Mental Health & Disability Services

Linn County has long been active in providing mental health supportive services to residents. Please visit the links below to learn more about the services and resources available.

Mental Health Access Center

The Linn County Mental Health Access Center provides care for adults 18 years of age or older experiencing a mental health or substance use disorder crisis that requires immediate attention. The Access Center is open for walk-in hours seven days a week between the hours of 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. No appointment is necessary. For services after hours and on weekends, please call Foundation 2 Mobile Crisis Teams at 319-362-2174.

Learn more about the Access Center.

Mental Health / Disability Services

Linn County is one of nine partners in the East Central Region (ECR) which provides comprehensive mental health and disability services to eastern Iowans. This partnership allows individuals access to a regional base of services to address their needs. The nine counties pool their resources together to provide a core set of services to help improve the health of Iowans.

Learn more about mental health and disability services

Mental Health Resources

Prioritizing your mental health and staying connected to your family, friends, and community is more important than ever. Daily stress caused by COVID-19, physical distancing, and the August 2020 derecho have had a big impact on our community. It is normal to experience feelings of isolation, anxiety, and uncertainty in this abnormal situation. Additionally, the events of the two years have only intensified feelings among those living with poor mental health or a mental illness.

Help is available. Learn more about mental health resources.