Available Resources

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Local Resources

Mental health and substance use is an issue that affects all our communities and increasingly, resources to support people affected by mental illness and substance abuse may be challenging to find. Communities need a place to turn for support 24/7, but often we don’t know how to respond or be helpful. 

Below, we’ve listed a number of resources that we are aware of to help support the capacity of our Grant County communities to be present for and responsive to the needs of people who are in recovery from mental illness and their families. There is hope!

*note ~ this list is actively growing. Please check regularly for updates. 

Disclaimer: The inclusion of any link on this website does not imply endorsement.


If you need one-on-one assistance, these resources are always available to you. 
  • 211 connects people with health and social service organizations. The service includes information & referral and assistance programs for needs such as healthcare, housing, and shelter, utility assistance, food, and childcare. Learn more
  • 988 is the three-digit dialing number that routes callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Learn more
  • 800-852-2923 is the local 24/7 Crisis Line that provides immediate help to individuals, families, and friends of people in emotional crisis. Learn more