The Healthy365 Connection Center is a free and confidential service available to all Hancock County residents. We are here to help residents navigate life’s mental health and substance misuse challenges by connecting residents to available local resources. However, there are still many people who aren’t familiar with what we offer.
Frequently asked questions
Let’s answer some frequently asked questions about the Healthy365 Connection Center so more people can take advantage of our services.
What does the Healthy365 Connection Center do?
The Healthy365 Connection Center is a department of Hancock Health that focuses on the whole-body wellness of Hancock County residents. We place a special focus on mental health and substance misuse issues. When you’re dealing with a mental health or substance misuse problem, you may not know where to turn. Instead of blindly searching on your own, you can work with the Healthy365 Connection Center to find local resources for healthcare, treatment, therapy, and basic needs. We also offer training and events designed to promote wellness in our community.
How can I access your services?
We’re glad you asked. You can reach the Healthy365 Connection Center at 317-468-4231. Or, stop by the office at 120 W. McKenzie Road, Suite G, Greenfield, IN during regular business hours.
Is the Healthy365 Connect Center a crisis center?
While we are capable of getting someone in crisis connected to help, we are NOT a crisis center, nor are we available 24/7. We recommend that individuals experiencing a crisis call 911, 988 or Community Fairbanks Behavior Health at 317-621-5700.
What sort of classes or support groups do you offer?
The Healthy365 Connection Center offers several classes and groups designed to support and educate residents about mental health and substance misuse concerns:
- CRAFT Support Group is based on the Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) model. CRAFT is a 16-week curriculum-based program that helps families of individuals struggling with substance misuse. This program helps families identify triggers, develop positive communication techniques and help their loved ones engage in recovery. If you want to know if this is the right fit for you, call our office.
- QPR training can save someone’s life during a suicidal crisis situation. QPR stands for “Question, Persuade and Refer.” This class can help participants recognize signs of self-harm and suicidal ideation. To register, visit www.behealthy365.org/services/qpr/ .
Do the Healthy365 Connection Center offer individual therapy services?
Our support navigators will help connect individuals to appropriate local therapy providers. However, we do not provide individual therapy services.
Can you help professionals like doctors or law enforcement officers deal with stressful situations?
The Healthy365 Connection Center is the hub for the Hancock County Critical Incident Stress Management team. This team is trained to respond to traumatic events by providing supportive discussions and debriefings to groups and individuals who witness a traumatic event.
What is RISE Recovery and Wellness?
RISE stands for Resilience, Individualized care in a Safe Space, and Empowerment. RISE Recovery and Wellness is a Hancock Health program designed for individuals who are struggling with both substance misuse and co-occurring mental illnesses. Services include individual and group therapy, case management and medication-assisted treatment.
What is the Rise Above It event?
Rise Above It is different from RISE. The Healthy365 Connection Center hosts an annual Rise Above It event to help bring mental health awareness to our community. Although the event is often held at a local school, it is designed for everyone, not just the families of that school. This fun event includes self-care stations, mental health information and educational materials to help people become familiar with mental health and substance misuse concerns.
How can I find out more?
You can read all about the Healthy365 Connection Center on our website. Or, give us a call at 317-468-4231 so we can answer any questions for you. You’re not alone. Let us help you on this journey.