Life can feel overwhelming. If you're not sure where to turn, we're here for you. We help people through rough times in their lives. If something's important to you, it's important to us. We're here to listen. We provide crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and information and referral, 24/7.
Everyone has the right to be listened to without judgment or criticism. You can talk and know we listen with respect and confidentiality. We believe everyone has the capacity to resolve their own problems with support.
You can now connect to one of our Crisis Intervention Specialist by texting SAFE2TALK to 765-742-0244.
crisis center VOLUNTEERING
MHA Crisis Center Crisis Intervention Specialists provide a vital mental health service to our community. Consider joining our dedicated team of volunteer Crisis Intervention Specialists!
Our training program is based on mental health needs and effective practices as established by national accrediting organizations. Individuals who successfully complete the training program have the necessary skills to assist and empower people in crisis, as well as people who need information about local community resources.
Volunteering is a great way to help others in need, make a community impact, meet caring people, and develop useful skills that will not only allow you to serve with our Crisis Center but also serve you throughout your professional and personal life.
Our training is free for individuals that become volunteer Crisis Intervention Specialists. The training consists of a 15-hour Applied Suicide Intervention Training (ASIST) followed by several sessions that focus on empathy, values, problems & options, emergencies, and assertiveness. Each session builds on the previous session(s). Proficiency in skills will culminate in a final session of Crisis Intervention Specialist orientation and graduation.
Our next Crisis Intervention Specialist cohort will begin on June 14, 2021.