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Cornerstone Behavioral Health:
Phone: 765-662-3971
Fax: 765-668-6718
E-Mail: contact@cornerstone.org
Milestone Addiction Services:
Phone: 765-662-2039
Fax: 765-668-5406
E-Mail: contact@cornerstone.org
Community Support Program:
Phone: 765-664-7792
Fax: 765-668-5403
E-Mail: contact@cornerstone.org
Hester Hollis Concern Center:
Phone: 765-348-1303
Fax: 765-348-8951
E-Mail: contact@cornerstone.org
To contact Joint Commission:

Website:  www.jointcommission.com

Phone: 1-800-994-6610

Welcome to
Cornerstone Behavioral Health Center

A United Way Agency


Our mission is to provide comprehensive clinical consultation and treatment for people with emotional, mental, behavioral, and substance abuse problems as well as provide timely crisis intervention


No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. If you have a mental health emergency, you have the right to receive, within the capabilities of Grant-Blackford Mental Health's staff and facilities: an appropriate psychological screening examination, necessary stabilizing treatment and, if necessary, an appropriate transfer to another facility even if you cannot pay or do not have medical insurance or you are not entitled to Medicare or Medicaid. Grant-Blackford does participate in the Medicaid program. There is a discounted/sliding fee schedule available.




The Grant/Blackford Local Affiliate of NAMI
meets from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 pm the first Thursday of each month
at the Unity Christian Church on 140 North Pennsylvania (formerly a United Methodist Church - near the former Jones Middle School).

www.namiindy.org     www.nami.org


Our Services

  • Access Center Services
  • Addiction Services
  • Community Support Services
  • Employee Assistance Services
  • Inpatient Services
  • Outpatient Services

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