We have answers to your frequently asked questions about our services during necessary social restrictions.
In light of the growing risk COVID-19 places on our community, The Care Center is closing all administrative offices. Our staff and volunteers will continue to work from home, but community meetings and trainings will be postponed or done virtually. If you have any questions about counseling appointments, meetings or presentations, you can call our hotline. Staff will also continue to have full access to email during regular business hours.
We understand that this is a difficult situation and if you are in need of support, please call our 24/7 hotline at 785-843-8985.
We will not be taking walk-ins at this time, but appointments to meet with an advocate can be arranged by calling in advance. Hospital, court, and law enforcement advocacy will still be available. We are in the process of setting up online support groups, which will be hosted regularly for the time-being. Please stay tuned for more information and a schedule for these groups.
Please know that our priority is, and will continue to be, supporting survivors. We will continue to be there for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Take care during this time and call 785-843-8985 for any questions, appointments, support or processing.