Employment Opportunities

LCMHS as Employer

Labette Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to developing the fullest potential of each person on the staff.

Our Clients:

  • Through respectful, caring relationships.
  • Individualized services and choice in treatment, goals and outcomes.
  • By offering a full range of services to meet multiple levels of need.
  • By offering hope for a better well-being.

Our staff (services):

  • Through confidential, honest communication.
  • Through integrity and balance in our approach.
  • Preventive strategies.
  • High-quality, evidence-based practices.
  • Achieving positive results for children, individuals, and families we serve.
Statement of our Values:
At Labette Center for Mental Health Services, Inc., we value:

How to apply for positions:
Qualified applicants are invited to send resumes to:

Natasha Purcell, Human Resources
Labette Center for Mental Health Services, Inc.,
P. O. Box 258, Parsons, KS 67357
Or email: Natasha@lcmhs.com.

To print out an application:

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Strengths of our staff include:

  • Caring, compassionate people with a personal touch
  • Supportive of each other as staff members with the usual attitude of "Sure, I'll help you out."
  • Genuine respect for clients with an approach of strengths-orientation toward them

Psychosocial Aide - Children (Part Time)

Labette Center for Mental Health Services, Inc. in Parsons, Kansas, is seeking to add a Psychosocial Aide to our staff. The primary function of the position is to provide support and a good role model for children and adolescents working one on one or in groups. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age or older, have a valid drivers license and be able to pass background checks. This is a part-time position. Applications can be picked up at 1730 Belmont, Parsons, KS, or you may send a resume by mail to Attn: Human Resources, Labette Center for Mental Health Services, Inc., P.O. Box 258, Parsons, Kansas, 67357-0258, or you can email to Natasha@lcmhs.com. EOE

Our community:

  • Collaborative relationships with key partners.
  • Offering resources for community wellness.
  • Promoting interagency cooperation in treatment and outcomes for clients.
  • Maximizing independence for individuals in the community.
  • Providing support for the entire community.