Alcoholics Anonymous – (785) 354-3888
Association of Community Mental Health Centers of Kansas, Inc. – (785) 234-4773, www.acmhck.org
Behavioral Health Services at Stormont-Vail West – assisting patients of all ages in crisis situations or psychiatric emergencies with inpatient and partial hospital services (785) 270-4600 or visit http://www.stormontvail.org/Facilities/SVWest.html.
Breakthrough House – Compeer, housing, emergency aid, and clubhouse for individuals with mental illness. Call (785) 232-6807 or visit www.breakthroughhouse.org.
Catholic Charities – food/clothing assistance, housing/utility assistance, personal hygiene support, family support, refugee and immigration services, (785) 233-6300, catholiccharitiesks.org
Celebrate Recovery – Topeka – 1912 SW Gage Blvd., (785) 272-7980, www.crtopeka.org
Community Resources Council – (785) 233-1365, firstname.lastname@example.org
Depression Bipolar Support Alliance Topeka – meets at Shawnee County Topeka Public Library on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm for support and education. Call (785) 271-5898, email@example.com.
Doorstep – emergency financial services for clothing, food, rent, transportation prescriptions, utilities to promote independence, (785) 357-5341, doorsteptopeka.org
Family Service and Guidance Center – behavioral health care services for children and families. Call (785) 232-5005 or visit www.fsgctopeka.com.
Food Assistance Program – (785) 296-2500, dcf.ks.gov
Kansas City Regional HUD Office – 400 State Ave. Rm 200, Kansas City, KS 66101, (913) 551-5644, Fax (913) 551-5469
Kansas Tobacco Quit Line – 1 (800) 784-8669
Let’s Help – to assist in maintaining or gaining independence with food/clothing assistance, continued education services, senior employment services, and emergency services (785) 234-6208, letshelpinc.org
Marian Dental Clinic – dental care that provides payment plans, treatment coordination, and sliding scale fees to ensure affordability, (785) 232-2800, mariandental.org
Meals on Wheels – hot meals for seniors and homebound individuals in Shawnee, Jefferson, and Douglas counties, midlandcareconnection.org, (785) 430-2186
Narcotics Anonymous – (785) 232-5683
National Alliance on Mental Illness Kansas – (785) 233-0755, 1-800-539-2660, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://ks.nami.org.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Topeka – Local support groups and educational meetings for consumers and family members. Contact (785) 273-3072 email@example.com
Positive Connections – services and advocacy for individuals who are impacted by HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, and Hepatitis C, (785) 232-3100, pcneks.org
Prevention And Recovery Services – (PARS) 2209 SW 29th St., Topeka, KS 66611, (785) 266-8666 www.parstopeka.com
Safe Streets of Topeka/Shawnee County – www.safestreets.org
Salvation Army – resources for disaster relief, LGBTQ support, food, low-income, human trafficking, job training, veteran services, domestic abuse, after-school programs, substance abuse, housing, (785) 233-9648, salvationarmyusa.org
Shawnee County Health Department – affordable health care to Shawnee County, childcare licensing, health home visitation services, provides COVID19 information, prevention, vaccinations, and testing (785)251-5600, snco.us/HD
Shawnee County Suicide Prevention Coalition – awareness of suicide and resources for prevention of suicide, scspc.org
Shelter Plus Care (Housing & Neighborhood Development City of Topeka) – 620 SE Madison, Topeka, KS 66607, (785) 368-3711
Sunshine Connection – (Consumer Run Organization) 3434 SW 6th Avenue, Topeka Kansas. Open Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday (785) 232-0315.
Survivors of Suicide/HEAL Topeka – for family members and friends who have lost a loved one to suicide. Meets at Pozez Education Center, 1505 SW 8th. www.http://topekasurvivors.20M.com
Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library – provides resources such as after school meal program, career assistance, computer education, and senior services as well as library services, (785) 580-4400, tscpl.org
TRM – provides shelter to the unsheltered, support in obtaining and maintaining employment and financial security, food/clothing assistance, human trafficking services, mobile showers/laundry, and more (785)354-1744, trmonline.org
United Way 211 – resource line to connect people to volunteer opportunities, employment, food pantries, training, help for aging citizens, addiction prevention programs, affordable housing, and support groups – dial 211
YWCA – health/financial support/resources for women and civil rights, (785) 233-1750,www.ywcaneks.org