Hospitals and Health Care
The Center is a non-profit community mental health organization offering a wide range of outpatient mental health services for residents of Douglas County, KS. Founded in 1950, the Bert Nash Center was created in memory of Dr. Bert Nash (1898-1947), a University of Kansas educational psychologist and community leader dedicated to improving the health of Kansas children. Today the Center is a licensed, comprehensive mental health facility committed to providing research-based services to improve the lives of Douglas County residents.
The Douglas County Visiting Nurses Association offers home health and hospice care.
Health Care Access Clinic's mission is to help facilitate access to health services for Douglas County, KS residents with limited financial means who are not covered by private or government insurance programs. (Source: http://healthcareaccess.org/?page_id=35)
Heartland Community Health Center (HCHC)
The mission of the Child & Family Services Clinic is to provide affordable, quality mental health care to the children, adolescents, and families of the Lawrence community and surrounding areas. We are a training clinic for the Ph.D. graduate students of the Clinical Child Psychology program at the University of Kansas. (Source: http://www2.ku.edu/~kuclinic/)
Founded in 1921, Lawrence Memorial Hospital (LMH) is a 173-bed hospital located in Lawrence, Kansas. (Source: https://www.lmh.org/aboutus/index.jsp)
The Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department offers clinic services, family services, regulatory services and community services.
Trinity In-Home Care is a local nonprofit agency providing affordable in-home assistance with housekeeping, personnel care, care giver relief, and non-medical support for individuals who may not be able to remain in their home otherwise. TIHC has been serving Douglas County, KS since 1976. (Source: http://www.tihc.org/)