Want to get involved in our organization? Please see the following open positions or internships.

Mental Health America of Indiana is Hiring:

Be Well Crisis Specialist:

The Be Well Crisis Helpline, currently operated by MHAI, is a free, 24/7 confidential telephonic and text-based program accessible to Indiana residents of all ages who are seeking support and resources for mental health and/or substance use related issues. Individuals seeking help range from those just needing a listening ear, to those with thoughts and/or plans related to suicide, to those simply seeking mental health resources for themselves or others. 

The program is seeking empathic, compassionate, and self-motivated Crisis Specialists to remotely provide telephonic and text-based emotional support and resources to Hoosiers in crisis. 

To download the full job description, including specific duties and qualifications, please click HERE.

If interested in applying, please submit a resume and cover letter to MHAI Vice-President David Berman at dberman@mhai.net

*Please note that this is a full-time (40 hours/week), but temporary position, with the program scheduled to run from 8/28/21 through March 2023, with approximately 3 weeks of training/onboarding required prior to program start date. All positions include a comprehensive benefits program that includes PTO, as well as medical, dental, vision, life insurance, STD/LTD and EAP services (basic plan for employees paid for by employer; upgraded plans and/or family coverage available at the employee’s expense).

Be Well Supervisor:

The Be Well Crisis Helpline, currently operated by MHAI, is a free, 24/7 confidential telephonic and text-based program accessible to Indiana residents of all ages who are seeking support and resources for mental health and/or substance use related issues. Individuals seeking help range from those just needing a listening ear, to those with thoughts and/or plans related to suicide, to those simply seeking mental health resources for themselves or others. 

The program is seeking empathic, compassionate, and self-motivated individuals to remotely support, train, coach, debrief, and provide direct supervision for Be Well Crisis Specialists who are providing telephonic and text-based emotional support and resources to Hoosiers in crisis.

To download the full job description, including specific duties and qualifications, please click HERE.

If interested in applying, please submit a resume and cover letter to MHAI Vice-President David Berman at dberman@mhai.net

*Please note that this is a full-time (40 hours/week), but temporary position, with the program scheduled to run from 8/28/21 through March 2023, with approximately 3 weeks of training/onboarding required prior to program start date. All positions include a comprehensive benefits program that includes PTO, as well as medical, dental, vision, life insurance, STD/LTD and EAP services (basic plan for employees paid for by employer; upgraded plans and/or family coverage available at the employee’s expense).

Be Well Weekend Supervisor

The Be Well Crisis Helpline, currently operated by MHAI, is a free, 24/7 confidential telephonic and text-based program accessible to Indiana residents of all ages who are seeking support and resources for mental health and/or substance use related issues. Individuals seeking help range from those just needing a listening ear, to those with thoughts and/or plans related to suicide, to those simply seeking mental health resources for themselves or others. 

The program is seeking empathic, compassionate, and self-motivated individuals to remotely support, train, coach, debrief, and provide direct supervision for Be Well Crisis Specialists who are providing telephonic and text-based emotional support and resources to Hoosiers in crisis. 

To download the full job description, including specific duties and qualifications, please click HERE.

If interested in applying, please submit a resume and cover letter to MHAI Vice-President David Berman at dberman@mhai.net

*Please note that this is a full-time (30 hours/week), but temporary position, with the program scheduled to run from 8/28/21 through March 2023, with approximately 3 weeks of training/onboarding required prior to program start date. All positions include a comprehensive benefits program that includes PTO, as well as medical, dental, vision, life insurance, STD/LTD and EAP services (basic plan for employees paid for by employer; upgraded plans and/or family coverage available at the employee’s expense).


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The Recovery Café is love-based peer recovery community that believes all human beings are all recovering from something. Recovery challenges might include substance use, mental health, homelessness, trauma, systemic racism, loss, grief, loneliness and more. Regardless of the recovery challenge, we seek to create an environment in which individuals can come to know themselves as loved and as instruments of love in the lives of others. The Director has a deep understanding of the Café’s vision and works to nurture and maintain our guiding principles. The Director carries the message of recovery to the external community and leads/nurtures the internal leadership, staff, volunteers and members. To apply click HERE.


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Intern with us! If you are interested in joining us at Mental Health America of Indiana as an intern, please send your resume and cover letter to mgreenway@mhai.net