How to Get Started

As parents, we all worry about our children from time to time. And it's not unusual for children to experience anxiety, fatigue, or sadness. But sometimes these emotions and conditions are so persistent that they interfere with family life, friendships, or school. They may overwhelm you and your child. 

When that happens, PACES is here to help. Our expert, caring staff can work with you and your child to strengthen your family and give your child skills to manage challenging behaviors. 

Call 913-563-6500 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to get started. We will get your basic information and ask you to briefly describe the problems your child is experiencing. Next, we will schedule an appointment that will take about an hour. 

At the appointment, we will listen to your concerns and begin working with you to create a plan to address your family's and your child's needs. You will receive our undivided, compassionate attention in an environment that is safe and confidential. 

If you are experiencing a crisis or need help outside of regular hours, call our 24-hour crisis line 913-788-4200.

Servicios bilingües disponsibles.

Accepted Forms of Payment

We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance. Wyandot BHN also offers services at a reduced, set fee, or at no cost, based on clinical need for persons who qualify.

PACES is part of the Wyandot Behavioral Health Network of organizations serving Wyandotte County with comprehensive behavioral health services. Wyandot BHN offers services to individuals regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status.