Why choose Bowen?



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Bowen Center Mission

Bowen Center’s mission is to positively impact the quality of life of those we serve by providing professional, caring, cost-effective behavioral healthcare services.



History of Bowen Center

 

Mobile Clinics

Bowen Center begins providing community based services to St. Joe, Elkhart, Wells, Adams and Grant counties.

May 2017
 

Inpatient Unit Relocated

Bowen Center opens a new 16 bed state-of-the-art Inpatient Unit in Pierceton, IN.

September 2016
 

Corporate Office Relocated

Bowen Center relocates its Corporate Office to East Jefferson Street in Warsaw, IN. 

June 2014
 

Patient Medical Record

Bowen Center implements an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) System. The upgrade provides more comprehensive and efficient tools to manage client care.

August 2013
 

Bowen Center Expands

Bowen Center begins providing services in Steuben and DeKalb County.

March 2013
 

Bowen Center Expands

Bowen Center begins providing services in Lagrange County.

December 2010
 

Bowen Center Expands

Bowen Center begins providing services in Syracuse, Indiana.

January 2001
 

Bowen Center Expands

Bowen Center begins providing services in Noble County.

January 2001
 

Bowen Center Expands

Bowen Center begins providing services in Allen County.

January 1997
 

Founding Member of ASPIN

Bowen Center becomes a founding member of the Affiliated Service Providers of Indiana (ASPIN), a Behavioral Health Managed Care Network.

January 1996
 

Carlson named President/CEO

Kurt Carlson becomes the President/CEO of Bowen Center.

June 1989
 

Bowen Center Accreditation

Bowen Center receives Joint Commission accreditation, something we proudly maintain to this day.

July 1981
 

The Bowen Center

Five County Mental Health Clinic becomes The Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services, Inc. in honor of Governor Otis R. Bowen, M.D. 

June 1977
 

Bowen Center Expands

Bowen Center begins providing services in Huntington County.  Our name changes to Five County Mental Health Clinic.  

March 1966
 

Bowen Center Officially Opens

Bowen Center, known as Four County Mental Health Clinic begins providing services in Kosciusko, Marshall, Wabash and Whitley counties.

March 1961