Mid-South Health Systems

Providing Mental Health Services For:

ClayCraigheadCrittendenCrossGreeneLawrenceLee

MississippiMonroePhillipsPoinsettRandolphSt. Francis

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Our Mission:

To ensure the availability of comprehensive, community-based mental health services that are accessible to the public and promote integrity and ethical standards for all involved.

Emergency Services

1-800-356-3035

Craighead, Clay, Randolph, Poinsett, Lawrence,
Mississippi and Greene

1-800-382-3117

Lee, Phillips, Crittenden, Cross, Monroe and St. Francis

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Our Services

Mental Health Services
Adult Services
Services for Seriously Mentally Ill Adults
  • Psychiatric Evaluation and medication Management
  • Community Intervention Specialists
    (Case Management)
  • Day Treatment Programs
  • Supportive Living Services
  • Transition Services
  • Assistance with Benefits and Entitlements
Child & Adolescent Services
  • Individual and Family Therapy
  • Community Intervention Specialists
    (Case Management)
  • School-based and After-School Interventions
  • Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Management
  • Treatment Foster Care
  • Action for Kids
  • CASSP / CCC Collaborations
24 Hour Emergency Services

Emergency services though Mid-South Health Systems is offered 24 horus per day, 7 days a week. This service offers assessment/evaluation for crisis stabilization when there is immediate threat of self harm, potential harm to others or grave disability as a result of mental instability.


In Craighead, Clay, Randolph, Poinsett, Lawrence, Mississippi and Greene Counties call 1-800-356-3035


In Lee, Phillips Crittenden, Cross, Monroe and St. Francis Counties call 1-800-382-3117


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Fee Schedule

Individual fees are determined on a sliding scale based on income and number of dependents. Medicaid, Medicare and some insurances are accepted, as are most credit cards.

Community Services
  • Speakers Bureau
  • Orientation, field placements and internships for area college students in speciality fields
  • Professional staff serving on area boards and promoting civic projects
  • Involvement in area health fairs and civic activities
  • Sponsor the Annual Mid-South Charity Golf Tournament for support of dental care for the seriously mentally ill
  • Ongoing grant submissions to assist with social issues
  • Community Intervention Specialists
    (Case Management)
Education & Training

The Mid-South Education and Marketing Department conducts a series of Spring and Fall workshops each year. These workshops are approved for continuing education (CEU) for nurses working in mental health settings, social workers, counselors and therapists.


Specialized contract training for business and industry is also available on a variety of topics to meet the needs of employees and the workplace.


For more information call: 870-972-4712



For over three decades Mid-South Health Systems has been a part of Northeast Arkansas and our mission has never changed.

Mid-South Health Systems gladly accepts Medicare, Medicaid and a wide range of private insurances.

Mid-South Health Systems works on an income-based sliding scale fee if you do not have insurance.

Mid-South Health Systems treats children, as well as adults.

Mid-South Health Systems is the only non-profit community mental health center serving Northeast Arkansas.

Mid South Health Systems is one of 14 Community Mental Health Centers in Arkansas.

Community Mental Health Centers in Arkansas saw 72,300 patients in 2008.

Community Mental Health Centers serve all 75 counties in Arkansas.

Mid South Health Systems has a staff of 500 in the 13 County area.

Mid South Health Systems employs 3 Adult Psychiatrists, a Pediatrician and 2 Child Psychiatrists serving the 13 county area.

Mid South Health Systems served 10,000 clients in 2010 at all its locations.

An Annual Charity Golf Tournament sponsored by Mid South Health Systems raises money each year to help with the health and living needs of the seriously mentally ill.

Mid South Health Systems sponsors 6 community workshops annually to share information in the mental health field.

Mid South Health Systems is a public entity governed by a 14 member Board of Directors from the 13 counties served.

Mid South Health Systems provides therapists to work in the schools and provide professional services to children who may otherwise not be served.





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