As a helping heart for our communities, we share tips through our blog on managing mental health struggles and connecting with disability services.
Confused or anxious in the face of reproductive rights news? Brain health (mental health) support is available.
As one of the state’s Mental Health and Disabilities Regions, Heart of Iowa Community Services works tirelessly to provide compassionate care that meets the unique needs of Iowans’ individual brain health (mental health) and disability support requirements.
Current events can take a toll on your brain health; many Iowans are experiencing negative brain health symptoms as a result of the recent news regarding reproductive rights.
Heart of Iowa, an LGBTQIA+ ally, is here for you
At Heart of Iowa Community Services, we take pride in the fact that we help all members of our communities improve their quality of life. During Pride Month, we want to turn a spotlight on the issues that LGBTQIA+ community members face and how we can offer a support network.
Are one of these reasons stopping you from seeking brain health (mental health) help?
This May, take the time to prioritize your brain health. We’re with you every step of the way. Contact us at HICSIowa.org/contact-us.
4 Tips to Manage Stress
April is Stress Awareness Month, and it’s time to make your brain health (mental health) a priority.
Mobile Crisis Services
Brain health (mental health) struggles can leave you feeling totally out of control, frustrated, confused, hopeless or helpless. Sometimes, brain health struggles can be so severe that you don’t know how to communicate what you feel or need.
The good news is that Iowans in Audubon, Dallas and Guthrie counties have access to mobile crisis services anytime, anywhere if they’re experiencing a brain health crisis. In fact, Heart of Iowa Community Services has provided mobile crisis services since 2014.
Why you should contact Heart of Iowa Community Services
Our mission is to improve health, increase hope and build successful futures for individuals and families in our communities. If you need help connecting to services, improving your quality of life or simply don’t know how to move forward, we can help you.