Hancock County Substance Abuse Resources

Hancock County is facing a number of pressing health issues in its community including addiction, mental health, and the cost of healthcare. The Support Navigators at Healthy365 want to provide you with our free services to help alleviate your suffering and find solutions to these challenges by partnering in your healing.

If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, we can assist in assessing needs and finding a local behavioral health provider, resource, or program that best serves your well-being.

To tell whether you, or someone you know, has a problem with the abuse of alcohol, prescription or illegal drugs, check for these signs:
  • Loss of control: engaging in behavior more or for longer than intended
  • Neglecting family, friends, and other interests
  • Decreased attendance or performance at work or school
  • Risk-taking
  • Relationship and anger issues
  • Secrecy, including unexplained injuries or accidents
  • Changing appearance: especially a serious decrease in cleanliness or hygiene
  • Family history of addiction
  • Tolerance: getting less of a reaction from the same amount of a substance or behavior
  • Withdrawal: physical symptoms experienced when substances wear off
  • Continued use despite negative consequences
    • Blackouts or temporary memory loss
    • Regular arguments or fights with family members or friends
    • Irritability, depression, or mood swings
    • Continually drinking alcohol to relax, to cheer up, to sleep, to deal with problems, or to feel “normal”
    • Unpleasant symptoms when one stops drinking: headache, anxiety, insomnia, or nausea
    • Drinking alone, in the mornings, or in secret
    • Physical symptoms, including flushed skin or broken capillaries on the face, a husky voice, trembling or shaking, bloody or black stools, vomiting blood, or chronic diarrhea


There are many different approaches to treating substance abuse, but most include three basic phases: detoxification, counseling and aftercare support. The best treatment option for you will vary depending on the specifics of your addiction and life situation. Some common treatment programs include:

    • Residential treatment centers offer a break from the stress and temptations of daily life
    • Outpatient treatment centers provide support while remaining in a home environment
    • Dual-diagnosis centers for patients with mental health problems as well as addiction
    • Teen treatment centers can address the specific needs in younger patients
    • Women’s drug abuse treatment centers focus on the complications that may accompany substance abuse in women, such as domestic violence or history of abuse



Thomas Catholic Church

500 S. Merrill Street

Forville, IN

Phone: 317-485-5101

Greenfield Christian Church

23 N East St.

Greenfield, IN

Phone: 317-462-6348

Amity United Methodist

6042 W 100 N

Greenfield, IN 46140

Greenfield, IN

Cross of Grace
Lutheran Church

3519 S 600 West

New Palestine, IN

Phone: 317-861-0977

Grupo Libertad

7981 Plummer Street

Lawrence, IN


supporting those who have loved ones with addiction

Bradley United Methodist

210 W Main St

Greenfield, IN

Phone: 317-462-2662

Amity United Methodist

6042 W 100 N

Greenfield, IN 46140

Phone: 317-894-3047

The Way Out Club

226 Cherry St

Greenfield, IN


for teens struggling with the effects of someone else’s drinking

Trinity Lutheran Church

8540 E 16th St

Indianapolis, IN

Phone: 317-897-0243

Ascension St. Vincent Anderson Center

2210 Jackson St

Anderson, IN

Phone: 765-646-0444


inpatient and outpatient treatment centers, for more details, see our blog

American Addiction Centers

8530 Township Line Rd

Indianapolis, IN

Phone: 317-752-8945


Ascension St. Vincent Anderson Center

2210 Jackson St.

Anderson, IN 46016

Phone: 765-646-8444

Ascension St. Vincent Stress Center

8401 Harcourt Rd

Indianapolis IN 46260

Phone: 317-338-4600

Bridges of Hope

2200 Madison Square

Anderson, IN 46011

Phone: 765-643-0121

Fairbanks Recovery Center

8102 Clearvista Parkway

Indianapolis, IN 46256

Phone: 317-849-8222

Toll-free: 800-225-4675

Harbor Light Center (Salvation Army)

2400 N. Tibbs Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46222

Phone: 317-972-1450

Hickory House

5486 W. US Highway 40

Greenfield, IN 46140

Phone: 317-434-5375

IU Behavioral Health

1701 N Senate St

Indianapolis, IN 46202

Phone: 317-962-2622

LifeSpring Recovery Campus

1036 Sharon Dr

Jeffersonville, Indiana

Phone: 812-283-7116

Options Behavioral Health

5602 Caito Dr.

Indianapolis, IN 46226

Toll-free: 800-432-1114

Phone: 317-544-4340

Recovery Works

2060 State Road 1 North

Cambridge City, Indiana

Phone: 765-478-5395

Regional Mental Health Center

1441 E 84th Pl

Merrillville, Indiana

Phone: 219-769-4005

Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center

3171 N Meridian St.

Indianapolis IN 46202

Phone: 317-941-5003

Tara Treatment Center

6231 South US 31

Franklin, IN 46131

Toll-free: 800-397-9978

Fax: 812-526-9949

Valle Vista Health System

898 East Main St.

Greenwood, IN 46143

Toll-free: 800-447-1348

Phone: 317-887-1348

Wheeler Mission

205 East New York Street

Indianapolis, IN 46204

Phone: 317-635-3575


The Landing

18 West South Street

Greenfield, IN

Trinity Lutheran Church

8540 East 16th Street

Indianapolis, IN

Phone: 317-897-0243

Saint Lawrence
Catholic Church

6944 East 46th Street

Indianapolis, IN

Phone: 765-288-9223


Indianapolis Intergroup Inc. Alcoholics Anonymous

1915 W. 18th St.

Indianapolis, IN 46202

Phone: 317-632-7864

Brandywine Community Church Celebrate Recovery

1551 E New Road

Greenfield, IN 46140

Phone: 317-462-4777

Brookville Road Community Church Celebrate Recovery

7480 West US 52

New Palestine, IN 46163

Phone: 317-861-3880

Outlook Christian Church Celebrate Recovery

6531 N 600 W

McCordsville, IN 46055

Phone: 317-335-6815

The Way Out Club

226 Cherry St.

Greenfield, IN 46140

Phone: 317-468-0082

Vineyard Community Church at Mt. Comfort

1672 N. 600 W.

Greenfield, IN 46140

James Hage: 317-894-3280


Chemical Dependency Outpatient Program Group Therapy

98 E. North St., Floor 2

Greenfield, IN 46140

Phone: 317-462-3733

Community Behavioral Health Services

145 Green Meadows Dr, Suite 1

Greenfield, IN 46140

Phone: 317-621-5719

Salvation Army Harbor Light

2400 N. Tibbs Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46222

Phone: 317-972-1450

St. Vincent Madison County Health St. John’s
Anderson Center

2210 Jackson St.

Anderson, IN 46016

Phone: 765-646-8444

SMART Recovery

801 N. State St.

Greenfield, IN 46140

Call Betsy at 317-626-7719

The Landing

18 W. South St.

Greenfield, IN 46140

Phone: 317-525-7791


Hancock Counseling & Psychiatric Services

120 W McKenzie Road

Greenfield, IN

Phone: 317-468-6200

The Jane Pauley Community Health Center

1107 N State St.

Greenfield, IN

Phone: 317-477-5263

Families First

98 E North St.

Greenfield, IN

Phone: 317-462-3733

2021 Mental Health Campaign

Hancock County desperately needs professional services and support programs to address the growing mental illness and substance use problems in our community. To that end, our Hancock Health Foundation is raising $3.5 million to fund critical support and resources for our community.

Healthy365 means keeping health in mind at home, at work, and at school—and making all our days in Hancock County bright and full of life. So get involved, be informed, and help us make Hancock the healthiest county in Indiana.