Several years ago, Headquarters was restructured to include additional programs outside of the counseling center. The new organization name was Headquarters, Inc., the “parent organization,” (or “umbrella,” if you will) of Headquarters Counseling Center, the Kansas Suicide Prevention Resource Center, and future programs, partnerships, and opportunities to serve where there is a community need.
To better serve the public, Headquarters, Inc. will become
KSPHQ, or the Kansas Suicide Prevention HQ–still the home of Headquarters Counseling Center and the Kansas Suicide Prevention Resource Center. Continue reading “Headquarters, Inc. is now KSPHQ, or the Kansas Suicide Prevention HQ”
March is Kansas AG Month
Agriculture, Farmers and Ranchers specifically, remain the group with one of the highest rates of suicide. If you know anyone in the in the AG community, learn the warning signs of suicide. If you’re concerned that someone you know may be considering suicide, use this guide to talk to them.
Of course, if you need any help or you or someone you know is in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. As your local Lifeline Crisis Center, your call will come to Headquarters first. If for any reason we are unable to answer, your call will “roll” to another crisis center.
You can also call Headquarters directly at 785-841-2345, chat online at CrisisChat.org or text KANSAS to 741-741. Continue reading “#KSAGMonth”
The new 3-digit phone number for mental health is expected to come fully online in late 2021 or early 2022. Here’s what you need to know…
Continue reading “988 – The new crisis line for mental health”