KCKPS Care Line And Additional Resources

KCKPS Care Line And Additional Resources

We know that there is a lot going on in the world and that is why KCKPS wants you to know we are here for YOU.

Have questions on how to talk to your kids? We are here.

Having a hard time processing all that is going on? We are here.

 

Need to speak to a caring adult?

Call the KCKPS Care Line at 913-954-0219

Need to make a report?

Call the KCKPS Report Number at 913-627-2550

Need support dealing with trauma and support coping with feelings of sadness, anxiety or grief?

We can help connect you to PACES at 913-563-6500.

A 24-hour Crisis Line is 913-788-4200.

Need support dealing with dealing depression, anxiety, trauma, isolation or thoughts about self-harm?

We can connect you to Vibrant Health at 913-342-2552.  Need to speak to someone immediately call 1-800-273-TALK(8255)

 

–ADDITIONAL RESOURCES–

 

CHILD ABUSE

Reporting in Kansas: Department for Children and Families 1-800-922-5330

Reporting in Missouri: Department of Social Services 1-800-392-3738

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

KC Metro Hotline: 816-HOTLINE

SAFEHOME: 913-262-2868, serving Johnson/Miami County

Joyce Williams Center/Friends of Yates: 913-321-0951, serving Wyandotte County

 

HOMELESSNESS

Homeless Hotline: 816-474-4599

Johnson County Interfaith Hospitality Network 913-345-2121

Catholic Charities 913-433-2100

KIDSTLC and KC Homeless Guide, SOS hotline for Teens: 913-324-3619

Contact your school district at 913-279-2150.

 

LGBTQ COMMUNITY SUPPORT

LGBTQ Violence KCAVP Hotline: 816-561-0550

Children’s Mercy Hospital Gender Pathway Services for Gender-Variant, Gender-Questioning and Transgender Children. For Patients and Families 816-960-8844, for Healthcare Professionals 1-800-466-3729

Kansas City Anti-Violence Project  The Kansas City Anti-Violence Project (KCAVP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation committed to providing domestic violence, sexual assault, and hate crimes advocacy and education to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community. If you are in need of help call KCAVP at 816-561-0550

 

SEXUAL VIOLENCE

For information or help on sexual assault, sexual harassment, or other sexual violence…

MOCSA exists to improve the lives of those impacted by sexual assault and abuse, and to prevent sexual violence in our community.

Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault MOCSA Crisis Line: 913-642-0233

Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN) National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-565-HOPE(4673)

 

 SUICIDE

If this is an emergency, please go to the nearest emergency room or dial 911.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline  1-800-273-8255

Kansas Suicide Prevention 1-785-841-2345

 

YOUTH CRISIS/RUNAWAY

KIDSTLC SOS hotline for Teens: 913-324-3619

KidsTLC provides children with a continuum of care through innovative and successful psychiatric treatment, outreach to homeless teens, outpatient behavioral health, autism and parent support programs.

Synergy Services Youth Crisis Line: 816-741-8700

Synergy Offers a wide variety of services to survivors including emergency shelter for both domestic violence survivors and youth, 24-hour crisis hotlines, support groups, residential shelter for abused and neglected children, transitional living and clinical services.

National Runaway Switchboard: 1-800-RUNAWAY

 

CONCERNS ABOUT HAVING THOUGHTS OF SEXUALLY HARMING OTHERS

Stop It Now this link specifically leads to help and guidance for concerns regarding adult and child behaviors, including your own thoughts and behaviors. National Prevention Hotline 1.888.PREVENT

National Center on the Sexual Behavior of Youth Resources for Professionals and Parents, Youth resources coming soon. Click here for Resources specifically for parents/caregivers concerned about sexual behaviors of youth

 

VICTIM ASSISTANCE UNIT

Johnson County: 913-715-3004

Wyandotte County: 913-573-8251

Posted June 26, 2020

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