The Healthy365 Connection Center Welcomes You

Struggling with addiction or a mental health condition? We’re glad you found us. The Healthy365 Connection Center, is a free and confidential service available to all of Hancock County, Indiana. We are here to help you overcome life’s many challenges, including substance misuse, depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions affecting mood, thinking and behavior. Our goal is to help identify your personal wellness goals, understand your unique needs and guide you to the appropriate resource. We strive to make the best connection on the first try. Additionally, our support navigators are available to walk alongside you and your family and provide warm hand-off referrals for services to guide you to a healthier, happier and well you.

As a department of Hancock Health and part of our local system of care, we are focused on the whole-body wellness of individuals who live, work, learn, play, and pray in Hancock County.

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Talking to your Children about Substance Misuse

Talking to your Children about Substance Misuse

No one likes to have difficult conversations, especially with their kids. But avoiding talking to your children about substance misuse can have major consequences. At Healthy365, we seek to help individuals and families that have been affected by addiction, substance...

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Back to School Tips for Mental Health

Back to School Tips for Mental Health

It’s time to go back to school and the reactions of kids (and parents) can differ wildly. Some children are excited to see their friends again more regularly and get back into a routine. Others will miss the freedom of summer and aren’t ready to return to the...

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How Companies Can Support Employee Mental Health

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According to the CDC, mental health conditions are among the most common wellness concerns in the U.S. In any given year, 1 in 5 Americans will experience a mental illness, and more than 50% of individuals in the U.S. will be diagnosed with a mental illness or...

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