COVID-19 Update (03/1/2021)
The KU Child & Family Services Clinic uses specific gating criteria from the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department to determine the safefy of offering in-person services. These criteria are checked every week, and services are updated accordingly. Based on these criteria, we are currently offering limited in-person assessment services with enhanced safety protocols for these in-person sessions. We continue to offer telehealth treatment services as well.
If you are interested in receiving services, please call 785-864-4416 and leave a message with your name, telephone number, a brief description of your mental health needs, and the best times for us to call. A clinic associate will contact you to conduct a telephone screen for treatment or assessment services.
For additional resources, please visit our Coronavirus Resources page (see link below) for information about addressing illness-related concerns with children and adolescents.
The mission of the Child & Family Services Clinic is to provide affordable, quality mental health care to the children, adolescents, and families of Northeast Kansas, including Lawrence, Eudora, Baldwin, Topeka, and the Kansas City Metro area. We are the primary training clinic for graduate students in the Clinical Child Psychology Doctoral program at the University of Kansas.
The KU Child and Family Services Clinic is the beneficiary of the Lillian Jacobey Baur Fund. This endowed account, which honors its name bearer's contributions to the education and welfare of children and youths, provides funds for the development and improvement of the Clinic. Please follow this link for more information about Lillian Jacobey Baur.