Expanding to Clinton County!
Four County is expanding services to Clinton County! “It was a natural extension of our strength as rural behavioral health specialists,” said Carrie Cadwell, President/CEO of Four County. While behavioral health workforce challenges occur across the State of Indiana, rural areas are often differentially impacted. Dr. Cadwell explained, “Our goal is to support meeting the need of rural communities. This means taking both a geographic expansion approach and regular re-investment in the communities we already serve.”
Four County is a non-profit Community Mental Health Center serving the communities of North Central Indiana for over 40 years. Four County is deeply committed to increasing access to a continuum of care while integrating physical and behavioral health well-being. Our primary goal is to ensure that our services are rooted in quality, are meaningful to our patients, and focus on creating a collaborative, client-centered approach.
While we are committed to providing high quality services for our patients, Four County also challenges itself to learn, grow, and adapt to an environment that focuses in wellness, engagement, and career initiatives for each of our staff. Four County has increased its numbers served every year! Without your help we cannot serve the thousands of others in need of services. See our career page for openings and join our team now. We are hiring in Clinton County now!
Four County started as the designated community mental health center for Cass, Miami, Fulton, and Pulaski Counties. To better meet the need of North Central Indiana, we expanded our services to Howard County in 2015, to Tipton County in 2016, and to White County in 2017. Four County is proud to extend support to Clinton County now in 2019! Further, the Four County board has approved further expansion plans to be announced later this year.