Those battling addictions can find answers, and pave a road to recovery through Meridian’s Addictions Therapy services. A variety of treatment options are available to meet the specific needs of each patient.
The Child Advocacy Center is a safe and healing environment for children who have experienced abuse –serving as a place to be heard, while also finding counseling, justice and closure. At the CAC, interviews and investigations of child abuse are conducted with sensitivity and compassion.
Those with intellectual disabilities and mental health issues find ways to cope, communicate and better manage their mental, social and physical needs. Connxxions serves as their medical home to facilitate their care system.
Connecting children in need with foster parents trained to meet those needs, FosterHope provides hope and support for some of our most vulnerable children.
School-based health clinics are expanding Meridian’s mission of “whole person” health, providing physical, mental and social well-being services to students right in their own schools.
The Maternal Treatment Program helps pregnant mothers struggling with drug addiction get the tools and resources they need, resulting in brighter futures for them, and for their newborn babies. A multi-disciplinary team provides guidance throughout the recovery process.
Our doctors, nurses and counselors specialize in primary medical care for families and children, providing a true medical home, where treatments and medications are coordinated seamlessly. Our “whole person” health system allows board certified physicians and providers to work together for total well-being.
From wellness checks to urgent care, our Pediatric Health services strive to keep children healthy and happy. Our integrated approach to healthcare allows our youngest patients to receive a broad spectrum of services addressing primary medical care, behavioral health and human services.
For adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses, Meridian’s Residential and Independent Living programming can help individuals find dignity, self-worth and independence through counseling, jobs and a place to call home.
Meridian helps individuals with disabilities increase economic independence, while also assisting local employers in building their employee teams with qualified and motivated workers. Supported Employment is committed to helping individuals shift from a dependence on state and federal assistance to a more independent and socially integrated job market.
The Suzanne Gresham Center offers a wide array of programs and collaborates with other community entities to assist families facing challenges, such as abuse, neglect, addictions and behavioral issues. Services assist children with emotional or psychological needs, foster care placement, addiction issues and other behavioral health needs.
Meridian professionals can help individuals learn how to cope with a variety of mental health challenges, from anxiety to relationship issues to stress disorders.
Meridian Women’s Recovery Home in Muncie is a new opportunity providing a solid foundation for women struggling with substance use disorder and seeking recovery. The program consists of a structured, 2-Phase addiction and behavioral health treatment, with a holistic approach treating the mind and body in a residential group home setting. Meridian Women’s Recovery Home places a strong focus on integrated care for women and their children through additional services such as primary medical care, women’s health and pediatrics.