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Children's Mental Health Initiative

Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) and the Indiana Department of Child Services have collaborated to provide intensive home and community-based wraparound services for youth and families without funding. For more information about this initiative contact:   

Indiana Department of Child Services

Kathryn Connel, Children's Mental Health Initiative Manager

302 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2739

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Indiana State Adolescent Advisory Council for Youth (STACY)

STACY is a federally funded, locally managed program for young people between the ages of 12 and 18 who are in need of substance abuse treatment, but who may not be able to afford it. STACY uses a new therapy model to help adolescents learn that there are ways to enjoy life without drugs and alcohol.

Recovery is a process that takes time. This intervention can help individuals learn to make better decisions and improve their relationships with care givers, teachers, peers, court personnel, and others in their lives.

For more information on STACY, contact one of the current Marion County agencies:

  • Marla Greenway, EmberWood Center (317) 536-7100
  • Becky Mills, Gallahue Mental Health Services (317) 621-2149
  • Kim Manlove, Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction (317) 234-8669


Money Follows the Person - Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (MFP-PRTF) Services Program

The Indiana Division of Aging is collaborating with DMHA to provide intensive community ad home-based services  for youth leaving a PRTF or state operated facility and reintegrating back into their home and community. Once a youth is enrolled in the MFP-PRTF services program, the treatment team works with the participant to identify a plan for services and supports that is identified as required to meet the needs of the youth and family.

For additional information about the MFP-PRTF Services Program:

Indiana Division of Aging

402 W. Washington Street, Rm W454

Indianapolis, Indiana 46204


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