Pawnee Mental Health Services announces the relocation of our office in Mankato to 122 West Main.
With our move we have additional space to better serve our clients in Mankato and Jewell County.
The phone number for this office remains the same 785.378.3898.
For details on services that Pawnee Mental Health Services provides please see our website at pawnee.org and follow our Facebook page.
Basic Parenting 2017 brochure
Pawnee Mental Health Services announces new dates and times for the Basic Parenting Workshop. The Basic Parenting Workshop covers a variety of topics fundamental to good parenting such as managing personal stress, understanding children and their development, establishing and maintaining reasonable limits, expressing affection and compassion, and teaching children about themselves, others and the world around them. Sessions are appropriate for parents of children of any age.
Basic Parenting is a six session workshop led by Kylee Anderson and Heidi Swanke.
To register or for more information about the Basic Parenting Workshop contact our Manhattan office at (785) 587-4350.
Mental Health First Aid is an eight hour certification course that trains participants to help people who may be experiencing a mental health problem or crisis.
You will learn:
- Risk factors and warning signs of mental health and substance use disorders (depression, anxiety, trauma, psychosis and addiction disorders)
- A five step action plan to help someone developing a mental health problem or crisis
- Local resources to turn to for help (professional, peer, self-help)
To register or for more information about Mental Health First Aid contact our office at (785) 587-4300.
Mental Health First Aid 2017 brochure
Join fellow consumers, family members, providers and advocates to learn about current mental health policy and budget issues and to educate our Kansas Legislators!
Pawnee Mental Health Services is proud to be a sponsor of the NAMI Sweetheart Gala this evening at Houston Street Ballroom in Manhattan. Tickets are still available. Contact namikansas.org
Should it be necessary for Pawnee Mental Health Services to be closed due to bad weather conditions, we want you to know that help is still available – as always – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are experiencing an emergency please call 1-800-609-2002. If you feel there is imminent risk of harm, you should call 911.
Across Kansas 9 locations will be offering a screening of the movie “Family Journeys” in recognition of International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day Saturday November 19th.
3 of these 9 locations are Pawnee Mental Health Services locations.
Our events are as follows:
210 W. 21st St – Concordia
814 Caroline Ave – Junction City
2001 Claflin Rd – Manhattan
All events begin at 10am – the screening will take place followed by discussion and question and answer lead by a member of Pawnee’s Treatment Team.
Everyone is invited to attend this free event.
We invite everyone to join us as we celebrate our 60th anniversary today from 4pm to 6pm at 814 Caroline Ave in Junction City
Please join us from 2pm to 4pm at our office – 121 W. 21st in Concordia. From 4:45pm to 5:30pm – hear community leaders speak on the importance of Pawnee services in the area, We will be accepting donations of toys for use in our children’s therapy services. Refreshments will be served.
Robbin Cole, Executive Director, Pawnee Mental Health Services, has been named the recipient of the Chamberlain-Rapp Exemplary Leadership Award by Kansas Consumer Advisory Council for Adult Mental Health, Inc.
The Chamberlain-Rapp Exemplary Leadership Award Named after Ronna Chamberlain and Charlie Rapp, professors at the University of Kanas, School of Social Welfare, the Chamberlain-Rapp Exemplary Leadership Award is given annually to a mental health provider who has exhibited outstanding leadership skills on behalf of Kanas consumers and the recovery movement in the state. We are honored to present this award to ROBBIN COLE. Robbin is the Executive Director of Pawnee Mental Health Services that serves consumers in North Central Kansas. Named the 2011 Kansas Social Worker of the Year, she is a staunch advocate for consumers in the state, also serving as a member of the Governor’s Behavioral Health Services Planning Council.