Community / Support and Groups

Case Management

Case Management services are available for adults (CSS) and Children (CBS) to provide support in the community for those who qualify.

These services are distinguished by offering rehabilitative services that are provided in the home, in the community, or in the school. The focus of these services is to work on advocacy, coordination of care, and development of positive coping skills to enhance daily living and the consumer’s quality of life. Other services available are attendant care to support consumers in activities of daily living and Psychosocial Groups to enhance skill sets for both adults and children.

Respite Care

Respite services provides relief to children and their families in order to maintain a stable lifestyle. This service is sub-contracted with SEK Respite.

Parent Support

Offering assistance and advocacy to parents by teaching effective parenting skills. There are also coordinated parent support groups that are open to the public.

Supported Employment

Supported employment services are offered to all adults and adolescents, when there is an expressed desire to obtain employment for individuals in Case Management.

Job development and support is tailored to the consumer’s individual preferences and employs peer and natural support, innovative job development, extended individual supports with a focus on job retention, career enhancements and advancement.

My Family

My Family is a Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program for families in Neosho County. The goal of the program is to strengthen families with young children, prenatal to five, through a coordinated centralized system focused on the delivery of evidence-based home visiting and other support services.

Teen Group

The teen group is a psychosocial group designed to give an opportunity to youth between the ages of 12 and 18 to discuss and learn about topics important to them; family issues, peer pressure, addictions, employment, stress, relationships, and topics related to survival during the teenage years. There are occasional guest speakers and field trips to help gain understanding in specific areas of interest.

South East Kansas Achievers

The SEKA program helps youth develop personal attitudes and social behaviors needed to function at home, school, and in the community. It is designed to increase competence and skill set in problem solving, social skills, leisure time training, and personal relationships.

Activities include social skills curriculum activities. Team building and character building activities, Community-based field trips, and arts and crafts.

SEKA programs are available during after-school hours and all-day summer program.

The Mission of the Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center is to provide, advocate, and coordinate quality mental health care, services and programs for people in its service area.

Our Vision is to improve the quality of life in Southeast Kansas