We’re here for you.

For emergency psychiatric care, please call 9-1-1 or your nearest Peak Wellness Center location:

Albany County / Laramie: 307.745.8915
Laramie County / Cheyenne: 307.634.9653
Goshen County / Torrington: 307.532.4091
Platte County / Wheatland: 307.322.3190

If you or a friend needs immediate help, please call 9-1-1 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline will connect you to a compassionate, trained counselor who can help you right away.

Intervention support 

If you feel worried about a situation, but aren’t sure what to do next, we’re here for you. 

Contact your local Peak Wellness Center office to be connected with a trained expert, who can help you decide on the best plan of action and make sure you have all the support and resources you need for the best possible outcome.

Some ways we can provide help include:

Medical interventions
Medical interventions involve steps taken during a planned course of treatment to prevent a condition from becoming worse. At Peak, these are integral to our mental health services and substance abuse treatment and recovery programs.

In medical interventions, physicians can offer medication assistance to address mental health needs or cravings for addictive substances, and counselors can take action with relapse prevention measures.

Mental health interventions
A mental health intervention involves acting to protect someone with a serious mental health condition or illness, especially when the person may pose a threat to himself/herself or others.

Peak’s licensed and experienced psychiatrists, counselors, clinical social workers and case managers, working in conjunction with our social services partners and law enforcement as needed, can help ensure the best possible short- and long-term outcomes for people urgently needing help for mental illness or disorders.

Social services interventions
Whether the situation revolves around a child, spouse or partner, friend or elder, Peak and our community partners can help everyone involved in situations of neglect, abuse, domestic violence or caregiver burnout. These services include:

  • Advocacy
  • Caregiver respite and support groups
  • Case management
  • Family and caregiver support
  • In-home assistance
  • Legal services
  • Medical care coordination
  • Protective services or guardianship
  • Shelter or alternative living arrangements

If you or a friend needs immediate help, please call 9-1-1 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline will connect you to a compassionate, trained counselor who can help you right away.