In case of Emergency:
Brookings Police Department:
Phone: (605) 692-2113
Phone: (605) 339-4357 Website: http://211.org/
211 provides resources for: **taken from 211 webpage**
- Included in this guide are agencies/programs that provide direct basic need services such as food, shelter, clothing, medical care, financial assistance, and employment services.
- A quick reference tool for those needing emergency assistance with basic needs such as financial resources, shelters, food and clothing, mental health, substance abuse, child care, employment, and transportation.
- This Guide is produced as an initiative of the Brookings Mental Health Task Force and is funded by the City of Brookings and Brookings County. The Brookings Area Mental Health Guide helps people more readily identify and select licensed/credentialed practitioners and agencies.
Brookings Behavioral Health and Wellness:
Phone: (605) 697-2850 Website: https://brookingsivycenter.org/about-us
Avera Behavioral Health of Brookings:
Phone: (605) 322-4079 Website: https://www.avera.org/doctors/search-results/?termId=3f0a4c53-366f-e311-af5d-001ec9e06176
Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
The mission of our school counseling program is to work together with teachers, administrators, parents, and the community to provide our students with the necessary social/emotional,technological, and academic skills to help them become life-long learners, successful future employees, and significant contributors to the state of South Dakota and larger global society.
*Adapted from the ASCA National Model