RESOURCE GUIDE

Frontier Community Coalition

  • General Links and Services (available for all Counties)
    • ​​National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1 (800) 273-8255
      • ​Free and confidential hotline. Callers will be connected to a trained counselor in the area. Available 24/7 and provides support for people in distress.
      • They also have a chat function available on their website, suicidepreventionlifeline.org.
      • National text line: Text "home" to 741-741
    • Veteran's Crisis Hotline: 1 (800) 273- 8255
    • National Hopeline Network: 1 (800) 442-4673
      • Their focus is suicide prevention, awareness, and education. You can also visit their website at www.hopeline.com.
    • ​​LGBTQ National Help Center: 1 (888) 843-4564
    • ​Vitality Unlimited: 1 (775) 738-8004 (Serves all Counties)
      • Crisis mental health services, including 24-hour mobile crisis teams (WITHIN ELKO CITY LIMITS ONLY), emergency crisis intervention services, and crisis stabilization.
      • Screening, assessment, and diagnosis, including risk assessment.
      • Patient-centered treatment planning or similar processes, including risk assessment and crisis planning.
      • Outpatient mental health and substance use services.
      • Outpatient clinic primary care screening and monitoring of key health indicators and health risk.
      • Targeted case management.
      • Psychiatric rehabilitation services.
      • Peer support and counselor services and family supports.
    • ​​​Rural Mobile Crisis Response Team: 1 (702) 486-7865
      • ​​Serves 18 and younger. A program for children and their families who are experiencing a mental health crisis, supports behavioral and mental health crisis situations and helps to find community services for youth and their families, crisis stabilization. 
      • http://www.knowcrisis.com/
    • Safe Voice: 1 (833) 216-7233
      • ​​Safe Voice is an anonymous reporting system used to report threats to the safety or well-being of students. It was created to protect student wellness, prevent violence and save lives.
    • Naloxone Finder: 
    • Nevada 211: Call 2-1-1 or 1 (866) 535-5654
      • ​​a program of the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, is committed to helping Nevadans connect with the services they need.
      • https://www.nevada211.org/
    • MTM: ​1 (844) 879-7341
      • MTM is the state of Nevada's non-emergency transportation manager for eligible Medicaid members across the state. They provide transport for medical appointment covered by Medicaid, pre-arranged hospital to hospital transports for legal holds, and hospital discharges home.
      •  ​https://www.mtm-inc.net/nevada/
    • ​CARE Team: 1 (877) 283-2437
      • ​For adults experiencing a mental health crisis. Available from 9 am to 6 pm, 7 days a week.
    • Community Health Alliance: 1 (775) 329-6300
      • ​Crisis assistance, support, and resource connection hotline for individuals and families in need and who many not have healthcare.
    • NAMI Warmline: 1 (775) 241-4212
    • Nevada Peer Recovery Support Warmline (SUD): 1 (800) 509-7762


  • ​​PERSHING COUNTY RESOURCES:
    • Al-Anon and Alateen: 1 (775) 348-7103
      • ​​Support groups for family members of alcoholics, 12 step program meetings​​.
    • ​​​Project MAGIC: 1 (775) 273-2769, PO Box 501 / 795 Western Ave. Lovelock NV
      • ​​A prevention program designed to help juvenile offenders leave the criminal justice system and become productive members of society. While participating in MAGIC, young people ages 12 to 18, learn: positive communication skills; problem solving; decision making; self-responsibility; conflict resolution; and goal setting. Youth also select and conduct a service project designed to benefit their community. Parents and/or guardians of these young offenders also participate in the program. During three evening meetings, these adults learn to: positively communicate with their teen; manage anger during conflict situations; recognize symptoms of drug and/or alcohol abuse; and, positively discipline their children.
    • ​​11th Judicial District Youth and Family Services: 1 (775) 273-2769, PO Box 501 / 795 Western Ave. Lovelock NV
      • ​​Counseling Services: The Eleventh Judicial District Youth And Family Services strives to offer youth and their families who are determined to be indigent the following services at no cost. Individual, family and group counseling, outpatient drug & alcohol counseling, substance abuse evaluations, mental health evaluations, neuropsychological evaluations, psychosexual evaluations. Youth and their families are also offered assistance in making referrals to the following: Residential Drug & Alcohol Treatment, Residential Mental Health Treatment. Youth and Families needing immediate intervention can call or walk in to the local Youth and Family Services Office and meet with a Juvenile Probation Officer with the intent to offer immediate assistance and support.
    • ​​Pershing General Hospital Physicians Clinic: 1 (775) 273-2918
      • Melissa Washabaugh, APRN. Specializes in psychiatric and mental health.

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  • HUMBOLDT COUNTY RESOURCES:
    • ​Family Support Center: 1 (775) 623-1888, 35 W 1st Street, Winnemucca
      • ​​Provides crisis response, mental health therapy, addiction treatment, court-ordered services, holistic wellness, parenting classes, case management and Veteran mental health support.
    • ​​Winnemucca Rural Clinic: 1 (775) 623-6580, 475 Haskell St., Winnemucca
      • ​​​Provides crisis intervention, mental health therapy, assessment and diagnosis, psychiatric services, case management/care coordination.
    • Al-anon: 1 (775) 623-4972, 506 W 4th St., Winnemucca
      • ​​​Support groups for family members of alcoholics, 12 step program meetings.
    • Serenity Seekers: 506 W 4th St. 1st floor​
      • ​​Services: All meetings welcome all AA addicts, Alcoholics are welcome at all NA meetings. 1st Sunday of every month NA speaker meeting and potluck at 6pm, speaker at 6:30pm. Last Saturday of every month: Birthday meeting at 8:00 pm and potluck at 6:30pm. All meetings are non-smoking.
    • ​​Women, infant, children services (WIC): 1 (775) 625-2722
      • ​​Services: Nutrition education, Nutritious food, Breastfeeding, Community referrals, Counseling, Health screening.


  • ​​​LANDER COUNTY RESOURCES:
    • 11th Judicial District Youth and Family Services: (775) 635-2117, 50 State Rte. 305 Battle Mountain, NV
      • ​​​Counseling Services: The Eleventh Judicial District Youth And Family Services strives to offer youth and their families who are determined to be indigent the following services at no cost. Individual, family and group counseling, outpatient drug & alcohol counseling, substance abuse evaluations, mental health evaluations, neuropsychological evaluations, psychosexual evaluations. Youth and their families are also offered assistance in making referrals to the following: Residential Drug & Alcohol Treatment, Residential Mental Health Treatment. Youth and Families needing immediate intervention can call or walk in to the local Youth and Family Services Office and meet with a Juvenile Probation Officer with the intent to offer immediate assistance and support.