Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.
MGH Cares: Indiana Addiction HotlineNonprofit
The Grant County Substance Abuse Task Force consists of 125 people and 30 agencies, all of whom are very busy trying to make a difference on the substance abuse front. Positive changes have occurred in Grant County including a partnership between Grant-Blackford Mental Health, Inc. (GBMH), the Grant County Jail and MGH. This program initiates substance treatment and counseling with inmates while they are incarcerated to prevent relapse when they are released into the community. Marion Community Schools has taken on a student liaison to attend juvenile court with students in hopes of identifying issues that may be revolving around or eventually lead to substance abuse. James Luttrell, Grant County Prosecutor, gave a detailed explanation of the Family Recovery Court to address the common problem of multi-generational substance abuse and the ripple effect that can engulf the entire family. Also, Judge Dana Kenworthy was recently recognized by the state for her team’s work in this area in creating a national model.
Milestone Addiction ServiceHelpline
24-hour crisis line at 765 662-3971 services for addition include gambling as well as drug, prevention of relapse, behavior change and referral services.
116 E 32nd St
Marion, IN 46953
Recovery Starts HereHelpline
24-hour support and referrals to group meetings for alchol treatment services.
Hope House Marion
Our mission is to set the highest standard of care to enable personal growth by discovering a new of way of life by embracing a 12-step, Christ-based solution to conquering substance use disorders. Our purpose is to provide safe, structured, and stable environments for men and women recovering from the disease of addiction. Our values: 1) We believe we are ALL stewards of our mission; 2) We are mission focused and fiscally responsible; 3) We are open, honest, and willing to grow; 4) We believe we are not alone and cannot do this alone; and, 5) We believe we are an asset to the recovery community.
316 West 4th Street
Marion, IN 46953
Provides mindfulness centering techniques and yoga training used to reduce relapse and used in recovery training.
Grant County Rescue MissionNonprofit
Offering Life Changing Hope through the Restoring Power of Jesus Christ. Thanks to generous public support, all of our services (meals, shelter, addiction recovery, and transitional housing) for people who are poor or homeless are provided free of charge at the Mission’s main location (423 S. Gallatin St., Marion). A hot meal means so much to a man or woman who might have gone days without food. Often, it’s that first meal at the Mission that leads a hurting person to a new life in our recovery programs. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner—more than 65,000 meals a year—are served 365 days a year to anyone in need.
Family & Social Services Administration (FSSA)Government
Family & Social Services Administration compassionately serves Hoosiers of all ages and connects them with social services, health care, and their communities.
Premier Care MarionHealthcare
Methadone, opioid, treatments center and service for individuals that need help who are in danger of relapse.
Drug & Alcohol Treatment Referral HotlineHelpline
24-hr confidential referral services and also provides training for organizations and individuals, and resources for such groups, that provide substance abuse teatment to others.
Valle Vista Health SystemBusiness
Since 1983, Valle Vista Health System, located in Greenwood, Indiana, has been providing high-quality behavioral health care to the community. We offer care for a broad range of psychiatric and addiction disorders. We provide care to adults, and to patients as young as age twelve. Our programs include inpatient, outpatient and medication-assisted treatment for adults, and residential and inpatient treatment for children and adolescents. These programs are designed to help adults, children and teens learn the necessary skills to regain confidence, heal and successfully function at home, work, school and in their communities.
898 E Main St.
Greenwood, IN 46143