County Services

Use this directory to connect with the county services you need.

Guides

Not sure where to get started? Our guides will walk you through important services and support.

Mental and Physical Health

  • Johnson County Mental Health Department offers residential treatment for adolescents experiencing problems related to drugs or alcohol. The program is staffed 24 hours a day by licensed clinicians, case managers and direct care staff, providing teens with a safe, trauma informed environment to begin their recovery.

    Mental Health
  • Johnson County Mental Health Department's Adult Detoxification Unit is a 14-bed unit that assists individuals safely through the process of withdraw from alcohol or other drugs in a non-medical setting. ADU accepts admissions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. At ADU we believe that every individual deserves the opportunity for recovery. 

    Mental Health
  • Blood pressure clinics are provided by JCDHE's Registered Nurses at various locations throughout Johnson County.

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  • Register for free breastfeeding classes at Johnson County Health and Environment. You must be a current WIC client to enroll in our breastfeeding class.

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  • Offered by Johnson County Department of Health and Environment, this program provides free case management for pregnant and parenting adolescents under the age of 21.

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  • Johnson County Developmental Supports case managers provide support and assistance to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their guardians and families.

    Developmental Supports
  • Schedule a COVID-19 test at the Johnson County Health Department in Olathe, Kansas.

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  • Make an appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccine or booster.

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  • The Johnson County Critical Incident Stress Management Team, or JCCISMT, has been organized since 1987 to help support all emergency service personnel in Johnson County, Kansas through the effects of extreme events. Our main objective is to lessen the impact of an extreme event and accelerate the return of personnel to routine functioning. The team members are highly trained and dedicated emergency service peers and mental health professionals. They seek to understand the unique personalities of emergency personnel and the duties they perform.

    Emergency Services
  • Services provided to those who live in Johnson County regardless of age or county responsibility, and includes children who are attending Kansas School for the Deaf in the residential setting.  

    Mental Health
  • Dispense Assist is an easy-to-use online tool used by local health departments, hospitals and health care providers to screen individuals during public health emergencies and seasonal/pandemic influenza.

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  • Johnson County Developmental Supports promotes the values of “Employment First” with a focus on integrated, community-based employment for individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.

    Developmental Supports
  • Family planning services are available from the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment on a walk-in basis.

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  • Seasonal flu shots are available at Johnson County walk-in immunization clinics during flu season.

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  • Find commonly used forms for the Community Developmental Disabilities Organization (CDDO).

    Developmental Supports
  • Common forms for MED-ACT.

    Mental Health
  • Johnson County Department of Health and Environment provides seasonal flu shots and immunizations for adults, children, adolescents and travel.

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  • Johnson County Outreach Services is a vendor for the Kansas City Medicine Cabinet, a program that provides short-term emergency medical assistance for those in need in metropolitan Kansas City.

    Aging and Human Services
  • Johnson County's Life Enrichment Program schedules daily recreational and educational opportunities for participants with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    Developmental Supports
  • Aging & Disability Resource Centers, or ADRCs, are visible and trusted places where people can turn for information, assistance on public long-term support programs and benefits, especially Medicaid or KanCare in Kansas.

    Aging and Human Services
  • Nurse-Family Partnership is a FREE nurse-led home visitation program, offered by the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment. First-time mothers are paired with a nurse home visitor. The mother-to-be and her nurse meet regularly through her pregnancy, the birth of her newborn and until the child turns two. The nurse home visitor provides support, encouragement and guidance. 

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  • Skilled Registered Nurses are available to visit with senior adults one on one in their home and provide physical and social assessments as well as education and counseling on senior needs.

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  • Adults needing a physical exam may receive one during walk-in clinic hours at the Department of Health and Environment. During high volume times, we may need to temporarily suspend our walk-in services. 

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  • Registered nurses are available for in-home, office or community site visits with new mothers and infants who live in Johnson County.

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  • Pregnancy testing from the Department of Health and Environment is available during walk-in clinic hours in Olathe. During high volume times, we may need to temporarily suspend our walk-in services.

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  • Prenatal services are available through the Department of Health and Environment for Johnson County residents only. Appointments are required.

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  • Information and forms for residents and health care providers to report communicable diseases and food-related illness to public health officials.

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  • Services and supports range from 24-hour supports to drop-in services. Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities receiving residential services and supports lease their own home or apartment in Johnson County.

    Developmental Supports
  • SHICK (Senior Health Insurance Counseling for Kansas) is a program offering older Kansans an opportunity to talk with trained community volunteers about Medicare and other health insurance programs.

    Aging and Human Services
  • Sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment is done on a walk-in basis at the Department of Health and Environment.

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  • TB testing is available on a walk-in basis at the Department of Health and Environment.

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  • WIC is a supplemental food and nutrition education program that provides services to Kansas families who qualify. Apply for WIC.

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