Mental Health

Polk County Behavioral Health & Disability Services

Click HERE to see available services. If you would like more information about a particular service, please contact the Resource and Referral Line at 515-288-0818.

Crisis services are available for people experiencing a mental health crisis. If you fear for your safety or the safety of others call 911.

For non-emergency mental health needs, visit behavioral health urgent care or contact the Resource & Referral Line at 515-288-0818.

Coordination services can help you and your loved ones navigate available supports.

Find qualified treatment providers in our community to help you improve your mental health. Build mental health and disability service literacy to strengthen our community by accessing Education and Prevention services.

Individuals can access employment services to keep their current job, gain new skills or receive job placement.

Supported living services are resources for people who need additional support but still want to live an independent life. Support services cover a range of community resources that people can access to make life easier.

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