Southwest Guidance Center
333 W 15th St,
Liberal, KS 67901
Free Mental Health Support Available now through August 2021
at Southwest Guidance Center.
Residents of Seward County who have been impacted by COVID in some way (physically, emotionally, financially, etc.) can receive mental health services at no cost to them through a grant provided by Kansas Department for Adults and Disability Services (KDADS). In order to qualify, participants must
Be a resident of Seward County
Self-identify as being negatively impacted by COVID-19
Be uninsured or under insured (i.e. do not have adequate mental health benefits).
Call 620-624-8171 to set up an appointment to meet with one of our MA level therapists to help you decide what types of mental health services might be helpful to you. Services can be provided in person or by televideo.
Participants will be asked to
Complete additional grant related paperwork at the time of intake, six months after starting treatment, and at discharge.
Meet with our SOARS Specialist to discover what benefits you might qualify for, including Medicare, Medicaid, or other local resources.
Complete routine agency paperwork related to setting up your case with Southwest Guidance Center.
Questions? Call us at 620-624-8171 and ask to speak to someone about the COVID Disaster Relief Grant.
Mental Health Resources
"How Are You Feeling?"
We are often asked this, and we say “fine.” But this has been a difficult time lately, and emotions can be complex. You may be feeling sad, worried, or stressed.
It helps to stay positive and remind yourself of your strengths. Follow this link for inspiration and resources to find what helps.
To provide quality behavioral health care to meet the needs of all residents of Seward, Stevens, Haskell, and Meade counties by assuring they receive the right service, at the right time, in the right amount, in the least restrictive environment.
To provide quality behavioral health care to our residents by respecting the personal dignity and rights of each individual and honoring his or her right to guide his or her treatment.