13th Annual Indiana Annual Recovery Symposium

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 13th Annual Indiana Annual Recovery Symposium. Over the course of two days, we explored Recovery for Everyone: every person, every family, every community. We were honored to share the stage with other thought leaders who carved their own path to recovery support.

A few INARMS takeaways:

Harm Reduction is a continuum. It’s crucial that we broaden the definition and build a more comprehensive approach to addiction support. 

The work before us is all-encompassing. Because of this, we should lean on our peers and/or seek out combined services to ensure no one – whether it be person, family, community –  falls through the cracks on their path to recovery. 

With that said, there is an overwhelming need for workers/professionals/volunteers in the field. The importance of what we do is real, and we need more help to prevent burnout and make it sustainable.

Recovery is for every Person:

Every individual has value, and their stories lend voice to others struggling in this fight. Include those in recovery as part of the conversation to help with blind spots in recovery reform.

Recovery is for every Family:

Family-centered harm reduction helps mitigate risks and creates a ripple effect for future generations.

Recovery is for every Community:

Empowering a community helps change the community. Bring resources to communities, meet them where they are, and host events that raise awareness.

Click here to see Photos from the day.

In conclusion, we were proud to have a space to talk openly about our collective body of work. Whether you joined us in person or virtually, we hope you left the symposium feeling hopeful, connected, and empowered in your own work with recovery.

Before we wrap up, we want to thank all of our sponsors. It is your support and collaboration that makes the INARMS Symposium possible. We’d also like to thank the Division of Mental Health & Addiction for hosting alongside us. We hope to see you all next year!


Valley Vista

Valle Vista Health System is an addiction care and behavioral health hospital for adults and adolescents, located in Greenwood, IN. Valle Vista has over 30 years of experience in behavioral health and addictions treatment. Valle Vista offers a full continuum of care with the following services:
– Acute psychiatric inpatient care for adolescents and adults ages 11+
– Substance Use Detoxification for Adults
– Partial Hospitalization for adolescents and adults
– Intensive Outpatient Therapy for adolescents and adults
– Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Therapy for adolescents and adults
– Residential treatment for adolescent girls ages 12-17
– Medication assisted treatment for adults

We are experts in helping adults and adolescents who may be experiencing suicidal or homicidal thoughts, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, substance use and addiction, psychosis, delusions, hallucinations, bipolar, schizophrenia, major depressive disorder,
and PTSD.

We create individualized treatment plans for each patient. We provide on-site medication management and pharmacy services. All inpatients are evaluated daily by a physician or nurse practitioner. Patients participate daily in individual and group therapy. We utilize trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Valle Vista accepts Indiana Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare and most commercial insurance plans.

Valle Vista is open 24/7 and we offer no-cost level of care assessments via appointment or walk-in. If you or someone you know is in need of care, please call us at 1-800-447-1348 .

Indiana University’s Responding to the Addictions Crisis Grand Challenge

Indiana University’s Responding to the Addictions Crisis Grand Challenge, in partnership with the School of Nursing, is offering two courses to help reduce stigma around substance use disorder. The courses are free and open to the public.

For more info:

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL)


Clean Slate

Anabranch Recovery Center

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