Click above to learn about the symptoms and signs of depression.

Stepping up to help. These providers support eliminating barriers to

mental health services for farmers.


Farmers often talk about the hurdles they face in finding mental health services – long hours; geographic distance to a provider’s office; lack of remote scheduling options; lack of awareness among providers about the culture of farming. The following providers are among those in Kansas who have stepped up to self-declare that they want to help eliminate those barriers. They have experience or backgrounds in farming; they offer telehealth and alternate hours for sessions; they offer sliding fee scales; and last but not least, they want to help farmers. If you have had difficulty finding a provider, don’t give up.  Please consider reaching out to one of these providers. If they can’t help you, perhaps they can refer you to someone who can.  


This is not an all-inclusive list of providers and does not constitute a referral or endorsement of those listed. You can always check the status of a provider’s license at


Are you a provider and interested in being involved? Please contact Kansas Corn staff member

Deb Ohlde at for more information.

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