Referring to the Prevention and Recovery Center for Early Psychosis (PARC)
As the only early psychosis clinic in Indiana, PARC specializes in treating individuals in the early stages of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. This includes individuals (ages 16-35) who are within the first two years of experiencing symptoms of psychosis that led to a decline in functioning or seeking treatment. PARC offers assessments, medication management, and care coordination.
Referrals can be made by treatment providers, family, or individuals interested in receiving treatment at PARC. Staff at PARC will request information regarding current symptoms, onset of symptoms, medications, functioning, and previous or current treatment.
To make a referral, please select the appropriate method below:
Phone: (317) 880-8494
Fax: Print THIS FORM and fax to (317) 880-0455
Electronically: Click HERE
Referring to the IU Psychotic Disorders Clinic
The research program at Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital is dedicated to improving psychiatric treatment through the investigation of new and existing treatments for a variety of psychotic disorders. Inquiries regarding research studies at IUPDP can be made by individuals with an illness or their friends, family, and treatment providers.
IUPDP is conducting several research studies for individuals with psychotic disorders. Please visit our research/clinical trials page to learn more about research at IUPDP. If you or someone you know is interested in research at IUPDP, please call the study line at 317-274-0474 or visit our contact page.