The Harvey County Sheriff's Office is committed to protecting and assisting our communities. If you feel we can be of service to you, please call us. If you need immediate assistance, please call 911. 

However, there may be times when you are not looking for a law enforcement response, but still want a helping hand, information or assistance. Below are some of the resources available to Harvey County that may benefit you in a time of need.

Offering several programs, the Kansas Department for Children and Families focuses on protecting children, promoting families and growing personal responsibility.

Elder Abuse Hotline
The Kansas Department for Children and Families has an adult protective services division that can be contacted at 1-800-922-5330. The Kansas Department on Aging can help with nursing home, hospital or home healthy agency abuse, and can be reached at 1-800-842-0078.

Heart to Heart
This local organization works in partnership with law enforcement to aid children who have suffered abuse.

Mirror, Inc.
Based in Newton, Mirror is dedicated to substance abuse prevention and treatment.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
The NCMEC reporting center leads the charge against abduction, abuse and exploitation of children.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
This confidential and free program can provide emotional support for you or a loved one.   

Prairie View
The Prairie View mental health center offers a wide range of support, including addictions treatment, older adult services and serves as a psychiatric hospital.

SafeHope provides support for domestic violence and sexual assault victims in Harvey, Marion and McPherson counties.

Victim Identification and Notification Everyday
The Victim Identification and Notification Everyday (VINE) network allows individuals to be notified for free through text, phone or email when an inmate in the Harvey County Detention Center has a change in status, such as a court appearance, release or transfer.