If you need help right now, you can reach our center 24/7 every day at 785-841-2345. We answer calls for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline in Kansas at 800-273-8255 (TALK). Our trained volunteer counselors are standing by to listen.
We also offer online emotional chat support Tuesday-Saturday, 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
If you're viewing our site via mobile, you can click the emergency links above to immediatley access our services.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Your support of our services is more important now than ever before. In today's tight economic times, we, like many social service agencies locally and nationally, face decreases in funding. While we're working hard to address those issues, we still need help to keep the phone lines open for the many people in Kansas who reach out to us for help.
Every single day of the year, we provide life-saving counseling for people in crisis 24 hours a day. We answer that call 25,000 times a year. Every caller needs to be heard and needs the skilled, caring help we provide. That is why your donation to Headquarters really does help us save lives.
Who We Are
We are a community of Board of Directors Members, Advisors, Volunteer Counselors, and Professional Staff who are passionate about making sure that emotional support and safety are available to kids, teens, and adults. We aren't big enough to serve the world, but we sure work hard for the Douglas County community, and for the state of Kansas.
News & Events
KSPRC will be at #ChannelKindness November 14th from 5:30-8:00pmOctober 31, 2017
3rd Annual "Rocky Horror Picture Show" at Helloweenfest tonightOctober 27, 2017
The actual Zombie Walk, which is the 11th annual, will begin at 7:05 p.m. at Seventh and Mass. About 10 p.m., Headquarters Counseling Center will show the classic “Rocky Horror Picture Show” on a big screen set up on Seventh Street. A more kid-friendly film is expected to be shown beforehand.
Douglas County Suicide Prevention Coalition hosts "The S Word" screening Oct. 4thOctober 2, 2017
The Douglas County Suicide Prevention Coalition is hosting a screening of The S Word at the University of Kansas. Director Lisa Klein will lead a Q&A after the screening of the film.
This event is free and open to the public.