Behavioral health services including mental health outpatient (adult and children), supervised living, supported living, community support team, victims services and 24-hour crisis line.
In addition to other services, AID recently opened The Living Room, a mental health crisis alternative for adults. It is a comfortable, non-clinical space that offers an alternative to hospital emergency rooms for those experiencing stressful and anxiety-provoking situations (psychiatric emergencies) so that they can be resolved without more intensive intervention.
The Living Room is open 3-8pm Monday-Thursday at Association for Individual Development, 1240 N. Highland Avenue, Aurora, IL. No appointment needed.
More information on this program: www.the-association.org
Early Head Start /Head Start program providing qualified education and support staff, training and screening, parent and child enrichment activities to boost academic development, safe and quality education, prevention initiative, home visiting for 0-3 to enhance parent/child interaction and better understand your child's developmental stages. For Parents: Family support services, parent engagement services, valuable resources and helpful community connections, parent and father engagement services, monthly parent meetings.
Community Care Program (In-home services), Adult Education Programs, ESL, Healthcare Bridge/ABE class, Citizenship Services, Case Management, Workforce Development. Social Services. Illinois Welcome Center
Connecting seniors and individuals with disabilities with information and supportive services throughout the city of Aurora.
Crisis Hotline, domestic violence services, sexual assault services, services for children, abuse intervention, economic crisis, emergency shelter, prefessional training, community education.
The Community Crisis Center provides a 40-bed emergency shelter for women and their children needing a safe place to stay. A case manager will work with you while you are here to help resolve your situation. Additional services provided include: meals, professional case management, individual and group counseling and material assistance. For more information, please contact the Community Crisis Center at 847-697-2380
EAC provides onsite, offsite and in-home individual, group, couples and family counseling services to all ages. We also conduct diagnostic screenings, evaluations and assessments with transferable reports. We offer case management services to assist individuals with basic living needs
Outreach and engagement, liaison and case management services, resistant clients, limited free counseling, and victim services
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COUNSELING, VIOLENCE INTERVENTION SERVICES, CASE MANAGMENT, PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATION MANAGEMENT, PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING
Family Focus will drive education and advocacy opportunities in the areas of Early Childhood, Youth Development, and Family Support, key program streams that we deliver in several communities. Advocacy will be directed toward issues that our community and participants face on a daily basis which include economic asset development, housing, health access and equity, public safety, immigrant supports, and overall racial equity.
Family Service Association of Greater Elgin Area provides a full array of comprehensive, outpatient mental health services.
*TELEHEALTH AVAILABLE* Group Wellness Partners is a nonprofit organization that primarily serves underserved and uninsured populations. We provide mental /behavioral health services such as individual therapy, group therapy, case management, anger management classes, family counseling, play therapy, and parent coaching.
In person and Telehealth maternal mental health services for women experiencing postpartum depression/anxiety, grief and loss of a pregnancy, or difficulty transitioning to motherhood. Case management and access to baby essentials such as formula, diapers, clothing, wipes. Unbiased options counseling for unplanned pregnancies. Adoption services for women wanting to place baby for adoption or families seeking to adopt child/children.
DVOP specialists provide Intensive Employment Services utilizing a Case Management approach to eligible Veterans with Significant Barriers to Employment (SBE) – which includes age (18-24 years old), VA-Service Connected Disability Rating, Homelessness, Recent Military Discharge combined with at least 27 weeks of unemployment, formerly incarcerated, lack of GED or high school diploma, and living at or below the poverty Level – to assist them in obtaining their employment goal.
We aim to become a powerful voice for systemic change and justice for people with records in Illinois.
Collaborative Diversion provides intense case management to individuals invited to enroll at the discretion of law enforcement. We ensure connection to all wraparound and treatment services desired by the individual.
Free, family-focused home visiting programs that help parents guide their children to succeed in school and life. Provides referrals to parenting support programs in the county and some surrounding areas. Individual program requirements will be assessed by trained staff.
AOK Networks are community-based collaborations that promote healthy pregnancies and the positive growth and development of all children birth to five and their parents / caregivers by assuring a high-quality, well-coordinated, easily-accessible system of services and supports.
Works with Kane County School Districts to assist in removing barriers for families in homeless situations (including doubled up because of economic reasons) to enroll, attend and stay stable at school. Assistance with basic needs and that which is needed to ensure students have access to receive education services. This program also provides McKinney-Vento training to schools and agencies.
The Kane County Sheriff's Office special victims unit serves the unincorporated area of Kane County. The special victims unit umbrellas senior services, serious crimes against minors, domestic violence and sexual assault victims. The SVU focuses on investigating crimes, as well as offers social work support for community members in need of services. These services include: mental health support, substance use, juvenile complaints, hoarding, homelessness, veteran assistance, and any case requiring social services.
Application assistance for verterans and their dependents who are applying for various federal, state, and local verterans benefits. These include VA benefits, discharge upgrades, financial assistance and other basic needs.
Latino Treatment Center is an outpatient substance use/abuse facility providing outpatient and intensive outpatient services to the Latinx community. Treatment is provided by our bilingual and bicultural staff through the use of bilingual materials specifically developed to cover the needs of the Latinx population. Latino Treatment Center provides: Individual Counseling, Group Counseling, Family Counseling, DUI services, Case Management Services, Treatment for DCFS clients
Opportunity Youth are ages 16 - 24 who face challenges in completing school and gaining a foothold into employment. During high rates of unemployment, youth employment takes the longest to recover with slow growth in jobs offering advancement.
LITE creates experiential learning sessions for youth to gain skills and knowledge necessary to achieve self-sufficiency and upwardly mobile careers. Collaboration with partners ensures a comprehensive approach to meet needs and strengthen support networks.
Lifespring is a transitional, 6-month to 1-year, Christ-centered housing program for women and their children. Our program is designed to help women know and follow Christ and to start a new chapter of their lives.
Midwest Asian Health Association (MAHA)’s mission is to reduce health disparities for medically underserved, low-income populations in the Midwest through providing culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate services, which include community outreach education, screening and immunization, linkage to care, mental health services, and research and policy advocacy. To serve its mission, MAHA collaborates with community-based organizations, health care providers, academic institutions, public health departments, and volunteers.
Domestic and sexual violence counseling for children, adolescents, and adults, Medical/legal advocacy, residential services, case management, parenting, prevention education, alcohol and substance use treatment
Mutual Ground Substance Use Services campus offers these services: Early Intervention, Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Treatment (Medication treatment), Anger Management by a Certified Anger Management Specialist, Nurturing Families Program (Parenting classes) are also available free of charge. Please visit our website for more information. Mutual Ground, Inc. also offers preventions services by pairing with many local schools to offer education and prevention services to students.
Mental health support for families and individuals over 18. BIPOC Support Group is for members of the Black, Indigenous, People of Color Community who are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.
Conversemos Enfrenta el Estigma- a group that is held in Spanish. The group reads, writes, and discusses topics of mental health. Community presentations for students, school staff, and the community to help eradicate mental health stigma and share red flags.
COMPASS Program: For Northwestern patients-collaborative care team: Support lasts from pregnancy to oneyear after the baby is born. Located in Chicago. More info: https://compass-care.northwestern.edu/
Healthcare, HIV testing and healthcare, HIV preventative care, medical case management, housing for HIV confirmed.
MPox vaccines available - call for details.
Emergency homeless shelter for men, women and families serving Elgin, Rutland, Dundee and Hanover Townships. The shelter is open 24/7, 365 days/nights a year. We also provide comprehensive case management services to every guest.
Senior assessment and care coordination, caregiver assistance, adult protective services, emergency services and home repair, friendly visiting, transportation, medical equipment lending closet
Provides case management and referrals to community members in need.
WE PROVIDE ACCESS TO FOOD, TOILETRIES, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, AND BABY ITEMS. WE ALSO DO REFERRALS.
Transitions offers the highest quality of end of life care and symptom management care services. We specialize in supporting individuals and families who are facing the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual challenges confronted when dealing with terminal and chronic illnesses. Paramount to our philosophy is to ensure that our patient is experiencing their final transition on their own specified terms — in comfort and with dignity. In our care, our main objective is always to maximize patients’ comfort and quality of life. Ability to obtain medical equipment for patients. Offers hospice, palliative care, and homecare services.
The agency provides mental health counseling, case management, client centered consultation, referrals to community resources and psychiatric services (limited capacity for adult referrals to psychiatric services) to clients of all age ranges, starting at age 4 and clients of all income levels. In our counseling program and psychiatric services, we do not accept referrals of adults with chronic mental illness. We also provide groups through our Emotional Wellness Program.
Two Rivers Head Start is a Community Action Agency of Kane County. We help low-income families reach self-sufficiency through emergency assistance for families in crisis needing immediate aid, case management, prevention services, and scholarships. Our emergency services can cover: Rental and utility assistance, Vision, Dental, and medication assistance (Mercy pharmacy); Emergency transportation: car repair, bus vouchers. We can provide financial assistance to families for tutoring at the Huntington Tutoring Center. Our organization also promotes the Kindergarten readiness of young children aged 3-5 years for income-eligible families; Two Rivers Head Start is a Federal program that promotes the school readiness of children from birth to age five from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development. Two Rivers Head Start serves children ages 3-5 year of age.
VNA offers free pregnancy testing, prenatal care, vaccinations, sick care and physicals (including for school), diabetes and high blood pressure care, dental and vision care, mental health services, low-cost prescription drugs, home health and hospice programs, and application assistance.
Free home-visiting and doula services for expecting, first and second time moms of any age and income. Supports include: Doula and Home Visitor support, parent education, developmental screenings, community resource connections, advocacy, food, and caregiver supports. We also offer free virtual prenatal classes. Link to sign up is on the www.vnahealth.com website. All are welcome.
A child welfare agency licensed by the State of Illinois to provide care for youth who are abused, neglected, and dependent. YSB licenses and supports its own network of foster homes. A provider of treatment services including individual, family, and group therapy. .
Job training and educational opportunities for at-risk youth ages 16-24 who have previously dropped out of high school or may have graduated and would benefit from the programs. Youth learn vocational skills in construction, (onsite training, industry certifications, and career readiness skills, education; academic skills, GED Certification, and college readiness, leadership, coaching, community service, and Youth Voice and input. Youth also provide community service through the required construction or rehabilitation of affordable housing for low-income or homeless families in their own neighborhoods. YouthBuild Elgin is part of the Illinois YouthBuild Coalition, which works on behalf of Illinois’ YouthBuild programs to serve young adults across the state. Youth Build Elgin is also funded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s YouthBuild program, which prepares workers for quality jobs and promotes the attainment of skills and knowledge necessary for success in a knowledge-based economy.
Non-emergency calls received after working hours will be answered the next business day.