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National Guard members and their families should never weather emotional and behavioral difficulties alone. The Behavioral Health Program addresses the unique challenges that National Guard members face.

Service members, veterans and family members have an around-the-clock, free resource for locating the help they need to deal with behavioral health problems and traumatic brain injury. Our licensed, professional staff are available 24/7 to support you and your loved ones.

Have you experienced any of these?

  • No one knows how I feel.
  • I can’t stop thinking about what I did.
  • My spouse says I am drinking too much.
  • I can’t sleep.
  • People tell me I’m not the same person I used to be.
  • I’m constantly fighting at home.


  • Direct 24/7/365 access
  • Assessments
  • Behavioral health resources identification and support
  • Communication of applicable benefits and other counseling services within state/territory and military framework
  • Referral services
  • Case management services
  • Follow-up services
  • Commander consultation services
  • Guard member orientation
  • Leadership training
  • Wellness education
  • Critical incident management services


  • For 24/7 assistance, please contact our Behavioral Health Access Line 317-247-3155
  • Indiana National Guard Deputy Director of Behavioral Health 317-247-3300, Ext. 85480
  • Director, Behavioral Health and State Psychologist 317-247-3300, Ext. 77047


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What we can do for you

  • We're available to support you and your family.
  • Our services are free of charge.
  • All service members are eligible regardless of branch.
  • We maintain confidentiality to protect your privacy.