Northeast Indiana is setting a new standard in the state of Indiana for its mental and behavior health and wellness initiatives. In recent years, we have built extraordinary collaboration among health care providers, law enforcement and first responders, the court system, and the mental health community that has laid a groundwork for nimble response to new initiatives that offer hope and recovery to people who need it most.
The more we work together, the easier it is to talk about mental health challenges. It’s a sign of true community when we pull together to support and encourage those among us who live with a substance use disorder, anxiety or another mental illness. One day at a time, we are ending the stigma.
Organizations all throughout our community are taking a stand to silence the stigma of mental illness and address the problems of addiction. Look Up is more than a website - It's a community movement. Read more about what these organizations are doing.
The Lutheran Foundation is working with partners throughout northern Indiana to launch a high-profile media campaign aimed at helping teens reduce substance use and develop resiliency. Read More
The launch date for the newly refreshed LookUpIndiana.org website was moved up by almost a week to help assist Allen County as a single source for local and community information regarding COVID-19. Read More
The Lutheran Foundation rolls out the Hope and Recovery Team (HART) Program to Fort Wayne community to help reduce the risk of opioid overdose. Read More
If you or someone you know is living with a mental health issue or an addiction, take the first step toward getting help.
Or text Lookup to 494949.
If you need immediate help.