Community Resources for Mental Health
In July 2020, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) designated 988 as the new three-digit number for the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. Similar to calling 911 for medical emergencies, there will be trained staff to answer calls from individuals at risk for suicide and/or experiencing mental health emergencies. Specialized services will also be available for veterans, LGBTQ+ individuals, and other groups.
How it Works:
- When a call is placed to 988, a greeting message will allow the person to press 1 for Veterans Crisis Line, 2 for Spanish, or stay on the line while the call is routed to your local Lifeline network crisis center. For clarity, Springfield-Greene County Health is not the local Lifeline network crisis center and does not provide mental health services.
- Text is also available when trying to contact 988. When a person texts 988, a short survey has to be completed and will let a crisis counselor know about the situation. After this, you'll be connected with a trained crisis counselor in a crisis center who will then answer the text and provide support and resources.
- If neither text or calling is comfortable or available to you, there is also the option to visit the 988lifeline.org and chat to a crisis counselor using the chat button in the top right-hand corner of the screen. A short survey will need to be filled out before you are connected with a trained crisis counselor who will then provide support and resources over chat.
For more information, visit https://mhanational.org/resources/988.
|Burrell Main Campus, Building A (Springfield)||(417) 761-5000|
|Mercy Behavioral Health||(417) 820-2000|
|Lakeland Behavioral Health System||(417) 895-9169|
|Eustasis Psychiatric & Addiction Health||(417) 322-6622|
|Make the Connection (for Veterans)||maketheconnection.net|
|Suicide & Crisis Lifeline||988|
|Borderline Personality Disorder Hotline||888-482-7227|
|Harmony House & Victim Center Hotline||417-864-SAFE (417-864-7233)|
|Maternal Mental Health Hotline||1-833-943-5746|
Lutheran Family and Children's Services of Missouri (LFCS)
|SAMHSA’s National Helpline||1-800-662-HELP (4357)|
|Suicide/Abuse Crisis Line||800-999-9999|
|Suicide Prevention Hotline||800-273-8255|
|Spanish Suicide Prevention Hotline||800-754-2432|
|Teen Text Crisis Line|
3 p.m. to midnight, every day
|855-449-1212 (texting only)|
Other Helpful Toll-Free Numbers
|Addiction Treatment and Support||800-662-4357|
|American Foundation for Suicide Prevention||888-333-2377|
|NAMI Help Line - Info Only||800-950-6264|
|Referrals for Home & Community-Based Services||866-835-3505|
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|AIDS Project of the Ozarks||HIV Counseling, Testing, Clinic Services, Case Management||1-800-743-5767|
|Gay Resources of the Ozarks||Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Counseling, Individual or Group Therapy/Counseling||https://www.gayresourcesoftheozarks.com/|
|Stephanie Basham, LPC||Individual and couples counseling, life coaching, EMDR||https://www.ownyourstorycounseling.com/|
|Beyond Healing Center||Counseling, group therapy, EMDR Therapy, Health Coaching||(417) 942-7384|
|Quiet Strength Counseling||Online Counseling services||https://www.juliewrocklage.com/|
|Adam Bolyard, DO
Mercy Clinic, Smith Glynn Callaway
|Internal Medicine||(417) 888-5658|
|Gabrielle Irene Curtis, MD||Pain Medicine||(417) 269-7246|
|Amanda DiMartini, MA, PLPC||Professional counseling – Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy||https://thriveandbewell.com/|
|S. Craig Rooney, PhD
Burrell Behavioral Health, The Murney Clinic
|Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Pain Management
|Jamie Durfey, MD
CoxHealth, Diagnostic Clinic
|Burrell Center Child and Adolescent Services||(417) 761-5430|
|Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozarks||(417) 889-9136|
|Kids Under Twenty One||(888) 644-5886|
|Mercy Child and Adolescent Psychiatry||(417) 820-3128|