Counseling Resources

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Learn about additional counseling resources.

Please remember to check with your IU-sponsored medical plan administrator to determine coverage and provider network eligibility, when using mental health and substance abuse resources outside of Indiana University. 

National and Statewide

  • SupportLinc Employee Assistance Program is a voluntary program that provides professional, confidential counseling to assist IU employees and their household family members when day-to-day activities are interrupted by stress. Common reasons to use SupportLinc services include: Depression, Stress and anxiety, Conflict in the workplace, Drug and alcohol abuse, Family and marital problems, Grief and loss. Learn more »
  • LiveHealth Online - As a member of the IU Anthem medical plan, members have the option to receive counseling services online. Similar to an office visit, providers are prepared to assess your condition, offer a treatment plan, and if applicable, send prescriptions to a pharmacy of your choosing.
  • Text "Connect" to 741-741 for trained crisis counselors about anything on your mind (i.e. stressed, depressed, lonely, sad, anxious, etc.) Free, 24/7, Confidential, & Nationwide.
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline:  1-800-273-8255
  • Turning Point offers 24-hour telephone (1-800-221-6311) crisis intervention for male and female victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault throughout Indiana. 
  • CancerCare provides free individual and group support for anyone affected by cancer (nationally via telephone or online). Call 1-800-813-HOPE (4673) for more information.
  • Cigna's Veteran Support Line will help all veterans, their families and caregivers with services and resources for pain management and substance use counseling and treatment. Services are provided whether or not the veteran is a Cigna customer. Call 1-855-244-6211 for more information. 
  • Cigna's Mindfulness for Vet's Program is specifically designed for all veterans, to provide training in mindful stress management, acceptance and compassion. The telephonic program will be available every Tuesday at 5 pm ET at 1-866-205-5379 (passcode 113 29 178).  The minfulness sessions for all veterans, their caregivers and families take place every Monday and Thursday at 6 pm ET and every Wednesday at 8:30 pm ET at 1-866-205-5379 (passcode 113 01 992).

Area-Specific

  • IU Bloomington

    Center for Human Growth (CHG): counseling services at a reduced rate

    IU Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Clinic: evaluations and treatment for depression and anxiety for adolescents and adults at no cost

    IU Health - Behavioral Health: wide range of options to treat mental health concerns. Call (812) 353-5010 if patient is actively suicidal, homicidal, detoxing or psychotic. Call (812) 353-3450 for all other cases and additional information. IU Health Adult Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program

    CAPS: Counseling and Psychological Services for IUB students

    Centerstone: walk-in crisis, outpatient, psychiatric consultation, evaluation, and medication management

    Bloomington VA Mental Health Clinic - Call (812) 349-4406 for more information or assistance

    Mental Health America, Monroe County: search local mental health providers and support groups

  • IUPUI

    IU Health - Behavioral Health offers a wide range of options to treat mental health concerns.

    Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides counseling service to IUPUI students.  Call (317) 274-2548 for more information or assistance.

    IU School of Medicine (IUSM) Mental Health Services offers mental health and personal counseling services for MD Students, Residents and Fellows on every IUSM campus.  Call (317) 278-2383 for more information and assistance.

    Eskenazi Health Midtown Community Mental Health - Call (317) 880-8491 for more information or assistance.

    Department of Veteran Affairs Readjustment Counseling Services provides a wide range of mental health services for eligible Veterans, Service members and their families. Call the Indy Vet Center at (317) 988-1604 for more information and assistance.

    Families First provides mental health counseling, education, crisis intervention and other support.  Call (317) 634-6341 for more information or assistance.

    Adult and Child Center - Provides an Open Access clinic for quicker, easier access to their behavioral health services.  For more information, call 1-877-882-5122.

  • IU East

    Centerstone Richmond outpatient services provides mental health care for children, teens and adults. Call (765) 983-8000 for more information or assistance.  Experiencing a crisis?  Call the Crisis Hotline at 800-832-5442.

    IU East Counseling Services provides confidential, free, brief counseling services to students and immediate family members.  For more information, call (765) 973-8646.

    Department of Veterans Affairs Readjustment Counseling Services provides a wide range of mental health services for eligible Veterans, Service members and their families. Call (937) 461-9150 for more information or assistance.

  • IU Kokomo

    The Office of Counseling and Psychological Services provides comprehensive mental health services to all students, as well as the campus community.

    Four County Counseling Center offers mental health counseling and addictions recovery services for children and adults. 

    Department of Veteran Affairs Readjustment Counseling Services provides a wide range of mental health services for eligible Veterans, Service members and their families. Call the Indy Vet Center at (317) 988-1604 for more information and assistance.

    Screening and Self Help

  • IU Northwest

    Edgewater Health provides comprehensive behavioral healthcare services for individuals and their families in northwest Indiana. Contact the 24/7 Crisis Hotline (219) 885-4264 for immediate assistance.  Edgewater's Rapid Access Center provides immediate response to adult individuals experiencing a psychiatric crisis.

    Crisis Center, Inc. provides counseling for community clients who need to talk about individual, couple or family concerns.  The initial intake appointment is at no cost to the client. Call (219) 938-7070 for more information and assistance.

    Crisis Contact is a free crisis, listening, information and referral service. Call (219) 938-0900 for more information and assistance.

    IU Northwest Counseling Services provides students access to a wide range of treatment services, screening tools, and referrals to outside resources as needed.  Call (219) 980-6741 for more information and assistance.

    Department of Veteran Affairs Readjustment Counseling Services provides a wide range of mental health services for eligible Veterans, Service members and their families. Call (219) 739-5633 for more information and assistance.

    Capital City Family Education Services provides goal-oriented therapy in the natural environment of families who need assistance recovering from physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse and neglect. Call (219) 756-1500 for more information and assistance.

    Regional Health Systems Mental Health Center works exclusively with adults who need mental or behavioral health services.  Call the 24 hour crisis line at (219) 736-7200.

  • IU South Bend

    Beacon Health Systems Memorial Epworth Center provides mental health care for adolescents (ages 13 to 17) and adults ages 18 and older. Open 24/7/365, including holidays. Inpatient Appointments and Psychiatric Emergency Services: (574) 647-8400.

    Oaklawn Services provides a full range of mental health services for children, adolescents and adults in Elkhart (call: 574-533-1234) and St. Joseph counties (call: 574-283-1234).

    Department of Veteran Affairs Readjustment Counseling Services provide a wide range of mental health services for eligible Veterans, Service members and their families. Call (574) 231-8480 for more information.

    IUSB Student Counseling Center provides confidential, free counseling services and crisis intervention.  Call (574) 520-4125 to make an appointment.

    Michiana Behavioral Health provides personalize care through a mix of acute and residential programs to address the mental health needs of children, adolescents, and adults. Call (574) 936-3784 for more information or assistance.

  • IU Southeast

    Clark Memorial Behavioral Health Services offers treatment for adults in Jeffersonville and surrounding areas.  24-Hour Crisis Hotline: (812) 283-2811

    Baptist Health Louisville offers a comprehensive program of treatment options for persons with behavioral health concerns in both inpatient and outpatient setting. Call 24/7/365 at 800-478-1105 for more information and assistance.

    Wellstone Regional Hospital provides inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient mental health services for children starting at 4 years, adolescents, adults and seniors.  Call 24/7/365 at 812-284-8000 for more information and assistance.

    New Hope Services provides Behavior Management Services that support individuals to use positive strategies to decrease the occurrence of unwanted behaviors. Call (812) 288-8248 for more information and assistant

    IU Southeast Personal Counseling Services are available to all IUS Students (part or full time) at no fee. Call (812) 941-2244 to make an appointment.

    Department of Veteran Affairs Readjustment Counseling Services provide a wide range of mental health services for eligible Veterans, Service members and their families. Call (859) 253-0717 for more information.

  • IUPUC

    Centerstone: walk-in crisis, outpatient, psychiatric consultation, evaluation, and medication management. Call (812)314-3400 for more information.

    Family Service, Inc. involves the provision of individual, marital, family, and/or group therapy/counseling to address a wide range of mental health concerns. Call (812) 372-5367 for more information.

    Turning Point provides prevention and intervention services for male and female victims of domestic violence. Call 1-800-221-6311 for immediate assistance.

  • IU Fort Wayne

    Park Center is a comprehensive behavioral health provider offering services in Allen, Adams and Wells counties in Indiana. Call (260) 481-2700 or (260) 481-2800 for additional information.

    Headwaters Counseling provides outpatient counseling services for persons who have behavioral health needs or are at risk of harmful involvement with alcohol or other drugs. Call (260) 744-4326 for additional information.

    Purdue University Fort Wayne Community Counseling Center offers free individual, couple, marriage, and family counseling services. Call (260) 481-5405 for more information.

    Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services offers outpatient treatment for adults and youth experiencing a mental health concerns. Call (800) 342-5652.

    Veteran Affairs Northern Indiana Health Care System provides inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health care. Call (800) 360-8387 ext. 71620.