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Nearly 1 in 12 Hoosiers meet the criteria for having a Substance Use Disorder. You are not alone. Addiction can happen to anyone, and anyone can ask for help through Project HOPE.

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Experience from a Project Hope recoveree who recently celebrated one year of sobriety. 

Megan* struggled with addiction and temporarily lost the parental rights to her children through DCS involvement. Megan decided that her sobriety and her children were her priority in life but was unsure of next steps to accomplish her goal. With the advocacy and support of her Project HOPE team, including Bowen Center leadership, she decided to attend an inpatient facility near Indianapolis. After completing her inpatient stay, she volunteered for IOP treatment through Bowen Center, along with individual therapy, parenting, and Project Hope PRC services. 

Megan is doing great and shares hope with others "Dear future survivors of addiction keep pushing yourself, reach out for help when you need it, and stay strong knowing that you can do it."

*name changed to protect identity.
 

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I'm not sure about calling.

We understand if you are not sure about calling. To give you a little peace of mind, here is what happens if you do call:

  • First off, congratulations on taking the first step. It can be overwhelming and very hard. 

  • Your phone call will be answered by a member of Bowen Center. This does not mean you are asking to go to the Bowen Center. Bowen Center is assisting Project HOPE facilitate calls. They have someone on staff 24/7. If you are in need of crisis care, they have trained staff to help. If you are in need of other services, your call will be routed to the appropriate service.

  • Not sure if the help you need warrants a call? Just call. Here are just a few examples that Project HOPE can help with:

    • Someone I care about recently overdosed and I want to talk to someone about it.

    • I want to know more about getting treatment but I don’t have transportation to get to appointments.

    • I’m worried my child might be using substances and I want to know how to help them.

    • I'm not ready for a treatment center but I want someone to talk to.

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Men's Recovery Home

David's Courage is a men's recovery home located in Plymouth, Indiana.

Serenity House

Women's Recovery Home

Serenity House is is a women's home located in Plymouth, Indiana.

Recovey Homes
Dustins Place
Dustin's Place: "We provide free grief support for children and adults.  Our mission is to support children and families through connection and the sharing of their grief journey after the death of a loved one.  We believe no one should grieve alone."   

Click HERE to learn more about their services.
Group Therapy

I think my teen might be vaping or smoking. What are some signs I should look for?

•    Loss of appetite
•    Irritability
•    Coughing 
•    Isolation from friends or a completely new friend group
•    Disinterest in hobbies
Want to speak to someone about it? Give us a call at (800) 342-5653.

A great resource can be found at Vape-Free Indiana: Parents.
Vaping Supplies
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Substance Use Grief
Detox Services

It is important to detox in a safe environment with healthcare professionals to help. Marshall County is fortunate to have such a place at Bowen Center. When you or a loved one is ready for detox, please reach out to us.

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Peer Recovery Coaches ("PRCs") have gone through a personal recovery experience and are certified to help others who are on their own recovery journey.  They are a role model, mentor and advocate in promoting long-term recovery.
 
Peer Recovey Coach

Lets celebrate John* together!

John, a Project HOPE recoveree, started his own service business in Marshall County. He is already getting contracted work and doing great on his sobriety. is doing great! 

*name changed to protect identity.

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Find HOPE

You do not have to walk this journey alone. You are seen, valuable, and worthy of living out your sobriety goals. It shows real strength to believe in HOPE and ask for help. Just call.

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