World Mental Health Day 2023: Resources available in Michiana

October 10 is World Mental Health Day, a day where communities gather to garner support and raise awareness for mental health and the issues surrounding it.

This year’s theme, “Mental Health is a Universal Human Right,” was established by the World Federation for Mental Health and emphasizes the organization’s efforts to ensure quality mental health care is available worldwide, and that those with mental illnesses are respected in their communities.

According to the World Health Organization, one in eight people worldwide live with mental health conditions. The term “mental health condition” is the broader phrase used to describe mental disorders (like anxiety, depression, PTSD, schizophrenia and more), psychosocial disabilities and mental states that impact how someone functions.

Michiana residents have access to a number of mental health services in both Indiana and Michigan. Read below and save these resources for you or your loved ones in need.

*This list is not exhaustive. Call or visit Indiana 211 or Michigan 211 for more information on services near you. 

Phone numbers


Elkhart County

Kosciusko County

LaGrange County

Marshall County

St. Joseph County (Indiana)


Berrien County

Cass County

  • Woodlands
    • 960 Michigan 60 E., Cassopolis
    • 1124 Austin St., Cassopolis
    • 24-hour crisis hotline: 269-445-2451
    • Click here for more

St. Joseph County, Michigan

Van Buren County

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