Behavioral Health Services

24 hour crisis line
(307) 742-0285

Seven days a week

24 hours a day

bhs main line
(307) 755-4370

Seven days a week

24 hours a day

The Behavioral Health Services Unit is a ten-bed, inpatient unit that provides acute psychiatric care for adults and adolescents, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

The length of stay on the unit is generally 3 to 5 days. The clinic also provides a 24 hours crisis line and other forms of crisis intervention. 

24 hour crisis line

Ivinson Memorial Hospital’s Behavioral Health Unit offers a 24-Hour Crisis Line to the community and surrounding areas. Trained professionals monitor this line for many forms of crisis intervention.

If you or someone you know is feeling overwhelmed, has feelings of hopelessness or despair, wants to harm oneself or others and/​or wants to kill yourself please call any of the numbers listed, or go to your local emergency room.

Crisis hotlines use professionals who are trained in suicide prevention and crisis intervention. The professional will work with the person in crisis and help them de-escalate from crisis to a calmer state of mind. 

Local Resources

Laramie Youth Crisis Line

Call or Text: (307) 9777777

Laramie Youth Crisis Center
(307) 7425936

PEAK Wellness
(307) 7458915

University of Wyoming Counseling Center
(307) 7668989

For immediate assistance call 911

Other Resources

Suicide Hotline
1 – 800-273-TALK (8255)

Youth Crisis Hotline
1 – 800-422-HOPE (4673)

Hopeline Network
800-SUICIDE (7842433)

National Crisis Text Line
Text GO” to 741741

Each of the numbers listed provides a 247 service to those in need. No crisis line will ever turn you away based on age or gender.

Behavioral Health providers