Recovery Centers of America, based in Pennsylvania, had been temporarily shut down in Massachusetts over concerns regarding patient care and safety. It is now planning to open its first Indiana treatment center.
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.
The Pence administration’s decision to spend $120 million on a new psychiatric hospital represents a stark shift from the state’s approach to mental health of the past 30 years.
A new study says women who took a common class of antidepressants during the second and third trimesters were more than twice as likely than other women to have children who later developed autism.
Centerstone, which provides mental health services across southern Indiana, received $1.6 million to integrate primary care and mental health in Bloomington and surrounding Monroe County.
The Carmel-based provider of applied behavior analysis therapy said its existing Lafayette facility is at capacity and it expects more demand next year.
After an Elkhart couple with an autistic son sued insurer Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield this month, autism families around the state started a campaign to get Anthem to change its policy for covering therapy for school-age children.