For some people entering the criminal justice system, mental health and substance use treatment can be a better outcome than jail time. Valley Oaks Health is happy to work alongside the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor’s Office to create a new program focused on providing treatment and preventing future crimes. Learn more in this piece by Star… Continue reading Valley Oaks Partners with Prosecutor to Develop Treatment Program
Access to mental health care is a critical focus at Valley Oaks Health, and during the COVID-19 pandemic, many service providers saw a jump in demand. In a five part series from WISH TV, Aleah Hordges details this rise in demand for mental health care, especially among those enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid, and the… Continue reading WISH TV 5-Part Series
Dr. Monique Kulkarni, the Senior Director of Clinical Services at Valley Oaks Health, shares why the COVID-19 pandemic has had such an impact on mental health. What can we do to support ourselves and others in our community? Learn more in this piece by Star City News.
The Community Foundations of Attica, Covington and Southeast Fountain recently awarded a total of $3,000 to Valley Oaks Health’s Beyond the Violence program. Beyond the Violence leverages multiple avenues to combat domestic violence, including prevention education, support groups, and legal advocacy. The Community Foundations support the efforts of this program as they align with their… Continue reading Valley Oaks Receives Grant from Local Community Foundations
The Indiana Department of Education recently awarded community organizations and schools across the state with more than $120 million in funding to help recover from an unprecedented school year. In partnership with Boswell Elementary School, Otterbein Elementary School, and BloomBoard Inc., Valley Oaks Health received a $166,000 grant which will be utilized to address existing… Continue reading Valley Oaks Receives Grant from Indiana Department of Education
Valley Oaks Health’s CEO, Tom Gilliom, was recently featured in MHCA’s Insider Newsletter. As a member of this organization, Tom represents Valley Oaks Health and furthers our mission of being a leader in community health solutions. Learn more about Tom and his experience in the mental health field here.
Valley Oaks Health recently partnered with Mental Health America – Wabash Valley Region, National Alliance on Mental Illness – West Central Indiana, Sycamore Springs, Bauer Family Resources, Willowstone Family Services, Meridian Health Services, and Tippecanoe County Community Corrections to give local legislators an opportunity to learn more about youth mental health and discuss how we… Continue reading Valley Oaks Health Discusses Youth Mental Health with Local Legislators
Our hearts are with the families, coworkers, and friends of those affected by the April 15, 2021 workplace shooting in Indianapolis, the deadliest in Indiana’s history. As an organization, Valley Oaks is dedicated to advocating for those with mental illness and substance abuse disorders here in our home state, but we are also deeply committed… Continue reading Valley Oaks Health’s response to the FedEx facility mass casualty incident in Indianapolis, Indiana
Who wouldn’t want to throw a pie in their boss’s face? For a good cause, of course. In 2020, Valley Oaks Health helped raise money for United Way of Greater Lafayette by throwing pies in the faces of 20 managers, including CEO Tom Gilliom. This fundraiser earned our Staff Retention Committee the United Way’s Employee… Continue reading Valley Oaks Receives United Way Award
Valley Oaks Health has received a two-year, $4 million grant awarded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. This opportunity will be used to expand mental health and addiction resources in Tippecanoe County, provide more assistance for military families, and develop a 24/7 mobile crisis team. The SAMHSA grant enables Valley Oaks Health… Continue reading Valley Oaks Expands Behavioral Health Services with $4M Grant