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Providing Kansans the resources they need to help cope with ag-related stress.

Kansas farmers, ranchers and their families are the backbone of this state, providing us with high-quality crops, livestock and dairy products. Unfortunately, the stress that comes with these responsibilities can be overwhelming. Unpredictable weather, heavy workloads and financial worries can sometimes take their toll on farm families and lead to mental and emotional distress, substance abuse, anxiety, depression and even suicide. Caring for your own health and wellness in this high-stress profession is often overlooked but is just as critical as caring for your farm business.

Resources compiled on this website can help care for and assist Kansas farmers and ranchers in their well-being. You'll find help with stress management, financial and legal challenges, and many other needs. As more tools are developed, this website will be updated and serve as a hub of current information and resources.


If you are a farmer in crisis, or know of someone in need of immediate assistance, contact your local Kansas Community Mental Health Center or call the National Suicide Prevention Line at 988.

Support is available for

everyone in the

Kansas ag family who may

be dealing with stress

associated with agriculture.

Local and national resources

for farmers and ranchers to help deal with mental health, stress, depression and other specific diagnosis assistance.

If someone you know is

struggling emotionally or

having a hard time, you can

be the difference in getting

them the help they need.

These providers have experience or backgrounds in farming, offer telehealth and alternate hours for sessions; and last but not least, they want to help farmers.

Kansas Suicide
Prevention Line

Providing suicide prevention support for you or someone you may be concerned about. Call anytime 24/7 and get connected with a caring, highly trained counselor.

Crisis Text Line
24/7 Support
Text "HOME" to 741741

Text from anywhere in the USA

to text with a trained Crisis Counselor.

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