Ohio-based NewVista Behavioral Health is expanding its services into Indiana with the opening of Ethan Crossing of Indianapolis. NewVista says the $6 million, 88-bed campus will treat mental health and substance use disorders.
Ethan Crossing of Indianapolis will consist of an inpatient behavioral health hospital, as well as residential and outpatient addiction treatment programs. The 45,000-square-foot facility will feature a 42-bed hospital and inpatient behavioral health unit, and a 46-bed residential Substance Use Disorder unit.
“We understand the need for specialized, evidence-based programming is so vital to a successful and sustainable recovery for many,” said Isaac Rosedale, chief executive officer of NewVista. “Hoosiers currently have limited resources, especially for those in rural Indiana, and that is why we are extremely proud to bring this all-encompassing addiction treatment and behavioral health campus to the area.”
Ethan Crossing of Indianapolis will serve adults and seniors and offer Medication-Assisted Treatment, therapeutic interventions, and recreational therapy, among other services.
The facility is expected to open later this summer.