Find accredited providers, assertive community treatment, intensive residential services, Iowa community mental health centers, and subacute facility-based services. Learn more about providers and treatment services.
Find crisis service, including mobile response, 23-hour observation services, adult and child crisis stabilization residential services, and more. Learn more about crisis services.
For 24/7 disaster crisis counseling, call the Iowa Concern Hotline at 800-447-1985. The Iowa Disaster Behavioral Health Response Team (DBHRT) is a trained team of volunteers who will respond to the mental health needs of Iowa residents following disasters and critical incidents. Learn more about disaster services.
Iowa PATH workers reach out to adults who are homeless and live with mental illness, substance abuse and trauma, offering them connections to hope, healing, resilience, housing, treatment and recovery in Iowa's mental health system of care. Learn more about housing and homelessness transition.
IMPORTANT: If you—or someone you know—is having suicidal thoughts or experiencing a crisis, call or text 9-8-8 from your phone, or chat with a trained professional at 988Lifeline.org. There is hope.