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Behavioral Health

IU Health Ball Outpatient Behavioral Health

4.6 out of 5 stars (352 ratings)

At IU Health Ball, we offer a full range of counseling and treatment options for you or loved one for behavioral health needs.

IU Health Ball sees psychiatric, emotional, and addictive problems as treatable medical issues.

Our Services

At IU Health Ball, we provide therapeutic services to anyone 5 years of age and older. We also provide psychiatry (medication management) to children 15 years of age and older. We provide both therapeutic and psychiatry to adults (ages 18 and older).

About IU Health Ball Behavioral Health Outpatient Services

IU Health Ball sees psychiatric, emotional, and addictive problems as treatable medical issues.

Our Services

At IU Health Ball, we provide therapeutic services to anyone 5 years of age and older. We also provide psychiatry (medication management) to children 15 years of age and older. We provide both therapeutic and psychiatry to adults (ages 18 and older).

We are happy you’re here. Let us walk you through the process of receiving support from our team of compassionate care givers. Inside our offices, you’ll find a team of therapists and peer recovery coaches to help you get started with our program.

Your Healthcare Team

Our team provides a range of counseling options from meeting with an outpatient therapist to participating in group therapy, the professionals at IU Health Ball Behavioral Health can develop a treatment plan that meets your needs. Our professional and highly skilled team includes a junior psychologist, licensed social workers, licensed clinical social workers, and a licensed mental health counselor.

Preparing for Your Visit

During the visit, we have a lot to cover. You’ll want to make the most of your visit with us. Before you arrive, it may be a good idea to:

  • Have your providers send your medical records to our office. They may send via fax or through the mail. You may also bring a copy of your medical records with you.
  • Bring your current list of medications. If you are unsure, bring your medications with you in a bag. We’ll go through them together.
  • Bring insurance card(s) and identification.
  • Arrive 15 minutes early to complete any outstanding paperwork.
  • If you have any questions about insurance coverage, please contact our office and we can assist you.
  • We apologize for any delays on returning your phone call. Please leave a voicemail and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Parking

Parking is available directly outside of the building. When you enter the building, we are located on the third floor of the hospital above the IU Health Ball Cancer Center.

If you have difficulty locating our office, don’t hesitate to call our offices for assistance or call the hospital operator for directions.

What to Expect

When you arrive, you will be greeted by our compassionate staff. This will be your first stop to check in for your appointment, answer any questions and connect you to your provider.

Our staff will help to arrange your future sessions, reach out to you with appointment reminders and help you navigate the process of receiving your care.

If you’re coming in for your first appointment, you will complete a brief intake packet. If you’d like to do this ahead of time, you can find those in the Forms section on this page.

After you complete your initial paperwork, you will meet with one of our clinical team members to complete your intake, treatment plan and create a strategy for your ongoing care.

About Your Visit

We are happy you’re here. Let us walk you through the process of receiving support from our team of compassionate care givers. Inside our offices, you’ll find a team of therapists and peer recovery coaches to help you get started with our program.

Your Healthcare Team

Our team provides a range of counseling options from meeting with an outpatient therapist to participating in group therapy, the professionals at IU Health Ball Behavioral Health can develop a treatment plan that meets your needs. Our professional and highly skilled team includes a junior psychologist, licensed social workers, licensed clinical social workers, and a licensed mental health counselor.

Preparing for Your Visit

During the visit, we have a lot to cover. You’ll want to make the most of your visit with us. Before you arrive, it may be a good idea to:

  • Have your providers send your medical records to our office. They may send via fax or through the mail. You may also bring a copy of your medical records with you.
  • Bring your current list of medications. If you are unsure, bring your medications with you in a bag. We’ll go through them together.
  • Bring insurance card(s) and identification.
  • Arrive 15 minutes early to complete any outstanding paperwork.
  • If you have any questions about insurance coverage, please contact our office and we can assist you.
  • We apologize for any delays on returning your phone call. Please leave a voicemail and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Parking

Parking is available directly outside of the building. When you enter the building, we are located on the third floor of the hospital above the IU Health Ball Cancer Center.

If you have difficulty locating our office, don’t hesitate to call our offices for assistance or call the hospital operator for directions.

What to Expect

When you arrive, you will be greeted by our compassionate staff. This will be your first stop to check in for your appointment, answer any questions and connect you to your provider.

Our staff will help to arrange your future sessions, reach out to you with appointment reminders and help you navigate the process of receiving your care.

If you’re coming in for your first appointment, you will complete a brief intake packet. If you’d like to do this ahead of time, you can find those in the Forms section on this page.

After you complete your initial paperwork, you will meet with one of our clinical team members to complete your intake, treatment plan and create a strategy for your ongoing care.