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    Indiana

    Services
    Clinical evaluation to determine severity of substance use disorder and appropriate treatment
    Counseling provided by a licensed clinician or counselor
    Mental health services for psychiatric and behavioral conditions including, or other than, substance use disorders, ie depression and anxiety
    Treatment with the use of medications to help normalize brain chemistry, block the euphoric effects of drugs and relieve cravings
    A medical practitioner specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness
    Services for family of the affected individuals
    Programs where the religious beliefs held by the organization are an integral part of treatment and recovery
    Program providing sterile syringes and health education
    Training to administer Naloxone, an opioid reversal medication
    Recovery services for treatment program alumni
    Treatment Programs
    Requires at least one overnight stay in a facility while being treated
    Treatment in a clinic setting without staying overnight
    9+ hrs of treatment/wk for adults; 6+ hours for adolescents (IOP)
    Patient visits facility for 20+ hours of treatment/wk (PHP)
    A live-in treatment facility
    Treatment with medications and counseling for Opioids (OTP)
    A process in which one abstains from or rids the body of toxic or unhealthy substances
    Recovery Resources
    Free, peer support provided in a community setting.
    Provides mentorship, coaching, and connection to others in recovery
    Therapeutic activities to support recovery
    Local nonprofits that support recovery through services, education and outreach
    Living environments that promote abstinence-based, long-term recovery
    Designed to support students in recovery
    Designed to support collegiate students in recovery
    Web-based recovery support
    Community services that focus on supporting those in recovery
    Medications
    Medication for opioid use disorder provided by opioid treatment providers (OTP)
    Medication for opioid use disorder provided by trained physicians. Brand names: Suboxone, Subutex, Buprenex, Probuphine, Bunavil, Zubsolv
    Medication to treat opioid and alcohol use disorder. Brand name: Vivitrol, Revia
    Medication to reverse opioid overdoses. Brand name: Narcan
    Common medications: Acamprosate, Disulfiram, Antabuse, Campral, Librium, Naltrexone
    Patients
    People ages 18 or older
    Typically refers to people ages 12 to 17
    Exclusive to women
    Exclusive to men
    Services for male and female clients at the same institution
    Provides care in a language other than English
    Geared toward women who are pregnant or have recently given birth
    Geared toward or exclusive to veterans
    Geared toward or exclusive to Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex clients
    These programs are geared toward or exclusive to people who are Deaf or hard of hearing
    Geared towards or exclusive to American Indian and Alaska Native clients
    Payments
    Medicaid is a joint-funded Federal-State health insurance programs. Medicaid programs may have state-specific names
    Non-public insurance coverage/plans
    A billing method used to pay cash for services. May be classified as "out-of-pocket" expenses or "private pay."
    Sliding fee based on income or household size. Contact facility for details