ADVOCACY & SUPPORT

About the Central Indiana Comprehensive Recovery Addiction Center

Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center at Eskenazi Health and Community Health Network Behavioral Health Services have collaborated to create the Central Indiana Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Center (CARC). This initiative will work with a wide network of area agencies to provide a full continuum of care for adults 18 and older who are diagnosed with substance use disorder (SUD), opioid use disorder (OUD), or are dually diagnosed with a primary diagnosis of SUD or OUD and are also in need of treatment for mental illness.  The geographic area to be served is Marion County.  The goal is for the Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Center to be a fully certified CARC under Senate Enrolled Act 33 as of June 30, 2020.

Treatment Resources

The Central Indiana CARC partners with many community treatment providers.  The following is a list of some of the key providers:

  • Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center at Eskenazi Health
  • Community Health Network Behavioral Health Services
  • Fairbanks Hospital of Indianapolis
  • Options
  • Dove House
  • Pathway to Recovery
  • Volunteers of America of Central Indiana

Peer Support

  • Narcotics Anonymous of Central Indiana
  • Alcoholics Anonymous of Central Indiana
  • Indiana Al-Anon
  • Indiana Issues Addictions Coalition
  • Smart Recovery
  • Celebrate Recovery

State Policies

A recognized area of need within the State of Indiana is a full continuum of care throughout the state for individuals with a substance use disorder (SUD).  With the passing of Indiana Senate Enrolled Act 33, the Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) has been give the ability to establish a designation for Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Centers (CARC).  There will be a designated CARC in the three regions of the state: Northern, Central and Southern.  The Central Indiana CARC is the Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Center for Central Indiana and serves Marion County.

Please call the CARC at 833-533-2272 to discuss
how you can begin your path to recovery.