Important Updates Regarding Wyandot BHN and COVID-19

Important Changes to Wyandot BHN Services in Response to COVID-19 

Effective May 26, 2020

The Unified Government has announced that Wyandotte County is now under Phase 2 of Governor Laura Kelly’s re-opening plan. During Phase 2, Wyandot BHN will continue to provide services in a manner that is safe for everyone involved. Individuals may work with their providers to decide whether services will be provided face-to-face or via telehealth.

Clients visiting any Wyandot BHN location will be asked screening questions prior to their appointment. Clients will also be asked to wear a mask during their appointment. A mask can be provided if a client does not already have one.

PACES Services, at 7840 Washington, During Phase 2:

  • Outpatient therapy and psychiatry services continue to be available through telehealth
  • Face-to-face services will be available for clients who are unable to access telehealth
  • Case management services begin to resume in the community on a limited basis
  • Crisis Clinic will be open Monday-Friday from 9:00 to 4:30 p.m.
  • No transporting of clients by staff

Wyandot Center Services, at 1301 N. 47th Street, During Phase 2:

  • Outpatient therapy and psychiatry services continue to be available through telehealth
  • Face-to-face services will be available for clients who are unable to access telehealth
  • Case management services begin to resume in the community on a limited basis
  • Crisis Clinic will be open Monday – Friday from 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.
  • Frank Williams Outreach Center remains closed for drop-in center services
  • No transporting of clients by staff
  • Face-to-face groups are not available yet

As we begin to resume more office-based and community-based services, please know that Wyandot BHN will be taking extra steps to protect the people we serve, as well as our staff. Staff members will be wearing masks and offices and other common areas will be disinfected frequently.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate this situation together.

Here’s how to reach us:

  • Call 913-328-4600, Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
  • Call 913-956-5620 for RSI Crisis Stabilization Services; for an immediate mental health or substance use crisis,walk-in at RSI located at 1301 North 47th Street, Kansas City, Kansas.
  • Call 913-788-4200 for our 24/7 Crisis Line.