All programs are now operated by Families First.
Families First’s mission is to create healthier communities by strengthening families and individuals though life challenges and changes.
Learn more at www.familiesfirstindiana.org.
We can help.
No one should have to feel completely alone when facing a crisis. Our 24-hour crisis line is there for people who are in crisis or contemplating suicide. If you are experiencing thoughts of suicide, are concerned about a loved one, need referrals, or just want someone to listen, our Clinical Associates are available 24 hours a day to provide support for any problem you may be facing. Call or text now to speak with someone. We want you to know you're not alone, and we can help you get through whatever it is you're facing. Call (317) 251-7575 or Text CSIS to 839863.
Who can call?
Anyone, of any age, can call or text the Crisis Line at anytime. The Crisis Line receives calls about a variety of concerns including depression, sadness, thoughts of suicide, separation or divorce, abuse, conflicts with friends or family members, financial, legal or employment problems, substance abuse, stress management, LGBTQ issues, and grief and bereavement.
What does it cost?
Crisis Line services are provided free of charge. Your telephone provider’s long-distance rates may apply if you are calling one of our local numbers from out of the area. Standard text messaging rates from your provider apply. To avoid long-distance calls, please dial 1-800-273-8255.
How can I help?
Our Crisis Line is staffed 24/7 by volunteer Clinical Associates. To find out more about how you can become a Clinical Associate and volunteer from home, please click here.