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.