Indiana National Guard members and their families often face unique challenges managing the responsibilities of living and working in the civilian community while also maintaining their readiness to perform as a soldier or airman in the National Guard. The Behavioral Health Program of the Indiana National Guard is here to support Guardsmen and their families by helping locate Behavioral Health resources that are available in the communities where our members work and live. Although we do not provide treatment, the Behavioral Health Program staff will work with you and your civilian treatment team to make sure you get the help you need in order to maintain or improve your medical readiness, resiliency and effectiveness as a member of the Indiana National Guard.
If so, we may be able to help you get the resources you need
Our services are free of charge, confidential and available to all service members. These services include:
If you are in crisis and need immediate help, call 9-1-1
or call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1 (800) 273-8255 and press 1, or text 838255
Indiana Air National Guard Deputy Directors of Psychological Health:
--181st Intelligence Wing: 812-877-5726 (office) and 812-230-4505 (mobile)
--122nd Fighter Wing: 260-478-3733 (office)
Download these handy guides:
Did you know the Indiana National Guard has a mobile phone app?