Mockingbird Hill Recovery Center will open in Anderson in early 2021, bringing a major new treatment facility to Madison County for those with substance use disorder (SUD). It represents a new way of thinking about treating addiction: Instead of scattering the pieces to the recovery puzzle and expecting people to find them, we bring everything needed for long-term recovery right to them while providing a stable, safe place to live.
Onsite services will include primary medical care, behavioral health therapy, peer support groups, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), individual case management, education and job training, and more.
The Center is located on the grounds of the former Mockingbird Hill Park, a famous concert venue for country, bluegrass and blues music from the 1950s to the 1970s.
It is the second major facility in the Whole Health Recovery Continuum, an evolutionary new model created by Aspire Indiana Health and Progress House, with plans for more to come in Central Indiana. Upon full scale-up Mockingbird Hill Recovery Center will house approximately 100 men and have a staff of 40 people.