OCD Kansas exists to raise awareness about obsessive-compulsive disorder; help those who struggle with OCD to cope and find evidence-based treatment; and support the families, friends, and communities who support these brave individuals. We have IRS 501(c)3 status as a recognized non-profit organization.
It is an exciting time of transition and development for OCD Kansas! New board members were voted in to assume the leadership and increase the programming across the state. The new board includes Amy Jacobsen, PhD, President; William Oakley, PsyD, Vice-President; and Katie Kriegshauser, PhD, Treasurer. Thank you to the IOCDF and local supporters for a successful funding campaign to help launch this new phase of OCD Kansas!