Connecting with a Provider Has Never Been Easier

Keeping you and our community healthy and safe, as well as maintaining mental well-being, have always been and remain our top priorities. As we face challenges presented by COVID-19, we also strive to provide the care and support you and your family need to stay healthy — physically, mentally and emotionally.

What is Telehealth?

Quality Care at Your Convenience

Simply put, Telehealth enables you to remotely connect with clinicians for healthcare services and information by phone, tablet or computer. Utilizing user-friendly, HIPAA-compliant video and communications technology, this service allows you to see and speak with a doctor, nurse or therapist just as you would during an in-person consultation — all in real time, respectful of social distancing practices, and from your own home, office or anywhere you may be.

Telehealth offers:

  • Fast access to a UHS-credentialed provider for assessment, advice, education, intervention and monitoring, such as:
    • Call with Doctor or Nurse
    • Video Visit with Doctor or Nurse
    • Individual Behavioral Health Video Session with Therapist
    • Group Behavioral Health Video Session

Eligibility for Telehealth will depend on your medical or behavioral health condition and geographic location and ultimately will be determined by your provider.

For more information regarding medical eligibility, insurance coverage, and any out of pocket costs, please contact your provider.

Services Available with Telehealth at Michiana Behavioral Health

  • Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient 18 years and older
  • Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program 13-17 years of age

Michiana Behavioral Health now offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) virtually for patients in recovery from addiction and chemical dependency using telehealth & Zoom. The program acts as a step-down program from our Inpatient Detox program, but we also accept individuals coming from other programs.

The 15-21 session program follows Marsha Linehan’s four skill modules (Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Interpersonal Effectiveness, and Emotional Regulation) as its base, giving patients skills to deal with distress, increase interpersonal effectiveness, regulate emotions and live a life in recovery. Our IOP also utilizes Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), incorporating the Twelve Steps, to teach clients how to stay focused and to be aware in the present moment to maintain sobriety.

Offering telehealth assessments by appointment only

For more information, please call Crystal Mulvihill at 574-941-5758.