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Mental Health Resources

If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, please call Lifeline’s toll-free number at 988.

This will connect the caller to a certified crisis center. 

  • 988 Suicide & Prevention Lifeline
    Provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, and prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones
    When people call, text, or chat 988, they will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, understand how their problems are affecting them, provide support, and connect them to resources if necessary. (Links to an external site.)

    National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline

    Trained advocated are available 24/7 to offer free, confidential support, education, and advocacy to teens and young adults (as well as friends and family) with questions or concerns about dating and relationships.

    Text:  LOVEIS to 22522 (Links to an external site.)
     Can chat live through the website.

  • Bowen Center

    We are the largest Community Mental Health Center in Indiana and we have expanded access to care for our patients by integrating primary health care with mental health care, addiction recovery treatment and life-skills coaching. With respect as our default setting, we help those we touch live their best life, longer.

    • Community mental health center that uses evidence based practices that treat the whole person.
    • Team of board-certified psychiatrists and psychologists, highly trained and certified therapists, nurses, and case workers deliver comprehensive care and treatment for mental health conditions

    (800) 342-5653

    CONNECT Allen County

    A "one-stop shop" community access center helping youth, families and individuals get information on the resources and supports that are available – and how to access them.

    Helps speed up the process of getting the mental and emotional health, physical health, and basic support needed by individuals or families


    (260) 901-5480

    Erin's House for Grieving Children

    Erin’s House works with families to prevent the impact of unprocessed grief. Research has identified a link between experiencing an unresolved death during childhood with poor school performance, alcohol and drug abuse, depression, anxiety, and an increased risk for suicide. On-site and in conjunction with schools and community organizations, Erin’s House provides a safe environment for those who are grieving to learn and develop coping skills as they build hope for their future. All of our services are provided to families at no cost.

    • Provides support for children, teens, and their families who have experienced a death.
    • Services are offered to families at no cost.


    (260) 423-2466

    Look Up Indiana

    The Lutheran Foundation is committed to investing in and advocating for mental health and wellness in northeast Indiana. That's why we developed, a comprehensive online resource that includes information, support and providers for anyone wanting to find help, locate information, or help others on their path to mental wellness.

    • Has different links with information about anxiety, depression, trauma, suicidal thoughts, vaping, addiction myths, prescription drugs, and more.
    • Can search by zip code to find providers in our area for whatever you need help with.
    • Call and text are available 24/7


    Text LOOKUP to 494949