Crisis Resources

Crisis Resources

Do you need help or do you know someone who does? Contact the NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE

Both are free and confidential. You will be connected to a skilled, trained counselor in your area.

For more information, visit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Download a postcard with a list of suicide warning signs here.

Other available resources:

VeteransCrisisLine.net or text to 838255

Crisis Call Center

1-800-992-5757 or text “Answer” to 839863

Addresses depression, grief, loss, domestic violence, sexual assault, substance abuse, thoughts of self-harm and other crises. Mobile Crisis Response Team

Hotline: (702) 486-7865

For children (under 18) and their families who are experiencing a mental health crisis. Hotline available 24/7; however, rural clinicians are only available 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Humboldt County Dispatch

9-1-1 or (775) 623-6429

Winnemucca Police Department

9-1-1 or (775) 623-6396

Humboldt County Sheriff

9-1-1 or (775) 623-6419

Humboldt General Hospital – Emergency Department

118 E. Haskell Street, Winnemucca

(775) 623-5222 (please dial zero to speak with a live operator immediately)

Frontier Community Action Agency (FCAA)

657 Anderson Street, Winnemucca

(775) 623-9003

Provides applications for food stamps and Medicaid, housing/rental assistance, employment assistance and other services. Can assist with social security, disability, documents such as driver’s license and birth certificate. Provides grief counseling. Has some food available at office; distributes commodities.

Humboldt Advocates for Victims of Abuse (AVA)

(775) 623-2328

Reno Behavioral Healthcare Hospital

(775) 393-2200

Provides in-patient mental health care.

Carson Tahoe Behavioral Health Services (BHS)

Toll Free BHS Hotline: (800) 283-7671; Mallory Behavioral Health Crisis Center: (775) 445-8889

Humboldt County Human Services

801 Fairgrounds Road, Winnemucca

(775) 623-6342

Provides emergency lodging, train tickets (in emergency situations), prescriptions, cremation/burial assistance, fuel for transients or by direct referral, utilities, laundry, Frugal Flamingo vouchers, etc. Has housing grant 2018/2019 for qualified applicants.

Winnemucca Domestic Violence Services

50A Melarkey Street, Winnemucca

(775) 625-1313; On-Call: (775) 421-1028

Provides client support, counseling, shelter, advocacy.

Family Support Center

51 E. Haskell Street, Suite B, Winnemucca

(775) 623-1888

Provides crisis response, mental health therapy, addiction treatment, court-ordered services, holistic wellness, parenting classes, case management and Veteran mental health support.

Winnemucca Rural Clinics

475 Haskell Street, Winnemucca

(775) 623-6580

Provides crisis intervention, mental health therapy, assessment & diagnosis, psychiatric services, case management/care coordination.

Division of Child & Family Services (DCFS)

475 W. Haskell, Box 7, Winnemucca

(775) 623-6555

VFW / Winnemucca ~ Skip Becker

(775) 304-3272

Out-of-area resources:

The Gabriel Project

1-844-201-0317

Provides immediate, practical help for pregnant women or those with a new baby.

State of NV Aging & Disability, Elko

(775) 738-1966

Provides assistance/support to elderly and disabled upon referral.

Veteran’s Administration ~ Reno Regional Benefit Office

5460 Reno Corporate Drive, Reno, Nevada 89511

Phone: 800-827-1000

Can call for DAV transport to the VA Hospital or Benefits Office; (775) 625-4258 or (775) 421-6637

Remember:

If you need help or if you know someone who does, please contact the NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE

Both are free and confidential. You will be connected to a skilled, trained counselor in your area.

For more information, visit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.