Peer Recovery Indiana is a part of a national movement to promote peer recovery support services. From the beginning, this has been a collaborative effort at the national, state and local community levels. The following stakeholders and partners are a critical part of our growing statewide network of peer recovery support services.
Treatment and Recovery Center
Fairbanks is a nonprofit alcohol and drug treatment center. We are one of the oldest independent alcohol and drug treatment centers in America. We started treating alcoholic men in 1945 in a house on Alabama street in Indianapolis, Indiana.
We now serve men, women, adolescents and their families who struggle with addiction from the Midwest and around the country.
Mental Health Advocacy Organization
KEY Consumer Organization is a peer-run organization that serves individuals diagnosed with mental illness state-wide. KEY advocates individually and collectively to improve services, promote understanding, and end discrimination against persons with mental illness.
Our mission includes not only protecting our rights, but also educating ourselves and the public about psychiatric disorders. We unite our efforts with others concerned about themselves or loved ones being treated by mental health professionals.
Indiana NOFAS, Inc. educates the public, professionals, and policymakers about the risk of alcohol use during pregnancy and FASD, the leading known preventable cause of brain damage, developmental disabilities, birth defects, and a leading known cause of learning disabilities and behavioral problems in children, adolescents, and adults. Although physically located in central Indiana, Indiana NOFAS, Inc is an affiliate of NOFAS with a national presence.
It is our hope through collaboration with our recovery partners we can offer information and support to families when they are most vulnerable.
Behavioral Health Provider
The mission of ASPIN is to provide innovative educational programs, resource management, program development, and network management in collaboration with all healthcare entities to address health disparities and whole health management.
One of ASPIN’s service lines includes the training and state certification of Community Health Worker/Certified Recovery Specialists (CHW/CRS). The CHW/CRS provides peer support services, serves as a consumer advocate, provides consumer information and peer support for consumers in emergency, outpatient, or inpatient settings.