ADDICTION PROGRAMS - Find a meeting

12-Step Expectations

Expectations

  • Expect to feel welcomed and at home.

  • Do not mention your drug or drink of choice.

  • When sharing, try to stick to talking about yourself only. You can do this by using ‘I’ statements.

  • It is encouraged that you talk about your experience, your strength, and your hope.

  • Try talking to someone after the meeting. It might feel uncomfortable at first, but this is a great way to make friends and find a potential sponsor.

  • Ask someone about sponsorship.

  • Get a phone list and plan to call someone on that list if you feel like using or drinking.

  • Remember that not everyone has the same story as you, but they are there for the same purpose.

  • Remember to take it one day at a time.

Treatment Terms

Treatment Terms

  • Anonymity - Remaining anonymous in a group setting.

  • Anonymous - An individual who chooses to not be identified by name.

  • Autonomous - A group of people able to control its own affairs

  • Burning Desires - A time to share off the topic of discussion chosen, but still pertains to recovery.

  • Cross Talk - Commenting directly to another person during the meeting or interrupting them while they’re sharing. When sharing try to stick to talking about yourself, only. You can do this by using ‘I’ statements. It is encouraged that you talk about your experience, your strength, and your hope.

  • Discussion Meeting - A meeting in which a topic is chosen, and attendees are able to share their experience, strength, and hope as it pertains to the topic of discussion.

  • Speaker Meeting - A meeting that is not led by discussion. One person will speak during the meeting in which they will share their story of their own personal recovery. This speaker should tell what happened and what it’s like for them in recovery now.

AGENCIES THAT PROVIDE ADDICTION SUPPORT

Uber offers FREE rides to and from treatment facilities for those who DO NOT receive Medicaid or HIP

If you DO receive Medicaid and HIP, call the number on the back of your insurance card and ask about transportation such as MediCab to a treatment facility

Adult & Child (Franklin)

(317) 346-2000

  • 1860 Northwood Plaza, Franklin, IN 46131

Regular Office Hours:

  • Mon: 8am-7pm, Tues-Fri: 8am-6pm

Open Access Hours:

  • Mon, Tues, Thurs: 8am-12pm

What they provide:

  • Serve all ages

  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

  • Care is provided from a team\

  • Outpatient treatment

  • Group Therapy

  • Medication Intervention

Payment Options:

  • Medicaid

  • Private Insurance

  • Private Pay

  • Sliding Scale

Alpha Omega Elevation (Greenwood)

(317) 300-4091

  • 1700 Smith Valley Road Suite C-1, Greenwood, IN 46142

Hours:

  • Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm

  • Sat and Sun: 8am-7pm

What they provide:

  • Serves all ages

  • Substance abuse counseling

  • Faith-based counseling

  • Medication intervention

Payment Options:

  • *Does NOT accept insurance

  • $300 per month for services

Creative Counseling (Franklin)

(317) 738-0515

  • 550 E. Jefferson St, Suite 101, Franklin, IN 46131

AM Group:

  • Tue, Wed, Thurs: 9am-11am

PM Group:

  • Mon, Wed, Thurs: 6pm-8pm

Women’s Group:

  • Tue: 11am-1pm

What they provide:

  • Serve all ages ??

  • Substance abuse assessments

  • Individual therapy

  • Group therapy

  • Psychoeducational classes

  • Anger management

  • 12-step yoga

  • Problem gambling

Payment Options:

  • Sliding Scale

  • Private Pay

  • Initial Assessment: $60

Fairbanks Hospital- Hope Academy (Indianapolis)

1 (800) 225-4673

  • 8102 Clearvista Parkway, Indianapolis, IN 46256

Hours:

  • Mon-Fri: 8am-9pm

  • Sat and Sun: 8am-5pm

What they provide:

  • Ages 13+

  • Intensive outpatient (IOP)

  • Supportive living

  • Long-term residential programs

  • Detox

  • Dual-diagnosis

  • 12-step program

  • Discharge planning

Belongings List:

Payment Options:

  • Private Pay

  • Private Insurances

  • Medicare

  • Medicaid

  • Patient Financial Assistance Programs

Specific Treatment Programs:

  • Origins: Treating Women with Trauma and Addiction: This specifically addresses trauma in females that is co-occurring with the disease of addiction.

  • Star Behavioral Health: Fairbanks partners with the Indiana National Guard and Community Health Network to provide treatment to service members who have substance abuse disorders.

  • Hope Academy: Fairbanks offers a recovery high school known as Hope Academy. This is tuition-free charter school in Indianapolis that provides a supportive environment to maintain sobriety while also receiving a Core 40 high school diploma.

  • Odyssey: For Young Men Ages 19-24: This is a highly structured program also designed to add self-direction for young men that are just launching into adulthood. This includes all levels of care along with group therapy.

Reach For Youth (Greenwood)

(317) 788-4451

  • 435 E. Main St., Suite 100, Greenwood, IN 46143

Hours:

  • Mon, Tue, Thurs: 9am-7pm

What they provide:

  • Serves ages 7-18

  • Substance abuse treatment

  • Medication intervention

  • Services for children, youth, and adolescents

Payment Options:

  • Private Insurance

  • Medicaid

  • Sliding Scale

  • Private Pay

Salvation Army - Harbor Light Center (Indianapolis)

(317) 972-1450

  • 2400 N Tibbs Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46222

Hours:

  • Open 24/7

What they provide:

  • Ages 18+

  • Detox

  • Residential treatment

  • Intensive outpatient (IOP)

  • Transitional housing

  • Gambling treatment

Payment Options:

  • Sliding Scale

  • Private Pay

  • Traditional Medicaid ONLY (for transitional housing only)

Serenity Counseling (Greenwood)

(317) 883-4749

  • 432 S. Emerson Ave, Greenwood, IN 46142

AM Group:

  • Tue, Wed, Thurs: 9am-11am

PM Group:

  • Mon, Wed, Thurs: 6pm-8pm

What they provide:

  • Serve all ages

  • Substance abuse assessments

  • Individual therapy

  • Group therapy

  • Psychoeducational classes

  • Anger management

  • 12-step yoga

  • Problem gambling

Payment Options:

  • Sliding Scale

  • Private Pay

  • Initial Assessment: $60

Tara Treatment Center (Franklin)

(812) 562-2611

  • 6231 US 31 South, Franklin, IN 46131

What they provide:

  • Ages 18+

  • Men and women are in separate facilities

  • Detox

  • 12-step program

  • Residential treatment

  • Intensive outpatient (IOP)

  • Discharge planning

  • Medication intervention

Hours:

  • Mon-Fri: 8am-4pm

Must complete a phone intake before being admitted

Walk-in admissions are NOT accepted

Belongings List:

Payment Options:

  • Medicaid/HIP

  • Private Insurance

  • Private Pay

  • Contracted with DCS

Valle Vista Health Systems (Greenwood)

(317) 883-5330 or 1-(800)-447-1348

*Assessment hotline: 1-(800) 397-9978

  • 898 E. Main St., Greenwood, IN 46143

What they provide:

  • Ages 18+

  • Intensive outpatient (IOP)

  • Inpatient treatment (3-7 days)

  • Partial hospitalization

  • Detox

  • Dual-diagnosis

  • Group therapy

  • Individual therapy

  • Medication intervention

Hours:

  • Open 24/7

Belongings List:

Payment Options:

  • Most Private Insurance

  • Medicaid/HIP

  • Medicare

  • Private Pay

  • Out of pocket detox is $4,250

WEBSITES

Alcohol & Substance Abuse

Johnson County AA Hotline

  • Call this number for meeting information or if you need to talk to someone in the program. They DO offer rides to meetings.

  • Call (317) 632-7864

  • http://www.aa.org

Johnson County NA Hotline

  • Call this number for meeting info or if you need to talk to someone in the program. They do NOT offer rides to meetings.

  • Call (317) 875-5459

  • http://www.na.org

NAR-ANON

AL-ANON

Next Level Recovery

Indiana Addiction Hotline

  • (800) 662-4357

Naloxone 101

Naloxone Provider

SAMHSA’s National Helpline (Substance Abuse)

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) national helpline offers confidential treatment referrals in both English and Spanish to people with mental health conditions, substance use disorders, or both.

Partnership for a Healthier Johnson County

This is a list of local community agencies for public knowledge, they are not endorsed or specifically recommended by the professional staff of the Franklin Community School Corporation.