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The Treatment & Recovery Center seeks to bridge a gap in our community that serves our neighbors and loved ones with serious mental illness and addiction disorders when they are in crisis. Many other resources already exist to help anyone at a different stage in their journey to the life they deserve. 

Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center

The Bert Nash Center (BNC) provides outpatient services that address diverse mental health needs of children, families, and adults. 

Heartland Community Health Center

Provides quality and compassionate health care to all people in Lawrence and surrounding areas – focusing on integrated, patient-centered care for all.​

Lawrence Douglas County Public Health

Provides accurate information about factors that influence health, promotes the use of proven, effective health promotion strategies, and encourages and supports community-based changes in policies, systems and environment that positively impact health for all.


DCCCA provides social and community services that improve the safety, health, and well-being of those they serve.

Heartland RADAC

Dedicated to raising awareness in our communities, serving those in need and reducing the stigma that is commonly associated with substance use disorders.​

LMH Health

LMH Health is community-owned, not-for-profit hospital that serves the health care needs of the community regardless of an individual's ability to pay.


 Headquarters Counseling Center is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Crisis Center serving all of Kansas. When you call from a Kansas area code, your call comes to Headquarters Counseling Center first. Our highly-trained volunteer counselors are standing by to listen.

Call or text 988

24 hr phone: (785) 841-2345

Lawrence-Douglas County Housing Authority

To transform lives through accessible, affordable housing opportunities for all Douglas County residents.

Douglas County

Douglas County health care agencies are collaborating to build an integrated system of care that moves from crisis and illness as norm to recovery and prevention as a practice.

What we don’t need in the midst of struggle is shame for being human.
-Brené Brown

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