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Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resources

Crisis Numbers:

Always call 911 if you are in immediate need!


For in school support contact the school mental health counselor:

Jordan Chandler, MSW, LSW

The National Crisis and Suicide Hotline number has changed:

Now call or text 988

Or use to live chat with a crisis support person


Crisis Text Line:

Text “Home” to 741741

LGBT Youth Crisis Hotline:

For free and confidential peer support for LGBTQ+ (and questioning) individuals who are 25 and younger.

Call: 1-800-246-7743

Lines open: Mon.-Fri. 4:00 pm - 12:00 midnight; Sat. 12:00 noon - 5:00 pm.


For crisis and non-crisis support. 100% operated by trans-identifying individuals for trans-identifying or questioning individuals.

Call: 1-877-565-8860

Lines open: 24/7 (generally); guaranteed service 10:00 am - 4:00 am.  

Ellos hablan español.

Trevor Lifeline for LGBT Youth:

Call: 1-866-488-7386

Text: "START" to 678-678


Teen Substance Use HelpLine:


Lines open 24/7

Other Helpful Resources

Local Mental Health Agencies:

Cummins Behavioral Health

701 N. Englewood Dr.


Valley Oaks Health

1480 Darlington Ave.

(765) 362-2852

Valley Professionals

1810 Lafayette Rd.

(765) 362-5100

Integrative Wellness

407 E. Market St.

(765) 680-0071

Child and Family Counseling LLC

307 S. Washington St.

(765) 362-4800

Magnolia Child & Family Therapy

200 E. College Street Suite L1

(765) 367-4340

Mesa Waa Gii, LLC

115 N. Green Street

(765) 231-5672

Online Therapy Options:

Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Locator Tool