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Crisis Resources

Supporting a Loved-one Through a Mental Health Crisis

Coping with Crisis


Suicide Prevention/Postvention Resources

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Local Supports

Central Nebraska LOSS Team: After a suicide, loved ones are forced to cope with the loss. The pain, at times, is insurmountable. Central Nebraska L.O.S.S. (Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors) is here to help loved ones in need. The L.O.S.S team consists of clinical professionals, law enforcement officials, clergy and survivors of a loved one’s suicide. Contact for more information.
Mid-Plains Center for Behavioral Health Services: 24-Hour Crisis Line 1-800-515-3326, Triage and Crisis Stabilization Center
Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital Behavioral Services Crisis Center:
Referral/Crisis Line 402-463-7711
24-hour crisis line staffed with licensed professionals to assist with mental health needs.
Richard Young Behavioral Health Center
(308) 865-2000
(800) 930-0031
Outpatient/Assessment through Access Center 24-Hr Crisis Phone Youth Services: Youth Crisis Service (Ages 14 and older) Outpatient/Assessment through Access Center 24-Hr Crisis
South Central Behavioral Health Services:  SCBS offers 24/7 Crisis Services for those in need of immediate assistance. Crisis Response Therapists available for Buffal and Hall Counties.
Hastings: 402-463-5684
Kearney: 308-237-5951
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Phone: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Crisis Text Line Text NAMI to 741-741 to connect with a trained crisis counselor to receive crisis support via text message.
Rae of Hope Foundation: The mission of McKenna’s Rae of Hope Foundation is to prevent suicide by fostering awareness, resilience and social change. We strive to do this by holding events that teach others to be kinder, recognize the signs of mental illness or struggle, open up conversations and make our world a little more hopeful.
Kim Foundation: The Kim Foundation’s mission is to serve as a supportive resource and compassionate voice for lives touched by mental illness and suicide. Our vision is a community free of suicide that embraces the importance of quality mental health services and prevention.



(308) 381-7487
In the case of an emergency, call 911.