Mental Health


Mental health affects everyone. On this page, learn about what resources throughout the community can help you.

The Douglas County Behavioral Task Force is a partnership of regional agencies, providers, and community partners working together to improve patient care outcomes by working collaboratively to meet all behavioral health needs and speak with one voice.  Click HERE for more information on the Behavioral Health Task Force.

How to Make a MOST Referral

Mental Health Crisis Hold Resources

Learn what it means for you or a loved one to be held in a hospital, crisis center, or psychiatric hospital without consent or if you are a loved one are a danger to self or others. To view the full Mental Health Crisis Hold Patient and Family Resource Packet

Resources in Douglas County

(775) 445-7350

24-Hour Crisis Line: (775) 885-8866


CASAT strives to deliver information and resources that will help you to provide high-quality, cutting edge treatment services, prevention programming, recovery support, maintenance, and other behavioral health-related services.

Find their Website Here.

Meets the second and fourth Wednesdays monthly at the community center, starting at 9:30 a.m.

Meets Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. at the Carson Valley Medical Center – Vitality For Life (second floor)

Mobile Outreach Safety Team

(775) 782-5162

Crisis intervention, evaluation and connection to services

Thursdays only

(775) 440-1626

24/7 Crisis Helpline: (775) 784-8090


Meets the second and fourth Tuesdays monthly 6:00-7:30 p.m. at Partnership Douglas County’s Office (1625 Highway 88, Suite 104 Minden, NV)

Open to adults, 18 and over, who have PTSD. Sessions are free of charge. For more information call Suicide Prevention Network at (775) 783-1510.

PTSD Support Group Dates:

June 9 and 23

July 14 and 28

August 11 and 25

September 8 and 22

October 13 and 27

November 10 and 24

December 8 and 22

Meets the first Thursday monthly 6-7:30 p.m. at 1625 NV-88 #203, Minden, NV

For more information, please contact the Suicide Prevention Network at (775) 783-1510.

Nevada: (775) 782-4202

California: (530) 541-2445


The Center for Eating Disorders at Reno Behavioral Healthcare Hospital serves adults who are experiencing mental and physical impacts related to eating disorders.


A safe place in your community for behavioral health & substance use services, life-skills classes, medication education, workforce development, parenting and individual empowerment.
Provided individually, group sessions, family environment & telehealth.
For more info follow this link.

(800) 448-9454


Telephone triage, crisis response, crisis stabilization and aftercare

(775) 688-1670