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Integrated Care

Recognizing that the overwhelming number of patients with mental health conditions are treated in primary care settings, the Department of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine has launched multiple programs aimed at improving mental health care in Indiana.

Adolescent Addiction Access

The Adolescent Addiction Access (AAA) Program is a free provider-to-provider helpline for Indiana providers caring for youth ages 17 or younger with substance use disorders.

Learn how AAA can help

HANDS in Autism

The HANDS in Autism® Interdisciplinary Training and Resource Center provides a full continuum of learning and service opportunities all designed to improve capacity for understanding and applying strategies to individuals with a range of intellectual and functional abilities.

Learn how HANDS can help

Indiana Behavioral Health Access for Youth

The Indiana Behavioral Health Access Program for Youth ("Be Happy") aims to improve Hoosier families’ access to best practice pediatric behavioral health care across the state by supporting health care providers in their local communities with guidance from psychiatric specialists.

Learn how Be Happy can help

Multisystemic Therapy

 The department has partnered with Indiana FSSA to implement Multisystemic Therapy (MST) in youth organizations statewide, transforming lives of troubled youth and families.

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Pediatric Psychology Outpatient and Integrated Clinics

Department of Psychiatry faculty and trainees work within medical subspecialty clinics at Riley Children’s Health to provide multidisciplinary or integrated care to children and adolescents in the care of Riley pediatricians.

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Project ECHO

Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) connects local primary care teams with inter-disciplinary specialists to spread knowledge and amplify local capacity to provide best practice care for complex chronic health conditions.

Learn more about ECHO