Welcome to Valley Oaks Health
A Rich History Since 1938, Valley Oaks Health has been known throughout Indiana for its contributions to treating those with mental illness and substance abuse disorders. With a rich history, and a name synonymous with mental health care in the many communities they serve, some have wondered why a name change would be necessary.
Get to Know Valley Oaks Health’s CEO, Tom Gilliom
Valley Oaks Health’s CEO, Tom Gilliom, was recently featured in MHCA’s Insider Newsletter. As a member of this organization, Tom represents Valley Oaks Health and furthers our mission of being a leader in community health ...Read Article
The Intersection of Sexual Identity and Mental Health
This article’s list of initials is not exhaustive of all LGBTQ+ community members and related groups’ identities. Valley Oaks Health respects the diversity and simultaneous inclusivity of people who identify as LGBTQ+. Diversity is a ...Read Article
LGBTQ+ Pride Month
Studies show individuals who identify as LGBTQ+ are six times more likely to experience symptoms of depression and twice as likely to experience suicidal ideation compared to their heterosexual peers. This Pride Month, Valley Oaks ...Read Article
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Are You One of The 40 Million Impacted By Anxiety?
Getting help for anxiety starts with educating yourself about anxiety and knowing that you are not alone; there are 40 million people in America suffering from severe anxiety or an anxiety disorder.
2.2Obsesive Compulsive Disorder
15Social Anxiety Disorder
12General Anxiety Disorder
15Major Depressive Disorder
7.7Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Make a measurable impact in a community that needs you.
Case Managers work directly and regularly with at-risk populations and people receiving regular services from Valley Oaks. They are on the front lines of mental health.
Work with a community that is in the most need of help.
Help to educate the community on mental health concerns.
Work individually with clients and make change in their lives.
Valuable Job Skills
Gain important job skills to kickstart a career in mental health or anywhere else.
Impact Your Community
Make a change in the place you live that will improve your community in a real way.
Work with Kids
Work directly with children and adolescents who need help with mental health needs.