Community Health Network was one of the first behavioral health inpatient programs in the country prepared to care for patients with COVID-19.
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What is toxic stress? It’s prolonged adversity and/or abuse—not having enough to eat or being exposed to violence. It’s the kind of stress that puts you on edge and keeps you there, day after day after day.
And Gov. Eric Holcomb promised that later this week, he’ll provide a plan to start returning Hoosiers to work.
Gov. Eric Holcomb acknowledged the state is facing a potential mental-health crisis, and said he is committed to offering services to Hoosiers who are feeling troubled.
The city is just six months from a tentative opening for the first piece of the justice campus project, the 37,000-square-foot Assessment and Intervention Center. Construction on other buildings in phase one is well underway, and the city has started planning for phases two and three.
A mental health services and addiction-treatment center planned for the city’s new Community Justice Campus will open years ahead of the new jail and courthouse facilities, Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Wednesday.
The device, manufactured in Singapore, won a Mira Award earlier this year for Innovation of the Year, and now its creator said he’s winning over doctors and medical providers with his invention.
The IU School of Medicine said the grant, its largest-ever National Institutes of Health award, will fund a five-year study of a form of Alzheimer’s disease that affects young people.
The five-year grant for the Indiana Department of Education was awarded through a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration program.
Researchers at Indiana University and the Regenstrief Institute are measuring whether a virtual walk on the beach could help prevent cognitive issues faced by patients who spend time on a mechanical ventilation machine in the intensive care unit.
The state's Division of Mental Health and Addiction has added two dependency recovery initiatives—one virtual and one concrete.<
The goal of the program is to provide care for a patient’s overall physical, mental and spiritual well-being, including pain management, at-home support, nutrition assistance and help with navigating financial issues.
Innovative Health Solutions Inc. recently received FDA approval for a device that treats opioid withdrawal symptoms.
In statehouses across the country and in Congress, drugmaker Alkermes is pushing its own addiction treatment while contributing to misconceptions and stigma about other medications used to treat opioid addiction.
For the first time since its founding in 1996, the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana is supporting an initiative that’s not exclusive to females.
Lilly is in a race with several pharmaceutical firms to develop migraine treatments using an approach known as anti-CGRP and that could create a multibillion-dollar market.
The money, provided to the workforce initiative Ascend Indiana, will train up to 50 specialists a year targeting Indiana's growing opioid epidemic.