By studying emotions, behaviors, and biology relating to a person's mental well-being and
their ability to function in everyday life, and their concept of self, Behavioral health professionals
can help manage and treat their patients' concerns.
Our Behavioral Health team at SRMC diagnoses and treats addiction and recovery, anxiety
disorders, bipolar disorders, depression, grief and loss, mood disorders, trauma, PTSD, and
many other issues.
It's important to consider help before experiencing a crisis. At SRMC, we want to provide various resources you can utilize for any season of life you may be going through. Below is a list of panhandle mental health resources, aside from our own, offering assistance close to home.
Human Service Treatment Center
Substance Abuse Treatment *NO INSURANCE NEEDED*
Substance abuse assessment is necessary for admission. Hay Hajek can do these and she keeps them affordable for uninsured patients.
Northeast Panhandle Substance Abuse Center
Substance Abuse Detox
305 Foch St.
Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska 24/7 Crisis Line
Crisis Text Line
Maternal Mental Health Hotline
Nebraska Family Helpline
Nebraska Addiction Centers Listing and Hotline information
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
NOW to your convenience you can text or dial 988 to reach the Lifeline
Veterans Crisis Line
Prescribe psychiatric medications, but generally do not provide therapy/counseling.
Regional West, Scottsbluff
Provide psychological/neuropsychological evaluations, but cannot prescribe psychiatric medications.
Options in Psychology, Scottsbluff
*Dr. Ann Talbot does neuropsychological evaluations
Dr. Gage Stremensky, Scottsbluff
Provide counseling services, but cannot prescribe psychiatric medications, or do psychological/neuropsychological evaluations.
Kay Hajek, LADC (Karuna Counseling)
Substance Abuse Counseling and Evaluations
Nancy Bradford, LMHP (Destiny Counseling)
Court Ordered Counseling
TAKE A MENTAL HEALTH TEST
Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine if you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.
*Mental health conditions are real, common, and treatable and recovery is possible!*