Emergency Services / Crisis Intervention
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911.
Crisis Line: If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, but not in immediate danger, you may call our local crisis line at (620) 723-2656 or toll-free (888) 877-0376. This line has trained staff available 24 hours per day and 7 days per week to provide crisis support and referral to the right resources to meet your needs.
When life has reached a point causing you to feel that you can’t manage it on your own, is a good time to call crisis. This may include emotional distress, family conflict, significant loss, substance related crisis and many other stressors. The following are some common reasons for calling the crisis line:
- Thoughts or plans of suicide or ending your own life
- Self harming behavior including cutting or other harmful behaviors
- Thoughts or plans of harming someone else
- Major conflicts with family members including children perhaps to the point involving law enforcement
- Sudden or traumatic loss of a loved one or anything that impacts your ability to live your life in a normal way
- Lack of access to basic needs including food, shelter, and medications
- Alcohol or drug related issues that create risk to self or others