide couple, family, and individual therapy to area residents and university students, faculty, and staff. Call for an appointment at 219-989-2027. Monday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Monday through Thursday
Friday
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Regional Health Systems - Merrillville

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: If you are not feeling well or have a fever and a cough, please reschedule any non-urgent appointments and remain home. At this time, we are not testing for COVID-19 (coronavirus). Most people with COVID-19 will develop mild symptoms and do not need to be tested. Futhermore, after guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and our administrative team, all non-urgent dental appointments and routine medical appointments (well visits, annual exam, lab visits, etc.) between March 16, 2020 and April 1, 2020 will be rescheduled. Call us at 219.769.4005 for further information or instructions. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room. Northwest Indiana's largest community mental health service counsels adults, teens and children in need of high quality, affordable mental and behavioral health services and/or substance abuse treatment.

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Regional Health Systems - Hammond - Hohman Ave

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: If you are not feeling well or have a fever and a cough, please reschedule any non-urgent appointments and remain home. At this time, we are not testing for COVID-19 (coronavirus). Most people with COVID-19 will develop mild symptoms and do not need to be tested. Futhermore, after guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and our administrative team, all non-urgent dental appointments and routine medical appointments (well visits, annual exam, lab visits, etc.) between March 16, 2020 and April 1, 2020 will be rescheduled. Call us at 219.769.4005 for further information or instructions. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.

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Regional Health Systems - Hammond - State St

Nonprofit
Mental/Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: If you are not feeling well or have a fever and a cough, please reschedule any non-urgent appointments and remain home. At this time, we are not testing for COVID-19 (coronavirus). Most people with COVID-19 will develop mild symptoms and do not need to be tested. Futhermore, after guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and our administrative team, all non-urgent dental appointments and routine medical appointments (well visits, annual exam, lab visits, etc.) between March 16, 2020 and April 1, 2020 will be rescheduled. Call us at 219.769.4005 for further information or instructions. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.

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Campagna Academy

PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITY (PRTF)

Campagna Academy's Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF), located in the Hope Center is a secure facility for males and females in need of intensive therapeutic treatment. Our PRTF has room for 48 kids that are age10-20. PRTF is designed to serve youth with severe emotional, behavioral, and psychological problems that need a highly structured therapeutic environment. Children often come to us suffering from stress, aggression towards themselves or others, anxiety and defiant behavior. Our PRTF is designed to help the child step down to a less structured treatment plan. Families with Indiana Medicaid can now refer their children for treatment without court involvement.

Please call 2193228614 for hours of operation.
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SAFE Coalition for Human Rights, NFP

Nonprofit
ROAR First Responder Support Helpline

First Responder Support Helpline please dial (219) 200-2003, prompt 2, ext 1 to speak to live help. Group Sessions: Every Wednesday 6 pm to 7:30 pm for support and resiliency training

Weekends
M-Friday
Mental Health Resources

Unity of Northwest Indiana

Church
Spiritual Counseling

Contact our church office at 219-931-5284 to schedule an appointment with our minister Rev. Geraldine Colvin.

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Sunday Worship Service
Sunday Worship Service
Children's Sunday School
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Regional Health Systems

Nonprofit
Telehealth Services

Telehealth services for anyone experiencing anxiety, depression, or in need of any other services. We are remaining open and will still take walk in services. Call our scheduling number at 219-769-4009.

Please call 219-736-7182 for hours of operation.
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Family House

Therapeutic Supervised Visitations (TSV)

COVID-19 UPDATE: Family House is closed until April 13 or as recommended by national or state protocol. Master Level therapists provide individual and family sessions. Court ordered services available. Private Pay or Sliding Scale. Call 219-464-4160 for more information or to schedule an orientation.

Please call 219-464-4160 for hours of operation.
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