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Johnson County Mental Health Center removes barriers for behavioral health services

Today, Nov. 16, Johnson County Mental Health Center launched additional supports for county residents who are members of groups disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, such as:

  • People who are uninsured, underinsured
  • Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)
  • Elderly
  • People with disabilities
  • Involved in the criminal justice system

Individuals may request support for counseling services, mental health-related medications, technology to access telehealth appointments or transportation to behavioral health appointments, based on their greatest needs. 

Any adult or child resident in Johnson County who belongs to one of these disproportionately impacted populations can request support. A social service provider from any agency may also request support on behalf of another individual.

The form should take less than five minutes to complete and is available at jocogov.org/ReliefFundsForMentalHealth.


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