Hancock County Mental Health and Wellness Resources
Are you a Hancock County Indiana resident searching for local mental health and wellness resources for yourself or a loved one? Mental illness can affect anyone. Just because we can’t always see it, doesn’t mean it’s not there.
When things get to be mentally or emotionally too much, it’s a great idea to talk to someone who is trained to help. The Healthy365 Support Navigators are here with a sympathetic ear and provide support and guidance to help you identify local resources and solutions for your specific needs and life situation, including:
- Stress and Anxiety Management
- Resources for Healthy Family Relationships
- Resources for Self-Care
- Local Mental Health Professionals
- Support Groups
- Local Resources for Hardships
- Career and Learning Opportunities
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN HANCOCK COUNTY
Since 2018, Healthy365 and Hancock Health have made great strides in identifying gaps in mental health and substance abuse services and programs. Additionally, we are working to normalize the mental health and substance abuse dialogue within our community. Over the last few years and thanks to generous donations, we’ve been able to add and fund the following:
- Rise Above It, an annual emotional health & wellness event
- QPR, local suicide prevention training
- 5-2-1-0, local fitness & nutrition education
- Bring Change to Mind Clubs at area schools
- Additional Social Workers
- Additional Support Navigators
Hancock County Mental Health Campaign
IT’S TIME TO OPEN UP ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE IN HANCOCK COUNTY.
We are proud of the strides we’ve made, but Hancock County still desperately needs additional professional services and support programs to address the growing mental illness and substance abuse problems in our community. Along with the Hancock Health Foundation, we are raising $3.5 million to fund critical support and resources for our community.
Together, we can increase treatment options, spread awareness, enhance capacity, and improve rapid access for those suffering from mental health and substance abuse issues.