Behavioral Health Services and Programs

The Behavioral Health System in Kansas offers an array of services for persons and communities in need of prevention, treatment and recovery services. Kansas is a community-based services state, meaning that the system is designed in such a way as to ensure that individuals can receive necessary services in their community, instead of in an institution, whenever possible. 

Contact Information for Providers

  • Alcohol and Drug Evaluators (information on Alcohol and Drug Evaluators licensed by the State of Kansas). This information can be found under the "Behavioral Health Licensing" link on the linked page and is presented in an excel spreadsheet sortable by county, city, or facility name.
  • Mental Health Directory (contact information for a variety of mental health providers, including but not limited to Advocacy Programs, Community Mental Health Centers, Consumer-Run Organizations, Nursing Facilities for Mental Health, Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities, Residential Care Facilities, State Hospitals, Private Psychiatric Hospitals)
  • Methodone Treatment Programs (information on where to find Methodone treatment in Kansas)
  • List of AA meetings in Kansas (information on Alcholics Anonymous meetings in Kansas)