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.