Johnson County Behavioral Health Resources
Local Support Groups/Additional Resources
Abuse Counseling and Education, Inc.
The only BIP program in Johnson County that is certified by Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Both instructors have been awarded the distinction of Batter Intervention Professional of the Year.
Alcoholics Anonymous (for information on Johnson County Meetings)
Indianapolis Intergroup: (317) 632-7864
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana: (317) 631-5099
Alcoholics Anonymous for Men or Women,Family Alcohol Drug Education Program
Tara Treatment Center, Inc.
6231 South US 31
Franklin, Indiana 46131
Bereavement Support - Support group open to adults after the death of a loved one
St. Francis Hospital
Free Indeed - Christian-based support group
8728 S. Nineveh Road, Nineveh
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Support Groups
Provides No Contact Order support, education about domestic violence, cycle of violence, safety planning
Turning Point: 317-736-8666
Esperanza Ministries, Inc.
Provides pastoral and spiritual counseling and culturally relevant consults. We are trained to help victims of torture, abuse and human trafficking. We serve the receiving community by providing cultural training and support on specific cases. Accepts negotiable donations.
Feed Ur Soul Ministries - Faith-based organization committed to serving families by providing clothing and other services
P.O. Box 764
Greenwood, IN 46142
Hope Academy Charter School - Located on the Fairbanks campus, is the only charter high school available free to all Indiana adolescents during and following treatment.
8102 Clearvista Parkway, Indianapolis
Indy Westside Asperger Marital Support - Support group for women who are married to a husband with Asperger’s.
email Tamera at email@example.com
Johnson County Autism Support Group - contracted with Tamera at Kenosis to provide up to 6 free sessions for those with ASD (children, teens and families). Families must be attending JCASG.
Johnson County Helpline - Free and confidential service provided by United Way of Johnson County. Call one number to get the most frequently requested phone numbers for health and human services and programs that links people to needed resources.
Kenosis Counseling Center - Educational and professional development workshops on suicide awareness, trauma, GT/HA population, marital, etc. Kenosis also offers parent/life coaching, EMDR/Trauma, Gifted/Profoundly Gifted children, teens and adults. Additional workshops are available in Kenosis staff’s various areas of expertise.
Clinical supervision provided for those pursuing licensure for LCSW & LMHC
Kids In Crisis-Intervention Team (KIC-IT) - Offers resources, outreach and case management services to at-risk and homeless youth aged 16-25.
Drop In Center: 41 W. Monroe St., Franklin
P.O. Box 1111, Franklin, IN 46131
Narcotics Anonymous - How to find meetings in the central Indiana area
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) - Provides support for those with mental illness and caregivers who have family members suffering from mental disorders
Adult and Child Mental Health Center
8320 Madison Ave., Indianapolis
Perinatal Support Group - Supports any issues related to pregnancy, including postpartum depression.
St. Francis Health
610 E. Southport Rd., Suite 100, Indianapolis,
Project Safe Place - 24-hour crisis intervention service to youths ages 7-17 to receive help.
Reach for Youth - Provides behavioral workshops to help youth develop healthy skills for relationships, managing peer pressure, conflict resolution, anger management and
conversion. For more information on when and where these workshops are being presented.
Survivors of Suicide Victims Support Group
Hope & Healing
Judy Proctor 317-851-8344 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Spreading Our Youthful Wings (9-17 yo)
Donna Sadler 317-522-8673 or email@example.com
St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church
6118 Smock Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46227
Teen Link - Supporting teens in adversity, educating teens to make good choices. Open to all Johnson County schools.
2700 Cumberland Drive, Franklin
Tobacco Free Johnson County - Promotes tobacco
prevention and cessation for all ages with speakers and
programs, along with the free and confidential Indiana Tobacco Quitline:
1125 W. Jefferson St., Franklin
TRAC (Troubled Relationships with Adult Children) - Support group for parents of adult children dealing with estrangement, failure to launch, tension over financial matters, unresolved hurts, boundary issues and manipulation. Group meets at Grace United Methodist Church in Franklin.
Cathy Campbell: 317-736-7962
Turning Point Domestic Violence - Services are available to individuals who are experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking through our crisis line, outreach offices and residential shelter. The services provided by Turning Point include personal advocacy, assistance with filing
protective orders, safely planning case management and support groups.
Turning Point Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-221-6311
Warriors Hope Support Group - All veterans’ welcome
Warriors Hope building (enter back door)
430 N. Madison Ave., Suite 2, Greenwood