Family Supports

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    Children's Community Based Program - Mental Health Association

    Our Children's Community-Based Services program provides intervention, case work, and mentoring for children dealing with a serious emotional disorder. We also work with the immediate family members of those children, assisting them in providing support through the process which dramatically increases the child's ability to live, learn, and participate fully in their environment.


    Counseling Center - Mental Health Association

    We are a team of licensed therapists, addiction counselors, and medication providers in Wichita, Kansas who would love to help you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery.


    Crisis Nursery - Kansas Children's Service League

    Crisis Nursery is a case management program that can assist families with emergency childcare for children 0-5 when unexpected situations occur.  This program can also help with school-aged children based on availability of funding.
    Program Contact: Victoria Raigosa or 316-942-4261 x1312


    Family Resource Center - Kansas Children's Service League

    The Wichita Family Resource Center (FRC) supports families to be healthy and successful. Building protective factors for children and families, the Wichita FRC promotes coordinated community support and strategies to ensure families thrive.
    Program Contact: Rosa Cisneros at (316) 942-4261 x1321 or


    Kinship Navigator Program - Kansas Children's Service League

    The Kinship Navigator helps families that are caring for children that are not biologically their own. This could be a grandparent, relative, or family friend.  They help navigate families through the legal guardianship process as well as connect them with services, benefits needed to care for the children in their home and help overcome potential issues and barriers they may face. 
    Program Contact:  Lola Loredo or 316-942-4261 x1328


    OneCare Kansas Program - Mental Health Association

    MHA would like to help. Through OneCare Kansas @ MHA (OCK), our team provides extra support to help manage your care needs, lower your hospital and emergency room visits and improve your health and overall well-being.

    Prevention Programs - Mental Health Association

    Youth Prevention services provide early intervention and prevention programs for the youth of Sedgwick County at schools, preschools, camps, community centers, and treatment facilities free of charge. Participants in each program can be referred by parents, school staff, community center directors, or other appropriate contacts.

    Youth and Family Stabilization Program - Mental Health Association

    Youth and Family Services (YFS) is a no-cost program designed to strengthen and stabilize families by providing hands-on training for relationship skills, workforce readiness, and life skills. We work with at-risk families who have children ages 5-24 in prevention and early intervention services to reduce poverty, prevent youth from engaging in high-risk behaviors and to help families achieve and maintain stability.