A brief history
In early 2013, FCP entered into conversations with Choices, Inc. – a cross-systems mental health service provider – to provide mental health services to clients emerging from the Indiana Department of Child Services and the Marion County Superior Court – Juvenile Division. In 2014 and 2015, FCP earned contracts directly with DCS in Regions 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, and 15.
FCP provides the Indiana Department of Child Services, the Juvenile & Family Courts of Indiana, Choices, Inc. with Family Centered Home-Based Therapy, Individual Home-Based Therapy, Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment, Behavior Management, Father Engagement Services, Home-Based Case Management, Supervised Visitation Services, Tutoring, Parent Mentoring, Individual Life Skills Mentoring, Group Pro-Social/Peer-Based Mentoring, Psycho-Sexual Risk Assessments, and Psychological Assessment Services.
Across Indiana, FCP has developed positive relationships with DCS offices in Marion, Bartholomew, Henry, Madison, Hancock, and Johnson counties and Juvenile Probation offices in Marion, Johnson, Hancock ,and Hamilton counties along with a rich multiplicity of school, community, non-profit, and religious institutions including: New Boy, Martin University, Inner Beauty, E.V.O.L.V.E. Mentoring, CROWN Mentoring Indiana Association of Juvenile Sex Offender Practitioners, Christian Theological Seminary, and IUPUI.
Our Trusted Partners
Frequently Asked Questions
How long are sessions?
Sessions are typically 50 minutes long, though your therapist may recommend 75 minute sessions in the future. Longer sessions may be more appropriate for couples therapy, family therapy, or more intensive treatment. Group sessions typically last 90 minutes.
How long does therapy last?
Treatment length varies with the nature of the identified treatment goals. Your therapist will review his or her recommendations for an estimated timeframe with you prior to starting treatment.
Do you accept Medicaid?
How about Private Insurance? We accept a wide variety of private insurers and Medicaid plans. Please contact our administrative team at 317.252.5258 to learn if we accept your specific insurance or Medicaid plan.
How will I know if treatment is working?
Clear and measurable goals are critical to the success of a case. Early in treatment, we will work with you to develop a treatment plan this is best for you and your family. We will then revisit the plan often to ensure that treatment is advancing toward a positive conclusion.
I am on medication or considering starting medication … can therapy help me?
Absolutely! It is not uncommon for people to use medications such as SSRI antidepressants (Prozac, Lexapro, and Paxil), ati-anxiety agents (such as Xanax and Klonopin), or ADHD (such as Adderall, Ritalin, or Concerta) while in therapy. In many cases, therapy can provide additional benefits beyond those offered by the medication. Therapy may also be helpful for those desiring to conclude medication. We always recommend that you discontinue medication under the recommendation of a psychiatrist or physician. Please notify your therapist if you are taking medication or plan to start taking medication while you’re in treatment.