FIND HELP AND SUPPORT
Every number you’ll need.
In an emergency, you should seek help immediately by calling 911.There are also many resources that can connect you to help and on-going support to get you through difficult times. Use the resources that work best for you. Below are all the numbers you’ll need to get help—all of which offer confidential assistance.
911 | Request a CIT Officer
If you are currently experiencing a mental health crisis or medical emergency, call 911 and request to have a CIT officer deployed.
A Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) police officer is specially trained to react appropriately to situations involving mental health and illnesses.
National Hotline | 800.273.8255
Community Behavioral Health Services | 317.621.5700
Chat Now | Online Crisis Chat
Text HelpNow to 20121
Jason Foundation: A Friend AsksA free app that provides the information, tools and resources to help a friend (or yourself) who may be struggling with thoughts of suicide.
LifebuoyA free self-help app that assists suicide survivors as they normalize their lives after a recent attempt.
Take charge of your mental health with myStrength. myStrength offers positive resources to improve mental health and overall well-being, with personalized programs to help with depression and anxiety. Use myStrength to track your current mood and receive in-the-moment inspiration to calm down, stop worrying and be positive, 24×7.
Note: To be eligible for myStrength, you must live or work near a Community Health Network facility.