Services at High Plains are available to anyone regardless of age, race, religion, color, sex or national origin. If you live in one of the 20 counties that financially supports High Plains, you may be eligible for services with fees on a sliding scale, based on family income and number of dependents supported by that income. Individuals living outside of the 20 county service area will be considered for service based on need, but are not afforded a sliding fee.
Services are based on an individualized assessment of your needs for intervention around symptoms and functioning in everyday life. Our focus is on helping you help yourself and providing you tools and interventions to be as self sufficient as possible. Our focus is on providing "solutions for life and solutions for wellness." Services are selected and prescribed based on a range of tailored interventions, some of which may be with outside professional and/or community resources. The service menu available at High Plains include a range of services including emergency intensive intervention, psychiatric medications, psychotherapy / counseling, community rehabilitation supports for severe problems.
Access to service can begin with a telephone call or a visit with staff at one of our full-time offices. Crisis calls are handled 24 hours per day, seven days per week. The completion of important admission documents and/or answering some questions about your situation will assist staff move forward to schedule an appointment with you.
The important thing to remember is that High Plains stands ready to help with mental health issues and problems. Questions about services can be answered.