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List of Local Mental Health Resources

Campbell County Prevention Council and the Campbell County Suicide Prevention Coalition have compiled a comprehensive list of mental health services for residents of Campbell County, Wyoming. That list of services is available:

CCPC website

If you are a provider who is not listed, please contact Ashley Whisler, Community Prevention Specialist for Campbell County, at 307-687-6490 or

Additional Contacts

CCH Behavioral Health Services
501 S. Burma Ave.
Gillette, WY 82716
P: 307-688-5000
Crisis Line: 307-688-5050

Student Support Services
Campbell County School District
800 S. Butler Spaeth Rd.
Gillette, WY 82716
P: 307-686-7198

Campbell County Prevention Council (CCPC)
Campbell County Suicide Prevention Coalition (CCSPC)
Ashley Whisler, Community Prevention Specialist for Campbell County
Cell Phone: 307-257-1346
Office Phone: 307-687-6490 | 307-681-6056


Campbell County Suicide Prevention Coalition Handouts

CCSPC: Talking to your kids about suicide
CCSPC: Warning signs that your child may be at risk for suicide
CCSPC: Protecting your child when they are suicidal

Campbell County Health Behavioral Health Services Handouts

Anxiety Flyer
Depression Flyer
Substance Abuse Flyer
Suicide Prevention Flyer

Know the Warning Signs of Suicide

Warning signs that someone may be thinking about or planning to commit suicide include:

  • Always talking or thinking about death
  • Clinical depression-deep sadness, loss of interest, trouble sleeping and eating-that gets worse
  • Having a "death wish," tempting fate by taking risks that could lead to death, such as driving fast or running red lights
  • Losing interest in things one used to care about
  • Making comments about being hopeless, helpless, or worthless
  • Putting affairs in order, tying up loose ends, changing a will
  • Saying things like "it would be better if I wasn't here" or "I want out"
  • Sudden, unexpected switch from being very sad to being very calm or appearing to be happy
  • Talking about suicide or killing one's self
  • Visiting or calling people to say goodbye

Know Potential Risk Factors for Suicide

Risk factors are characteristics that make it more likely that an individual will consider, attempt, or die by suicide.

  • Bullying
  • Chronic illness or disability
  • Cultural and religious beliefs, such as the belief that suicide is a noble resolution of a personal dilemma
  • Death of a loved one
  • Depression
  • Disciplinary or legal problems
  • Divorce
  • Exposure to suicide of a peer
  • Family history of suicide or suicidal behavior
  • History of trauma or physical, sexual, and/or psychological abuse
  • Loss of relationship
  • Previous suicide attempts
  • School or work problems
  • Substance abuse/dependence (alcohol or drugs)

Signs of Depression

We want everyone in our community to watch for signs of depression in any loved ones, friends or neighbors who may have recently lost their jobs. Signs of depression include:

  • feelings of helplessness or hopelessness, worthlessness, self-hate, or guilt
  • loss of interest or withdrawal from activities or hobbies such as sports, hobbies, or going out with friends and family
  • a lack of energy, fatigue or always feeling too tired to do anything
  • irritability or misplaced anger
  • an increase in risky behavior, drinking alcohol, or substance abuse
  • a lack of interest in having sex
  • emotional ups and downs including outbursts of anger, uncontrollable crying, or even small bursts of happiness
  • changes in appetite and corresponding weight gain or loss
  • difficulty concentrating or making decisions
  • insomnia or hypersomnia (excessive sleeping)
  • suicidal thoughts or behaviors

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BHS Contact

Find Behavioral Health Services at:
Location: Campbell County Memorial Hospital, 501 S. Burma Ave., Fifth Floor, Gillette, Wyoming

Appointments Available: Monday-Thursday, 8 am-5 pm; Friday, 8 am-12 pm

Phone: 307-688-5000

24/7 Crisis Line: 307-688-5555 after hours, weekends, and holidays

A sliding fee scale is available at CCH Behavioral Health Services (BHS). Learn more about the services BHS provides at