Behavioral Health Resources
Lawrence Public Library
The library has an online collection of community resources about food security, general health, jobs and more.
You can also find links to health and wellness information if you're looking to hit the books.
Find direct services for community members in need. United Way helps the community with education, health and job security.
Additional community resources
Mental Health Resources:
Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center has a great collection of mental health resources on its FAQ page
It also offers 24/7 phone support at: (785) 843-9192
And courses in Mental Health First Aid.
University of Kansas
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides counseling and other services to KU students. CAPS is currently offering virtual counseling sessions.
The free, myStrength App provides digital self-care resources 24/7, including treatment-inspired exercises, mindfulness meditations and self-care activities.
Sign up for myStrength by visiting: mystrength.com and using the code: DouglasCounty
Trauma-Informed Care & Resiliency Resources
The Alive and Well program offers local training and education to help Douglas County members understand the impact of trauma.
Compassion Resilience Toolkit:
Find free resources for teachers, healthcare workers and parents/caregivers about compassion resilience.
Community Children's Center
Community Children's Center of Kansas offers educational opportunities for parents and caregivers, along with support for early childhood needs.