Psychiatry - Siouxland Mental HealthPsychiatry

Siouxland Mental Health Center offers psychiatric evaluation and medication management services.

Therapy - Siouxland Mental HealthTherapy

Siouxland Mental Health Center offers a variety of therapy services to adults and children.

Psychiatry - Siouxland Mental HealthCommunity Support

The goal of Community Support is the integration or reintegration of the individual into the community.

  • We offer services to all, regardless of ability to pay

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OUR LOCATIONS

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PO Box 1917, 625 Court Street
Sioux City, IA 51102

Phone: (712) 252-3871 
OR 877-4-WE-CARE

FAX: (712) 252-3157 OR 877-776-3241 

Request for Medical Records: 877-792-4231

Nurses/prescription refills: 877-795-8039

Siouxland Mental Health Community Services

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES / INTEGRATED HEALTH HOME

205 Fifth Street
Sioux City, IA 51101

Phone : (712) 202-0173 

FAX: (712) 202-0186 OR  877-806-7579

Siouxland Mental Health Friendship House

FRIENDSHIP
HOUSE

1101 Court Street
Sioux City, IA 51105

Office: (712) 255-4209

Member’s Line: (712) 255-8840

FAX: 877-813-3074

Siouxland Mental Health Pediatric Integrated Home Health

PEDIATRIC INTEGRATED HEALTH HOME

1014 Nebraska St
Sioux City, IA 51105

Office: 712-224-1023

FAX: 712-224-1024 OR  877-809-7131

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    • 14 APR 16
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    THE REGULARS: Iowa ranks low for meeting mental health needs

    THE REGULARS: Iowa ranks low for meeting mental health needs

    This story was originally published on the Sioux City Journal by Jim Rixner Mental illness continues to be one of the most misunderstood yet pervasive diseases in our country and our world, yet the number of providers available to treat those suffering from mental illness is woefully inadequate. I would like to show you the

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