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Indianapolis, IN  46205

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About Midwest

Midwest Center, P.C. is an experienced provider of mental health services to private health care organizations and public agencies.  With over 30 years of experience in mental health, we have built a strong and growing network of dedicated professionals and organizational resources. 

Midwest’s specialization in mental health began when the company was formed in 1978.  Through the years, we have developed and managed mental health programs for a variety of agencies.  Midwest has rapidly grown to become one of the area’s leading providers of psychological and mental health services with Job Corps, schools, Head Start, hospitals, and other public agencies.

In the mid-1990’s, the organization expanded its scope of services for community transition and aftercare services for juveniles released from Boot Camp under a four-year contract with the Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC).  Midwest’s Family Preservation and Reunification Programs has been a vital key in preventing out-of-home placement of children from high-risk families for the Marion County Superior Court Juvenile Division. 

Midwest’s Alcohol and Other Drugs of Abuse (AODA) is a certified alcohol and drug abuse program with the State of Indiana, Department of Mental Health and Addictions (DMHA) and provides assessment and referral services on behalf of Marion County Superior Court, Juvenile Division. 

In 1996, Midwest expanded its long-term care program and developed Washington Place, a residential facility to provide services to juvenile males with the Indiana DOC and State of Indiana, Department of Child Services.  Midwest added its second residential facility, Ruckle Center, in 2003.

As the demand for correctional behavioral care shifted and the marketplace developed, Midwest has concentrated on new demand and growth related to mental health services particularly in correctional facilities.  We provided mental health services to Marion County Jail system inmates at four sites in Indianapolis, Indiana.

For programs and contracted positions, Midwest recruits and hires employees including psychiatrists, psychologists and mental health professionals. We maintain a continuous and growing network of candidates, recruiting resources and professional organizations that understand and are committed to corrections-related work.

Midwest has a sincere desire to continuously improve the quality of addictions and mental health care.  We supply the resources needed to achieve this objective and assure staff compliance with review requirements, quality assurance planning and in-service training.

Today, Midwest Psychological Center represents the highest standard of experience and leadership in the field of mental health, correctional healthcare and program management.


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