Resources for Taking Care of Your Mental Health
We know you want options, especially when it comes to mental health care. Our team can connect with you in-person, by phone or video based on your goals and preferences. Learn more about local and online options.
St Luke's Counseling Center
The Counseling Center continues to provide therapy virtual care through telephone and telehealth (video) therapy services to your home.
St. Luke's Counseling Center
Abbe Center for Community Mental Health
As your community mental health partner, we are here for you and your family providing high quality mental health care during this difficult time. To schedule an appointment or speak with a counselor please call (319) 398-3562 and select option 3.
Associates for Behavioral Healthcare
Associate for Behavioral Healthcare continues to provide virtual care through telephone therapy. We provide therapy and medication management in a private practice setting.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please go to St. Luke's Emergency Room or call Abbe Center for Community Mental Health at (319) 398-3562.
Call (319) 398-3562
Mental Health and Wellness News and Articles
to access news and articles on mental health wellness.
St. Luke's Chemical Dependency program offers a variety of treatment options for individuals suffering from chemical dependency and its effects. For more information, call (319) 363-4429 or click here.
Iowa Warm Line
The Iowa Warm Line is a peer-run, telephone based, non-crisis and confidential listening line for anyone struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues. The Warm Line is staffed by individuals who have been through a similar journey and are in recovery themselves
The phone number to call is 1-844-775-9276. Calls are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Make It OK is an anti-stigma campaign that was created to encourage individuals to talk more openly about mental illnesses. By breaking the silence, we can help our friends, neighbors, loved ones, and team members feel understood and supported.
Just as learning about physical health or financial health has helped us create stronger families and a more caring environment, we believe that combating stigma will help us make UnityPoint Health Cedar Rapids a more supportive and accepting organization—and will have a positive impact on our community at large.