Association For Individual Development (AID)

B​​ehavioral health services including mental health outpatient (adult and children), supervised living, supported living, community support team, victims services and 24-hour crisis line.​

The Living Room is a mental health crisis alternative for adults offered by AID. 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. 

Harm Reduction Pop-Up Events

Safer smoking and injection supplies, fentanyl test strips, naloxone, safer sex supplies, rapid HIV testing, and linkages to resources as needed. 

BATAVIA - Tuesdays 1-2
Lot on the corner of
Washington (25) and Wilson

AURORA - Wednesdays 1-2
Aurora Public Library
(191 S. River St.) Parking Lot

ELGIN - Thursdays 11-12
Lot across from Library on Kimball and N. Grove (630-450-2928)

Website: and
Address: 309 Indian Trail, Aurora, IL 60506
Phone: 630-966-4000
Eligibility: BH-mental health diagnosis. Victims Services, victim of a crime and/or trauma.
Insurance: Medicaid, Medicare. no insurance
Community Crisis Center

​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​​

Phone: English: 847-697-2380   Español: 847-697-9740
Insurance: N/A
Language: English and Spanish
Focus Group Wellness Partners

*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.

Address: 27475 Ferry Rd., Warrenville, IL 60555
Phone: 630-206-3322
Eligibility: Clients must be 6 years old or older. Parental consent is needed for those under the age of 12 years. Proof of need is required to participate in our sliding scale program.
Insurance: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicaid, Aetna, Meridian, Molina, United Healthcare
Language: English and Spanish
Kane County Sheriff's Office

​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. ​​

The KCSO also offers the A Way Out program, which provides substance abuse assessment 24/7 to anyone in Kane County that wishes to seek recovery. Appropriate inpatient or outpatient referral and placement are determined by assessment and based on availability. If you are unable to pay for treatment due to a lack of insurance or financial resources, you will not be turned away from participation in the program. Kane County works with providers that are able to accept a number of different insurance plans and accommodate those without insurance.

Address: 37W755 IL Route 38, St. Charles, IL 60175
Phone: 630-444-3374
Eligibility:  Citizens of Kane County
Language: English, Spanish
Lifespring Ministry

​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.

Address: 517 College Avenue, Aurora, IL 60505
Phone: 630-851-0187
Eligibility: Willing & able to work full-time (part-time if disabled), sober for 30 days or more, must follow program rules
Insurance: N/A
Language: English
Mutual Ground Inc.

​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​.

Address: 418 Oak Avenue, Aurora, IL 60506
Phone: 630-897-0080
Eligibility: Clients identify as being a victim/survivor of domestic/sexual violence or significant other related to a victim, or is seeking help for a substance use disorder.
Language: English, Spanish
National Domestic Violence Hotline

24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse.

Contacts to The Hotline can expect highly-trained, expert advocates to offer free, confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in over 200 languages.​

Phone: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233), TTY 1.800.787.3224
Eligibility: All services are free
Language: Over 200 languages
Prairie State Legal Services

The mission of Prairie State Legal Services is to ensure equal access to justice and fair treatment under the law by providing legal advice and representation, advocacy, education, and outreach that serve to protect basic human needs and enforce or uphold rights.

PSLS envisions a community where all low-income, elderly and vulnerable people have ready access to legal services to meet their basic needs and where everyone knows, understands and can exercise their rights and be treated fairly in their pursuit of justice.​

Our clients are members of our community. Many face issues from unsafe, unstable, or unaffordable housing and lack of health care to domestic violence, keeping their children in school, and consumer debt harassment. Sometimes, they may have multiple issues at the same time. Our clients are of all ages and ethnicities. Yet, with little or no income amid their crisis, they have no other options for legal representation. Whatever challenges our clients face, our lawyers and advocates can and do make a significant difference in their lives.​
Address: 31W001 East North Avenue Suite 200 West Chicago, IL
Phone: (630) 690-2130
Youth Services Bureau

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. .

Address: 1700 N. Farnsworth, Suite 18, Aurora, IL 60505
Phone: 630-820-6303
Eligibility: Youth, runaways (or youth locked out of home), abused or neglected youth
Insurance: Licensed provider of Medicaid services and is eligible for reimbursement from many private insurance plans
Language: English, Spanish