What kind of services does Siouxland Mental Health Provide?

Siouxland Mental Health provides a large number of services to those who suffer from a mental illness. Some examples of those services are Psychiatry, Therapy, Integrated Health Home, and Crisis Intervention. To find out more you can visit our Adult Services page or our Child Services page.

What is the difference between a Psychiatrist and a Therapist?

A therapist is a licensed counselor or social worker who can use talk therapy to help you treat mental health symptoms and improve how you manage stress and relationships. A psychiatric provider is a medical professional who can diagnose and prescribe medication to treat mental health disorders.

What do I need to do to become a client?

For information about becoming a client, please visit our New Patients page.

How long until I can see a Therapist or Psychiatrist?

After paperwork is completed, depending on insurance coverage, new patients can usually typically be seen the same day for a mental health assessment. For psychiatry it can be approximately 3-10 days to see a provider. For more information on our same day therapy appointments, please visit our Same Day Access page.

What type of insurance do you accept?

We accept all insurances except Title 19 (Medicaid) of South Dakota and Nebraska. We do accept Title 19 (Medicaid) of Iowa. It is however your responsibility to contact your insurance company to find out if we are in network or if the provider we schedule you with is in network. You will also need to verify what your copay will be, if there is coinsurance and how much that will be, and if there is a deductible that must be met. (We are an outpatient mental health center, therefore copays are usually considered to be under specialist copay).

What do I do if I do not have insurance?

You can apply for a discount of services through our Sliding Fee Scale. For more information, please visit our New Patients page.

What forms of payments are accepted?

We accept cash, credit and debit cards. Payments can be made in person at our 625 Court Street Location or our 205 5th Street Location. You can also may payments over the phone by calling 712-252-3871.

What does it mean if I am court ordered to Siouxland Mental Health Center?

Under a court order you have to comply with the recommendations made by your provider. If you do not comply you may have to present in front of the judge, be admitted to the behavioral health unit at the hospital, or even serve a sentence in the Woodbury County Jail.

How do I get somebody into services if they do not want to receive services and are a danger to themselves or others?

There are two options: 1. You can visit with the patient to tell them your concerns and ask that they voluntarily receive services 2. You and another person who is familiar with the patient can go to room 101 in the Woodbury County Court House at 625 Douglas Street to fill out the necessary paperwork to file a mental health court commitment.

What types of groups do you offer?

There are several groups offered throughout the year. To follow is a list of the types of groups that are offered. Please contact us for start dates and times for individual groups. DBT – Dialectical Behavior Therapy WRAP – Wellness Recovery Action Plan IHH Total Wellness Peer Support Whole Health Voices Group Art Therapy Anger Management Group

What types of therapy do you offer?

We offer individual, couple, and family therapy. For more information, please visit our Adult Therapy or Child Therapy pages.