Same Day Assessment

COVID-19 Response

During the COVID-19 pandemic we are happy to continue serving patients. We will be completing intake appointments via Zoom or in person.

Intake Documents

Please complete and submit the Intake Documents below. After the documents are submitted you will receive a call providing additional information on how to complete your intake. If you are unable to submit documents online, you may go to any COMCARE location or request that the documents be sent to you.

Please also review our Patient Rights and Responsibilities to better understand your role in treatment and the Notice of Privacy Practices regarding medical information.

The following documents should be completed by every patient seeking services and are included in Intake Packets above. You do not need to complete the forms below if you completed an Intake Packet.

Universal Packet should be completed only if a youth is in foster care or the juvenile justice system.

If you are a Behavioral Health Liaison working with the Kansas State Department of Education Mental Health Intervention Program, please see the information regarding the KSDE MHIT Program.

What to Expect:

COMCARE’s Same Day Assessment is an open access first stop for Sedgwick County residents to seek help from COMCARE’s mental health and addiction services. This means that we will do our best to see you today. As soon as you arrive at the appropriate location you will be checked in for an assessment. You will be triaged and then seen by the first available clinician. A COMCARE therapist will meet with you, gather information, take a brief history of any prior mental health/addiction treatment services, current medical problems, and discuss possible treatment options with you. We work hard to complete a thorough, individualized assessment in order to best meet your specific needs. Please expect the assessment process to take 45 minutes to two hours once you are with a clinician.  If COMCARE is the best agency to serve your needs, you will be referred for additional services.  

Adult Mental Health Services
Open Access intakes are available without an appointment 
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 8 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., closed on County holidays
Scheduled intakes are available with an appointment
Tuesday and Thursday, closed on County holidays
4035 E Harry St, Wichita KS 67218
Please call (316) 660-7713 for more information.

Adult Addiction Services 
To initiate services, please complete the Addiction Treatment Intake packet (above) and return electronically. If you are unable to complete electronically, an intake packet may also be picked up on-site. Once the completed forms are received, you will be contacted by a staff member to schedule an intake appointment. Please refer here for additional requirements. 
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., closed on County holidays.
4035 E Harry St, Wichita KS 67218
(316) 660-7550
TTY: 1-800-766-3777

Community Crisis Center
24/7 Mental Health Emergency/Suicide Prevention Services
635 N Main, Wichita, KS 67203
(316) 660-7500
TTY: 1-800-766-3777

Children's Mental Health Services Same Day Assessment
Please note:
 The youth MUST be present at the appointment.
Same day intake assessments are available on Open Access days. Please leave a voicemail on our intake line (316) 660-9605 before 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday or Friday. An intake specialist will call back and provide next steps to be seen same day.

Open Access
Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., closed on County holidays.
350 S Broadway St, Wichita KS 67202

Scheduled appointments may be available on other days and times and may be initiated by completing the forms above or following a call to the intake line.  

What should I bring with me?

1. Insurance card. Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance accepted. Self-pay based on a sliding scale is accepted as a form of payment for services. All are served regardless of ability to pay.

2. Proof of income. COMCARE provides a sliding fee scale based on household income. Please bring verification of your household income which may include pay stubs or benefit statements.

3. Identification. Bring a copy of your identification as well as identifying information for youth coming into services. Examples include Driver's License, Social Security Card, School ID, Military ID, or other photo ID.

4. Proof of Guardianship. If you are bringing a child to an assessment and you are not the biological parent, we must have proof of guardianship. If you do not have one, please use the accepted Power of Attorney Document. The document MUST be notarized.

5. Mental Health Records. If you or your child being assessed have received or are currently receiving mental health services, it is beneficial to ask other providers to share information in order to best collaborate care. Please communicate with your providers to release information. You may also bring any information to the appointment with you.

Who can refer me?

You do not need a referral to access COMCARE’s programs and services. We do, however, accept referrals from family members, family physicians, hospitals, therapist, the legal system, community agencies, place of employment and other concerned persons.

I need help now. Whom do I call?

If you or a loved one is experiencing a mental health emergency or talking about suicide, call the Crisis/Suicide Prevention Hotline at 660-7500 24 hours a day, seven days a week.