(855) 581-8111 (call)
(855) 895-8398 (text)
Open 9:00 am- 9:00pm CST
Chat room for survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones.
1111 University Avenue
Des Moines, Iowa 50314
(515) 288-9109 (fax)
(515) 246-1245 (fax)
Family violence center open to anyone with ongoing safety concerns.
(800) 273-TALK (8255)
1548 Hull Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50316-1397
(515) 286-3350 – Centralized Intake
102 W Summit
Winterset, Iowa 50273
(515) 462-4076 (fax)
Hours of Operation: M-Th 8:30am-7:00pm with other times available with special arrangement.
Offices also available in Osceola, Creston and Greenfield as well as other part time satellite locations.
Crossroads BHS is a community mental health and substance abuse outpatient serves agency offering mental health and substance abuse assessments, therapy, counseling and psychiatric services to all ages from birth to elderly. Group, family, parent-child interaction, couples therapy and psychiatric/medication monitoring services provided in addition to individual therapy. Our agency is licensed and accredited by the State of Iowa. Our clinicians are licensed or certified in their professions and provided with professional supervision to enhance quality of care. Medicare, Medicaid and most health insurances accepted. ** Serving Warren County residents as well!
Iowa International Center's free emergency interpretation services http://iowainternationalcenter.org/local-resources/emergency-interpretation/
Iowa International Center Offers FREE 24/7 Emergency Interpretation Hotline in 220+ Languages!
Thanks to generous support from Prairie Meadows, the Iowa International Center is able to provide non-English speaking Iowans, and those assisting them in a time of crisis, with access to a Free 24/7 Emergency Interpretation Hotline. More than 220 languages are available. Our Free 24/7 Emergency Interpretation Hotline is a great resource for emergency responders, law enforcement officers and those assisting victims of domestic violence and abuse who are not able to communicate in English and are in a life-threatening situation. Click here to learn more about how to use the service. For additional information, please contact the Iowa International Center at 515-282-8269.