Behavioral Health Resource Links

From managing stress and emotions to building healthy relationships, behavioral health influences every aspect of our daily experiences. It plays a crucial role in determining our overall health and quality of life. 

Taking care of yourself can sometimes feel like a full-time job, but nurturing your body helps boost and regulate your mental, emotional, and social well-being.

Behavioral Health Community Resources

Community resources provide you and your loved ones with the necessary tools, guidance, and support to maintain mental wellness and cope with behavioral health challenges. 

We have numerous resources available in Kenosha County, from support groups to soup kitchens and everything in between. Browse other behavioral health resources below or download the full Kenosha County Community Resources Directory in English (PDF) or Spanish (PDF).

  • 988 Lifeline - A national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - Dedicated to saving lives and brining hope to those affected by suicide, including those who have experienced a loss.
  • Center for Suicide Awareness - Dedicated to preventing suicide through proactive education, training, emotional support, collaboration and intervention
  • Drug Rehab Services - Committed to helping individuals and their families across the United States find a drug rehab center to help them overcome addiction and prevent substance use
  • Emotional Support - Text HOPELINE to 741741 for emotional support 24/7
  • Mental Health America - Dedicated to the promotion of mental health, well-being and illness prevention
  • Mental Health America-LGBTQ+ - Mental Health America addresses the many issues LGBTQ+ people experience leading to mental health struggles. 
  • Mental Health America Screening - Online screening is a quick and easy way to determine if you're experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition
  • Mental Health First Aid - Learn skills to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders
  • National Council for Mental Wellbeing - Advocating for life-saving legislation and increasing mental health literacy
  • Parent's Guide to Fentanyl in English (PDF) and Spanish (PDF) - For drug prevention education to safeguard children and teens from the growing Fentanyl threat
  • Partnership to End Addiction - A diverse community of researchers, advocates, clinicians, and communicators dedicated to addiction prevention, treatment and recovery
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
  • Substance Abuse Resources and Support for College Students - Substance abuse can be detrimental to a young person's college success and future. Use this guide to get informed and know how to act if someone you care about starts to show signs of substance abuse in college.
  • We’re In This Together - Promoting positive mental health for teens feeling isolated 
  • WISE – Initiative for Stigma Elimination, a national coalition of organizations and individuals promoting inclusion and support for those affected by mental illness and addiction/substance use through evidence-based practices for stigma reduction efforts

Contact the Behavioral Health Resource Center 

The Resource Center is located at 3536 52nd Street, Kenosha. The phone lines are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday; doors open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday. Everyone is welcome to call or visit during operating hours to use available services. No appointment is necessary.