For the past 70 years, the Wyandot Behavioral Health Network family of organizations has been serving the behavioral health needs of Wyandotte County, Kansas, and beyond. Our commitment to serving children, adults and families began in 1953 as the Wyandotte County Child Guidance Center. Four years later, we expanded our services to include adults, as well as children.
Since then, Wyandot Behavioral Health Network’s family of organizations has grown to include Wyandot Center, serving adults; PACES, serving children and families; RSI, providing 24/7/365 crisis stabilization services; and Kim Wilson Housing, providing housing solutions and support services for individuals facing homelessness.
Over the past seven decades, our mission and purpose has not changed. We are here to help people with mental health needs thrive. We strive to provide trauma-informed, person-centered, culturally competent care to children, adults and families.
While each organization provides their own services, we all share the same values, the same vision, and the same purpose: to help people with mental health needs thrive.
Wyandot Center provides behavioral health services for adults, including psychiatric care, case management, peer support, crisis stabilization and individual and group therapy.
PACES provides children and adolescents who are experiencing behavioral and emotional challenges with individual and group therapy, parent support, case management, respite care and psychosocial groups.
Kim Wilson Housing provides individuals experiencing homelessness with safe, affordable and sustainable housing options and support services.
RSI provides 24/7 care and treatment for residents of Wyandotte, Johnson, Leavenworth and Douglas Counties experiencing mental health and/or substance use crises.