We take the time to know you and understand your goals.

When you visit us at the Healthy Lifestyle Center (HLC), we’ll begin by asking you to fill out an intake assessment so we can get a basic understanding of your health and lifestyle habits.  Everything you share remains completely confidential. Just consider it your first step towards better health.

You can complete the intake assessment at the HLC or get a head start and download it here.

We don't give generalized advice or trendy action steps.

Instead, we want to empower you with customized action steps that fit your needs.

After we understand your healthcare needs and goals, we’ll introduce you to services in our community that are already addressing your specific health needs. We’ll show you how to connect to these services (and even make initial introductions, if you need us to).

But we won’t stop there.

We’ll also use your initial assessment to build a team of experts who will work one-on-one with you at the HLC. Those experts might include audiologists, counselors, dieticians, exercise scientists, nurses and more, and they’ll give you all the personalized time and attention you need as you set goals—and reach them.

Read more about our team here.

We're your partners for as long as you need us.

If you have a medical care provider, we’ll work closely with them to ensure that our plan of action fits with your existing medical plan. And if you don’t have a medical care provider, we’ll rely on our team of Ball State University faculty, BSU students, and IU medical students to empower you with safe and healthy lifestyle changes.

Do I Need a Doctor’s Referral to Get Help from the HLC?

You can come to the Healthy Lifestyle Center by self-referral or you may also be referred by your physician. If your physician refers you to the HLC, our team will work with your physician to develop a plan that works best for your health needs and your personal goals. 

Do I Need Insurance?

No. Services at the HLC do not require insurance coverage.

How Do I Get to the Healthy Lifestyle Center if I’m Taking the MITS Bus?

If you’re taking the MITS bus to the Healthy Lifestyle Center (HLC), take the Ball State University route (Red Route #1). Download a Ball State University route schedule here, or view all MITS routes and purchase bus passes at the MITS website. To discover how to earn a free MITS pass to the HLC, contact us at 765-288-1928 (ext. 5207).

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