Drug Rehabs in Indianapolis, IN

There are a few rehab centers in the Indianapolis, IN area, but traveling a short distance to neighboring regions might be ideal in finding the support and assistance for those struggling with substance abuse.

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Options Behavioral Health Hospital

Indianapolis , IN

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Banyan Heartland – Illinois

Gilman , IL

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Timberline Knolls Treatment Center for Women

Lemont , IL

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Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry

Columbus , OH

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Symetria Recovery – Chicago

Chicago , IL

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Banyan Chicago

Chicago , IL

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Lincoln Recovery

Raymond , IL

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Recovery Institute of Ohio

Sandusky , OH

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Drug And Alcohol Addiction In Indianapolis, Indiana

Like many other cities across the country, Indianapolis, Indiana (seated within Marion County) has fallen victim to the Opioid Epidemic. However, it is one of the few cities that has not peaked in prescription drug abuse along with other cities. Sadly, though, use of other Opioids, Fentanyl (a powerful synthetic Opioid, lethal in the smallest of doses), and designer drugs have spiked along with use of  Cocaine and Methamphetamine.

Fortunately, there are several treatment facilities nearby that specialize in various rehab and recovery services that help free you or a loved on from the vicious cycle of addiction and abuse.

Overdose In Indianapolis

403 Hoosiers died of overdose in 2017, a jump from the previous year’s 345. Yet, while deaths by prescription painkillers are down, the overall death rate from overdose continues to climb; projected data shows 274 fatalities in Marion County in 2021 and 81% involved some form of Opioid.

The growing number of deaths every year in Indianapolis comes from an increase in availability of Opioid analogs, Cocaine, and Meth. While these drugs are not necessarily as popular across the country, they are a huge cause of concern for the city of Indianapolis and Marion County as a whole. In fact, Cocaine has grown into its own epidemic and, nationally, is the number 2 killer. In cities like Indianapolis, where people are winning the fight against prescription Opioids, deaths from Cocaine become more apparent. Marion County saw more Cocaine-induced deaths than prescription Opioids or Heroin in 2017. While pure Cocaine is already deadly, given the number of deaths that involved Fentanyl, it is likely that many victims received a dangerously laced product.

Increase In The Presence Of Fentanyl In Indianapolis

Fentanyl is becoming increasingly more present around the country. In Marion County 46% of overdose deaths involved Fentanyl in conjunction with other drugs. Since the deaths were not exclusively fentanyl, it is likely that the victim used some other drug that was laced or cut with it.

Dealers using Fentanyl to cut costs have been largely responsible for the drastic growth in deaths that the nation has seen in recent years. While it is positive to see people dying less and less from their prescriptions, this outbreak of Fentanyl calls the dealers into greater questions, and, in states like Florida, they can face charges for premeditated murder.

Uncounted Deaths In Indianapolis

Despite 403 deaths, many of which are in Indianapolis, seeming like a large number, many believe that not every death is being reported. In fact, some sources speculate that as many as 80% of deaths tied to mixed Opioids are not reported due to a mix of drugs in the system that cannot be accurately identified. If this number is accurate, that would be about 145 additional deaths tied to Opioids.

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Indianapolis Statistics

37.4

death rate

Marion County’s death rate from accidental overdose was 37.4 per 100,000 people in 2017.

18

death rate

Out of every 100,000 people in Marion County, 18 died from prescription Opioid pain relievers (OPRs).

7.7

death rate

In Marion County, 7.7 people out of every 100,000 die from Heroin.

Finding Treatment In Indianapolis

Be it for you or a loved one, looking for addiction treatment can seem overwhelming. Sometimes, it can be hard to know what to look for. Other times, coming to terms that addiction is the problem can be hard to face. So, no matter where you are, you may be looking for some guidance. Whether you’re looking for treatment inside or outside of your community, contact a treatment provider today.

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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

Name Location Phone
Central Indiana Area Of Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 1011
Indianapolis, IN 46206-1011
317-875-5459
Montana Region of Narcotics Anonymous 1225 8th Ave N
Great Falls, MT 59401
800-990-6262

College Programs

Counseling & Psychological Services

Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis

420 University Blvd
Indianapolis, IN 46202

The Counseling and Consultation Services (CCS)

Marian University

3200 Cold Spring Road Indianapolis
IN 46222-1997

The UIndy Counseling Center

University of Indianapolis

1400 East Hanna Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46227

Graduate Certificate in Addictions

Kaplan College-Indianapolis

Indianapolis
IN 46240, Estados Unidos

CCS (Counseling and Consultation Services)

Butler University

HRC
Room 120, 530 W. 49th St., Indianapolis, IN 46208

Counseling Center

Franklin College

101 Branigin Blvd.
Franklin, IN 46131

AA and NA Meetings in Indianapolis

Name Address Fellowship Hours
Indianapolis Intergroup Inc. 1915 West 18th St. Suite D, Indianapolis, IN 46202 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Monday: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Tuesday: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Wednesday: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Thursday: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Friday: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

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