If you know someone who is struggling with alcohol or drug dependency or is struggling with another form of mental illness and is unable to cope with their current situation, please call 317-571-2580.
This is the non-emergency dispatch number and they can connect you to resources to help 24/7.
For Immediate Assistance:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Text CSIS to 839863
Indiana Center for the Prevention of Youth Abuse and Suicide:
Mental Health Centers in Carmel
24/7 Crisis Line: 1-800-560-4038
Other Health & Wellness Services
American Society for Suicide Prevention:
Child Abuse Hotline: Child Protective Services:
Connect to Help:
Call 211 or
Crisis Services - Mental Health America Indy:
Domestic Violence Hotline:
Family Promise of Hamilton County - serving homeless families:
Rape/Sexual Assault Center:
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA):
or text "TalkWithUs" to 66746
Substance Abuse Counseling - Fairbanks Hospital:
Suicide Prevention Resource Center:
Urban Meditation Studio:
Urban Meditation is geared towards everyday people that have never tried meditation before, don’t know how to even begin, but just want to get some stress and anxiety relief. We focus on fitting in meditation and breathing exercises into a modern fast-paced lifestyle. Giving tips and tricks on how to center yourself and feel better without feeling overwhelmed. I am strategically placed to help a lot of people that are looking for a different answer to manage chronic stress.
Right now, because we are not physically open we are offering FREE virtual meditations on our website. We have quick 5 minute meditations and 20 minute meditations. We are also offering FREE one on one meditations that you can book for FREE that our live/virtual meditation therapist will guide you through a private meditation together based on your specific need at the time. This is a customized meditation specifically for the person over the phone.
The goal of the Campaign to Change Direction is to change the culture of mental health in America so that all of those in need receive the care and support they deserve. The Campaign encourages all Americans to pay attention to their emotional well-being – and it reminds us that our emotional well-being is just as important as our physical well-being.
The City of Carmel has pledged public awareness of mental health issues by sharing the Five Signs of emotional suffering with its population of 91,065 residents in order to help them recognize those suffering from emotional distress and connect them with resources to help. We are dedicated to using all the communication resources available to us in order to share this message while strengthening relationships between the public and private sectors. Carmel is dedicated to fostering a community with safe streets and strong schools and neighborhoods that people are proud to call home -- a city where hope, prosperity and opportunity are attainable for all.