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Stepping Forward for Men

4001 John Street

Evansville, IN 47714

(812) 473-3144

This Transitional Residential Program provides 24 hour support for those in early recovery to assist in providing the accountability, treatment services, and sober living environment needed during the first 6-12 months of recovery. This 12-bed residence is for men only, and provides skills training and case management services, as well as individual and group therapy.


Stepping Forward for Women

4001 John Street

Evansville, IN 47714

(812) 473-3144

This Transitional Residential Program for Pregnant and Post Partum mothers provides 24 hour support to those in early recovery. This program specializes in pregnant women and women with infants. Women can live in this home during their pregnancy and also after birth, with their infant up to one year.  Nursing Case Management services are available as well as parent skills training, life skills training, individual and group therapy, as well as peer coaching. This 10 bed residence is located off site in a residential neighborhood.

For locations outside of Evansville please see the attached PDFs below. 



Terre Haute




I Am A Family Member

Watching a family member struggle with addiction, day after day, can be very frustrating, saddening and discouraging. There are times you feel like giving up on helping them, that’s where we can help. Getting help for a loved one with an addiction, and for yourself, is the best thing you can do for them, along with providing support and understanding. At Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare we believe families play a vital role in our patient’s recovery. We ask families to come and be a part of the treatment and their continued journey of sober living after treatment. To get started on getting your family help, or help for yourself through our CRAFT program, give us a call at (812) 473-3144.


I Am An Addict

Do you feel like you’re not control of your life and your addiction is ruining it? You’ve made the first step to taking control and moving forward just by coming to our website. Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare is here, we will help you reach sobriety and maintain it by offering you continued support and education. You are not alone, and this is not something you cannot overcome. Please review our resources to learn more about addiction, recovery meetings you can attend, and how treatment can help. When you are ready for treatment, give us a call at (812) 473-3144.


I Am A Concerned Community Member

Addiction is highly publicized and a predominant problem in our communities. We are concerned too. Please consider attending one of our forums, reading through our resource page, or attend a recovery meeting to learn more. If you know someone who you’d like to help, consider going to Alanon, or calling us about our CRAFT program.