Crisis Services

Sometimes problems at home, at school or in the community can escalate until they become overwhelming and out-of-control - even harmful. Family Service & Guidance Center's (FSGC) Crisis Services are available 24/7. Crisis clinicians and case managers are ready for consultation, probem-solving and, when needed, face-to-face intervention.

When a child or adolescent family member (up to age 18) is experiencing a mental health emergency, Family Service & Guidance Center can help anytime, day or night.

 Call Crisis Services (785.232.5005) if your child is experiencing any of the following:

  • If your child has an FSGC treatment plan and needs help working through the safety/crisis plan.
  • If your child is having ideas of suicide or homicide.
  • If your child is hearing voices or seeing things that aren’t really there.
  • If you feel your child is in immediate risk of harming self or others due to mental illness.

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1. Do not call Family Service & Guidance Center.


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Did you know?

FSGC’s Families Supporting Recovery is a collaboration with the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare. IDDT treats teens with both mental health issues and substance use problems, addressing both at the same time. FSGC is the only mental health provider in the country that provides this innovative treatment.