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HOPE FOR

A HEALTHIER TOMORROW

We are KANZA and we are here to support you and your mental wellness. 

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KANZA

Mental Health Center

1963 – 2021 CELEBRATING

58 YEARS OF SERVICE

 

KANZA Mental Health Center is licensed as a community mental health center, and has been providing continuous outpatient mental healthcare in the region since 1963. Our licensed therapists, doctors, nurses, case managers, peer support and attendant care workers, and others who provide services to our consumers, are caring, dedicated, and trained professionals.

CENTER SERVICES

We offer Community Based Services (CBS) to youth between the ages of 3 and 22. These are specialized and intensive services that are done in our offices, the child’s home, school or daycare, or place of work.

The Community Support Services (CSS) program provides a broad array of community based services and support for residents of Brown, Doniphan, Jackson, and Nemaha Counties who live with a Severe and Persistent Mental Illness.

Outpatient services are available to help people overcome mental health and problems. These include depression, anxiety, phobias, attention deficit disorder, family, grief, anger, parenting issues and other interpersonal problems.

We offer “open access” to start services in its Hiawatha and Holton offices. Persons can call or come into either of these offices without an appointment during regular business hours between 9 AM and 4 PM.

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To schedule an appointment, please call (785) 742-7113

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CAREERS

KANZA Mental Health and Guidance Center has exciting opportunities available for outgoing and energetic individuals to become a member of our team. Working for KANZA will afford an individual the opportunity to be able to make a difference in the life of an individual with a mental illness.

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