Mental Health Resources

Take Care Of Your Mental Health 

While it’s important to take care of others, it’s critical that you are also taking care of yourself. Get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air—go for a hike, ride a bike, fly a kite, and unplug in nature. Find other activities that you can do while practicing social distancing.

If you or a loved one need mental health support, find resources below. If you have immediate concerns or are in danger, call 911.

Find a list of therapists in the Fishers area.

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Resources

For Everyone

Online Counseling (Telemental Health)

  • Talk Space
    • Get an Assessment - Chat with a matching therapist to identify your therapy needs.
    • Choose the Right Plan - Choose a payment plan that suits your budget. Plans start at $65/wk.
    • Find Your Match - We’ll help you find the best therapist for you.
    • Begin therapy - Start messaging your primary therapist anytime, anywhere.
  • BetterHelp
    • Answer a few questions about yourself and the challenges you’re currently facing.
    • Create a private username and password to get access to the system
    • Enter payment information. Plans start at $40/week and you can apply for financial aid.
    • Based on your needs, we’ll match you with a qualified licensed professional counselor. If you are not satisfied, you can switch at any time.
    • Begin the counseling process in any way that you want: text, phone or video.

Finding Treatment for Mental Illness and/or Substance Abuse Disorder

Teens

  • Have Hope: Teen suicide prevention resources. Partnership between Community Health Network and WTHR-TV Channel 13.  
    • TEXT “IN” TO 741741 or CALL 800.273.8255

Children

Resource for Treatment Providers Regarding Caraing for Patient’s  Emotional Well-Being

Outreach to the Hispanic/Latinx Community