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Mental Health Council
The Kane County Mental Health Council was formed to address access to mental health services, a need identified by the IPLAN Committee.  Kane County has a wide array of private and public mental health services but in many cases they are not well coordinated, unevenly distributed, under-funded, and often not accessible to those without insurance. Awareness of mental health needs and available resources is also relatively low.

A Community Awareness Committee meets monthly to develop awareness campaigns. It has established a Web site, conducted news conferences, sponsored educational programs for educators, developed presentation material and is branching out into social media. 
NEWS:
 
 
LINKS:
Kane County Mental Health Council Website
We Support Mental Health
Mental Health Illinois
 
For more information call:
 (630) 208-3140
 

The Association for Individual Development, 630-966-4000
Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center, 630-859-6562
Delnor Community Hospital, 630-208-3000
Ecker Center for Mental Health Services, 847-695-0484
Family Counseling Service of Aurora, 630-844-2662
Family Service Association of Greater Elgin Area, 847-695-3680
Gateway Foundation/Aurora, 630-966-7400
Greater Elgin Family Care Center, 847-608-1344
Kane County Health Department, 630-208-3801
Larkin Center, 847-695-5656
League of Women Voters, 630-365-2138
INC Board, 630-892-5456
National Alliance on Mental Illness,
  DeKalb, Kane-South, Kendall Counties, Inc., 630-896-6264
National Alliance on Mental Illness-Kane County, 847-931-4715
Provena Mercy Medical Center, 630-801-2657
Provena St. Joseph Hospital, 847-931-5521
Senior Services Association, 847-741-0404
Suicide Prevention, Services,  630-482-9696
TriCity Family Services, 630-232-1070
VNA Health Care, 630-978-9835 

 
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