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Community Resource Center

Your Health Assistance Center

Your Health Assistance Center

At Stormont Vail Health we want to provide as much information as possible to improve and empower the health of our communities. Find the most up-to-date information regarding local assistance programs.

Community Resource Line

Community Resource and Referral Line – 211

United Way 211 – Dial 211 from any phone to speak with a referral specialist 24 hours a day about COVID-19 or any other service needs you may have. Available in English and Spanish. 211

Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance

There are assistance programs here in Kansas to help relieve financial pressure for those struggling with tight budgets. Here are a few beneficial sources.

Kansas Unemployment
Loss of a job is never easy and the financial burden that follows can be crippling. Visit the Kansas Unemployment website to file for unemployment benefits or see if you are eligible.

Kansas Job Listings
COVID-19 has affected all businesses and organizations. As a result, more people are currently unemployed than ever before. Kansas Job Listings shows available matches job seekers with businesses looking for employees.

CapFed Community Care Station
CapFed Community Care Station provides rent, utility and basic needs assistance to Shawnee-County area residents. The program is designed to help lower-income households and households that experienced job loss or significant income loss due to the COVID-19. For more information, call (785) 836-4500 or email CommunityService@WeFightPoverty.org.

Housing and Credit Counseling, Inc.
Housing and Credit Counseling, Inc. helps individuals and families with budgeting, late rent or mortgage payments, Covid-19-related financial difficulties and so much more. Learn more by visiting the Housing and Credit Counseling, Inc. website.

Mental Health Assistance

Mental Health Assistance

As we continue to work through these difficult times, it’s vital we focus on not just keeping ourselves physically healthy, but mentally as well. Here are some Stormont Vail recommended mental health assistance programs.

Stormont Vail Behavioral Health
Stormont Vail Behavioral Health offers both inpatient and outpatient services for children, adolescents and adults needing emotional and mental health care. Call (785) 270-4630 to schedule an appointment or visit the Stormont Vail Behavioral Health website to learn more.

Suicide Prevention & Mental Health Resources
At Stormont Vail Health, we are committed to reducing the stigma of suicide and mental illness and raising awareness about the resources and information available.

Shawnee County Community Cares Line
Whether you are feeling isolated or just need someone to talk to, Shawnee County Community Cares Line are here for you. If you are in need of a listening ear, call 1-800-979-8199 (hours are Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. All calls are answered by community volunteers).

Professional Support Assistance Line
The Stormont Vail Behavioral Health Center has created a support service for health care workers in our region to get quick and easy access to the mental health services you may need during this critical time. We offer in-person or various telehealth methods, including virtual visits. This service is not meant to replace, but rather supplement Employee Assistance Programs and other similar benefits. Call (785) 270-4646 and use the key phrase “PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE.”

Parent Helpline
KCSL’s Parent Helpline 1-800-CHILDREN is a free, statewide, anonymous, information and referral service. It provides a trained person on the other end who will listen, empathize with your situation and offer support. There’s no question too small or problem too big. The Helpline is available 24/7 in English and Spanish and can refer you to services anywhere in Kansas. Call the Parent Helpline 1-800-CHILDREN whenever you have a question or feel frustrated, upset or confused.

On-The-Go Mental Health

On-The-Go Mental Health

There are several mobile apps and websites dedicated to relieving anxiety and stress. Here are a few apps to help you meditate, sleep and feel all around healthier and happier.

Calm
Mediation app to focus on Inner peace, Sleep, Anxiety, Focus, Emotions. Calm has a free version as well as a subscription-based version for $14.99/month. Learn more by visiting the Calm webstie.

Headspace
Headspace provides three-minute meditations for anxiety and stress management. This app helps with sleeping more soundly and weathering the storm. Discover how Headspace can help you.

Intimind (Spanish language, free and subscription)
Intimind is a meditation app in Spanish that helps relieve stress and anxiety. Visit the Intimind website for more details.

Liberate
Liberate is a free meditation created by and for people in the black, Indigenous and People of Color communities. Learn more about Liberate by visiting their website today.

Insight Timer
Insight Timer is a free app to help you manage your sleep, anxiety and stress. Start getting a better night’s rest by visiting the Insight Timer website today.

Food Assistance

Resources for Food and Assistance

United Way Resources – Dial 211 from any phone to speak with a referral specialist 24 hours a day about COVID-19 or any other service needs you may have. Available in English and Spanish.

Community Resources Council updated local resources list for COVID-19 emerging needs

Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging coordinates services for older adults.

Harvesters Community Food Network distributes countless boxes of food to hungry households through our community. Find Local Food Pantries by visiting the Harvesters website.

Need help finding food resources in Shawnee County? Here is a map of local food pantries, summer feeding sites and food giveaways. Enter your address to find resources nearby. Created and updated by Shawnee County K-State Research and Extension.

Many school districts are providing grab-and-go lunches Monday – Friday to help families feed their children. Visit your school district website to learn more.

Housing Assistance

Housing

The Kansas Eviction Prevention Program is a resource for tenants (and their landlords) struggling with the impact of COVID and facing eviction.

Housing and Credit Counseling, Inc. helps individuals and families with budgeting, late rent or mortgage payments, Covid-19-related financial difficulties and so much more. Learn more by visiting the Housing and Credit Counseling, Inc. website.

Healthy Living

Healthy Living

The best way to keep ourselves safe is to keep ourselves healthy. Here are some resources focused on physical health.

Core Power Yoga
Get access to 16 hour-long yoga classes, plus four meditations. Visit the Core Power Yoga website today to learn more.

Barre3 and The Bar Method
These ballet-meets-yoga-meets-Pilates classes are sure to make you sweat. Get 15 days free by visiting the Barre3 website.

Orangetheory
This popular endurance class focuses on intervals and targeting certain zones of your heart rate. Given the impact of COVID-19, Orangetheory is now uploading new at-home 30 minute workout routines daily. View at-home workouts by visiting the Orangetheory website.

305 Fitness
This stellar dance-cardio party is one of NYC’s most popular workout classes. In light of the COVID-19 closures, founder Sadie Kurzban is now offering free cardio dance live streams twice a day on YouTube at noon and 6 p.m. EST. Learn more by visiting the 305 Fitness website.