The 24 Group
Focusing on: Community Recovery/ Prevention Resources
Service Site: 11715 Fox Road
Address: 11715 Fox Road, Suite 400-131, Indianapolis, IN 46236
County: Marion
Telephone: 317-331-5949
Fax Number: 317-331-5949
Intake Telephone: 317-331-5949
Crisis (24 Hour) Telephone: 317-331-5949
The 24 Group is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization based in Indianapolis that seeks to inform and educate on the topic of addiction and recovery via its online presence and community events around Central Indiana. Fundraising efforts provide grants to local addiction treatment and recovery support providers to help young adults with limited financial resources achieve sobriety and sustain their early recovery efforts. The 24 Group was founded in 2006 by a group of parents who came together with the common experience of a loved one struggling with the disease of addiction. The name of the organization was selected in memory of David Manlove, the son of founding board members Kim and Marissa Manlove who wore number 24 on his baseball jersey in high school. The hawk used in the logo is a symbol chosen by the Manloves to remind them of the spirit of Dave, a symbol that in Native American tradition is the messenger between heaven and earth.
Operating Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Saturday 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Sunday 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Walk-in Hours: Monday N/A, Tuesday N/A, Wednesday N/A, Thursday N/A, Friday N/A, Saturday N/A, Sunday N/A
We are not handicap accessible.
Our focus is on: Community Recovery/ Prevention Resources
Our primary service(s): “Advocacy, Prevention and Prevention Programs, Support, We believe: Addiction is a chronic brain disorder and as such should carry no social shame or stigma. There is effective treatment for addiction and recovery is possible for anyone. Treatment and recovery support should be available to all regardless of socio-economic status or access to insurance. We believe that recovery is possible and is the ultimate goal for those affected by substance use disorder. There are many pathways to recovery, parents and other family members need their own treatment and support to achieve and maintain recovery from the devastating effects of this disease.”, someone is in recovery when they say they are in recovery. Staying connected with a treatment and recovery program enhances chances of long-term success. Family education and support enhances treatment effectiveness and success for the adolescent/young adult. Addiction is a family disease
We offer the following services: Advocacy, Education, Family Support Groups, Peer Support, Support, Support – Parents
The gender populations we serve are: All/Anyone
The age populations we serve are: Adolescents
Unfortunately we are not able to serve: Sex Offenders; Violent Offenders; Individuals with Certain Medical Conditions
The payment types we accept are: Charity Care (e.g. scholarships, donations, etc.), No Cost
We do not offer childcare at our location.

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