Community referrals

For those individuals who are not students, faculty and staff at WSU, you may not be eligible for services at the CTC. You may also be seeking a service that is not provided by the WSU CTC (such as child therapy, neuropsychological testing, state disability assessment or custody and parenting evaluations). If so, there are several local agencies below which may be able to assist you:

Community organizations

  • Prairie View Regional Mental Health Center is a non-profit behavioral and mental health center with six locations in Kansas (Newton, East and West Wichita, Hutchinson, McPherson and Marion). They offer treatment in psychiatric hospitalization, outpatient services, a community support program and an accredited day school and organizational consultation services. They commonly treat children, adolescents, adults and older adults for a complete range of behavioral and mental health issues including depression, anxiety, stress, anger, eating disorders, dementia, sexually related issues, grief, cognitive disorders, alcohol and substance abuse issues and family and marriage issues.
    • 1901 E. First St., P.O. Box 467
      Newton, KS 67114-0467
    • East Campus: 634-4700
    • West Campus: 729-6555
    • info@pvi.org
  • Kansas University School of Medicine - Wichita is a medical training and treatment center with staff providing outpatient medical and psychiatric treatment services. Psychiatric treatment is typically provided through a staff physician or referring physician.
    • 1010 North Kansas
      Wichita, KS 67214-3199
    • 316-293-2635
  • COMCARE of Sedgwick County is the community mental health center serving residents of Sedgwick County. They provide treatment for 24 hour Suicide Prevention, Crisis Intervention, Children, Adult Mental Health, Adult Addiction Treatment, Adult Community Support, Homelessness and Sedgwick County Offender Assessment.
    • 635 N. Main
      Wichita, KS 67203
    • First appointment: 660-7540
    • Outpatient Services: 660-7675
    • Sliding fee scale
  • South Central Mental Health is the community mental health centers serving residents of Butler County. SCMH provides services for individual, group and family therapy, adults and children as well as services that assist with companies.
    • 120 S. Gordy Suite 3
      El Dorado, KS 67042
    • Andover: 316-733-5047
    • Augusta: 316-425-0073
    • El Dorado: 316-321-6036
    • Sliding fee scale available.

Other student and university psychological treatment services

  • Wichita State University Psychology Department Clinic — Services are open to the community for assessment and general therapy.
    • 412 Jabara Hall
    • 316-978-3212
    • Sliding fee scale
  • Friends University — Center on Family Living offers marital, couples, and family counseling and is open to the community.
    • 2100 W. University Ave.
      Wichita, KS 67213
    • 316-295-5638 (automated line)
    • Sliding fee scale
  • Wichita State University Student Health Services provides for the physical health needs of WSU students.
    • 209 Ahlberg Hall
    • 316-978-3620

Local, private and community clinics

  • Catholic Charities has psychology and social work counseling available.
    • 425 N. Topeka
    • Wichita, KS 67202
    • 316-263-6941
    • Sliding fee scale
  • Counseling & Mediation Center offers counseling to individuals, families, and couples of all ages.
    • 200 W. Douglas, Suite 560
      Wichita, KS 67202
    • 316-269-2322
    • Sliding fee scale
  • Family Consultation Service
    • 560 N. Exposition St
      Wichita, KS 67203
    • 316-264-8317
  • Psychology Consultants
    • 10222 W Central Ave #202
      Wichita, KS 67212
    • 316-773-9525
    • Evening and weekend hours are available.
  • Behavioral Medicine Specialists
    • 7829 E Rockhill St. #101
    • Wichita, KS 67206
    • 316-686-5195
    • Closed Fridays after 12 p.m.
  • Via Christi Psychiatry Clinic
    • 1100 N. St. Francis (Near St. Francis Regional Medical Center)
    • 316-291-4950
  • StartYourRecovery.org is a free, confidential tool that helps individuals take steps toward a healthy relationship with drugs and alcohol.