A HEALTHIER TOMORROW
We are KANZA and we are here to support you and your mental wellness.
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Mental Health Center
1963 – 2022 CELEBRATING
59 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.
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To schedule an appointment, please call (785) 742-7113
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.
Client Intake Packet
Click the links below from SeniorHousing.net for resources to
learn about the right care for you and your loved one.
Click the links below for Community Health resources.
To offer the best experience, clients can fill out the Kanza Client Intake Packet prior to arriving at the office for their appointment. By using OhMD, a HIPAA-compliant platform, your forms are sent to the Kanza office securely.
Providing Kansans the resources they need to help cope with ag-related stress.
Kansas farmers, ranchers, and their families are the backbone of this state, providing us with high-quality crops, livestock, and dairy products. Unfortunately, the stress that comes with these responsibilities can be overwhelming. Caring for your own heath and wellness in this high-stress profession is often overlooked but is just as critical as caring for your farm business.
Resources compiled on this website can help care for and assist Kansas farmers and ranchers in their well being.