2016: NRHA Outstanding Rural Health Organization

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HOURS

M-F 8:00-4:30

ADDRESS

1433 N 6th 1/2 St,

Terre Haute, IN 47807

CONTACT

P: (812) 238-7479

F: (812) 238-7439

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Initiatives

SUBSTANCE ABUSE

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT & TELEHEALTH

 

Substance Abuse Treatment Telehealth Network

In 2017, the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Office of Rural Health awarded Lugar Center for Rural Health/Union Hospital with the Substance Abuse Telehealth Network Grant Program (SAT-TNGP). HRSA’s Office of Rural Health created the SAT-TNGP program to address the disparities found in rural areas regarding Substance Abuse treatment and referral of patients to appropriate treatment sites...read more

ALTERNATIVE TREATMENTS FOR PAIN

Managing Chronic Pain with Yoga

The Union Health Pain Management Center (“Pain Clinic”) specializes in the diagnosis and management of chronic pain. They provide a multi-specialty approach to pain management that considers the whole person. The Pain Clinic team includes physicians, psychologists, physical therapists, occupational and vocational therapists, nutritionists and dieticians...read more

WORKFORCE TRAINING

 

Opioid Training for Healthcare Professionals

The Wabash Valley is unfortunately no stranger to the impact of Opioids on the community. Individuals presenting at emergency departments suffering from an opioid overdose has become more prevalent. The need for providers who are equipped to offer medication assisted treatment and the ability to refer to behavioral health is compounded in the Wabash Valley counties of Vermillion and Parke. Only one organization offers substance abuse treatment...read more

PSUPP

Prenatal Substance Use Prevention Program

LEGACY PROJECT

The goal of PSUPP is the Prevention of poor birth outcomes, by assuring that babies born in Indiana are born to women who decrease or eliminate alcohol, toabacco, and other drug use during pregnancy. It was based on the premise that Indiana data indicate poor pregnancy outcomes due to maternal use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs...read more