Help the Heroes Project

COVID-19 has caused worldwide panic. No one is immune. First Responders working on the front lines are particularly vulnerable to the virus and its impact, leaving them with an increased level of stress and exhaustion. 

Call To Schedule An Appointment & Learn More

Springfield: 417-851-1551 ext. 5012​

Lebanon: 417-334-8337 ext. 2405

With funding support from The Community Foundation of the Ozarks, Jordan Valley Community Health Center is now providing limited behavioral health services to southwest Missouri’s First Responders of the COVID-19 pandemic.


First Responders can include but are not limited to:

  • physicians;

  • advanced practitioners;

  • nurses;

  • healthcare support staff;

  • police officers;

  • firefighters;

  • EMS staff;

  • and others supporting individuals affected by the impacts of COVID-19.

If you’re working on one of the many frontlines supporting our communities through the COVID-19 crisis, reach out to Jordan Valley. Funding assistance is available to cover co-pay, deductible, or other fees for your behavioral health care.


First Responders will first visit privately with a Jordan Valley behavioral health provider for a brief assessment then choose either individual or group therapy—up to six (6) sessions are available. First Responders can experience care in-person at our clinics or through virtual visits. Depending on needs, additional behavioral health services may be available through Jordan Valley’s partners: Compass Health Network and Preferred Family Health.

In Partnership With:

Funding Provided By: 

(417) 831-0150

© 2020 Jordan Valley Community Health Center. All rights reserved.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • YouTube