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Central Kansas Mental Health Center’s mission is to make life better in our communities by providing excellent mental health services, education and integrated care which exceeds patients’ expectations.
We help people of all ages -- children, teens, adults -- find new, more effective ways to deal with the challenges and problems everyone encounters at various times in life.START HERE
“If it wasn’t for this place I would have died a long time ago. Thank God for you.”
“Please know and believe that your gifts and leadership ARE truly changing the world, you have definitely changed ours!”
“As a client of CKMHC, I was treated with dignity. This center provides empathy and patience which is so important.”
“My son spent a number of years in a VA hospital before I brought him to Kansas. The Crossroads program SAVED his life. The help he got was the greatest. I am indebted to you and have referred a lot of people to your program.”
“By far the best doctor I have ever had (and I have had a lot). Keep up the good work.”
“My son has been in and out of jail and I was struggling with what to do. I called the mental health center and was able to get all the information I needed and everyone was so nice. I couldn’t believe how wonderful everyone was to talk to, everyone really cared about my situation and wanted to really help us.”
“Our case manager shares information, resources and perspective on life with a flare of kindness that rivals none. She invests that flare into our community and families and makes our Salina a beautiful place, filled with encouraged souls.”
“So much investment being shared from so many people into our son… I can’t wait to see what he grows into!”
Three additional staff members at Central Kansas Mental Health Center have passed certification to become mental health first aid (MHFA) trainers. Gretchen Boyum, Julie Clayson, and Taylor Haws recently participated […]
While the COVID-19 public health emergency has made working closely with others more challenging, community members in the central Kansas county of Ellsworth (pop. 6,231) saw it as an opportunity […]