A safe space to cope with everyday life.
We are glad you are here!
Whether you are seeking support for yourself or a loved one, we are committed to helping improve mental wellness as a crucial part of overall wellness. We employ a variety of providers including psychologists, marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, and social workers to ensure that we can offer you the most effective, caring, innovative, and efficient mental health care possible.
We teach you how to handle life.
To provide dynamic, culturally-sensitive, high-quality behavioral health care to residents of Chase, Coffey, Greenwood, Lyon, Morris, Osage, and Wabaunsee counties in the most effective, caring, and efficient manner.
Equal opportunities for all
CrossWinds does not discriminate against any person based on age, nationality, creed, gender, sexual orientation, infectious disease status, or disability.
We conveniently provide services in multiple locations with at least one office in Chase, Coffey, Greenwood, Lyon, Morris, Osage, and Wabaunsee counties.
Payments & Fees
CrossWinds accepts many different insurances, including private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare. Uninsured clients may qualify for sliding scale fees based on household size and income. Payment is expected at the time of services, unless other arrangements have been made.
Founded in 1960
Founded in 1960, CrossWinds Counseling & Wellness is licensed by the State of Kansas to operate as a Community Mental Health Center (CMHC).
CrossWinds employs 155 people and operates on an annual expense budget of approximately $8,300,000. We employ a variety of providers, including psychologists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, case managers, attendant care workers, wraparound facilitators, and peer support workers among others.
Governed by Volunteers
We are governed by a volunteer board of directors comprised of 2-5 members from each participating county, 1 Severe and Persistent Mentally Ill (SPMI) adult consumer and 1 family member of an Severely Emotionally Disturbed (SED) child or adolescent.