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Opioid Resources

Are you struggling with addiction? Are you trying to get on the right track? Do you have a friend or family member who needs support?

Opioid use is one of the country’s biggest drug problems. It continues to have a devastating impact on Hoosier families. Being informed is key.

MHS and the state of Indiana want you to know the facts about opioid use (PDF):

  • Opioid use disorder is a disease
  • There is treatment
  • Recovery is possible

Helpful Links

Those who struggle with addiction need resources and community support. The following organizations will connect you with drug treatment services in your area:

  • Indiana 211 - Connects Hoosiers to substance abuse resources by dialing 2-1-1 on your landline or cellular phone
  • Next Level Recovery Indiana - Provides access to resources on prevention, education, treatment options, and how parents can protect their kids. The geolocation feature can tell you what treatment services are available in real time.

MHS Resources

Contact a MHS Care Manager

Want to talk to a Care Manager about the personalized support and services MHS offers? Call 1-877-647-4848 and ask for Care Management.

In crisis? Need to talk right now?

  • If you are struggling with substance use & need support, text MHS to 741741. It’s free, anonymous & available 24/7. You are not alone. Learn more on our Crisis Text Line page.
  • If your doctor’s office is closed, call our nurse advice line at 1-877-647-4848 (TTY 1-800-743-3333) and select ‘nurse’ for questions about health concerns such as proper dosage of medications. Learn more on our 24-Hour Nurse Advice Line (PDF).
Last Updated: 04/25/2023