Resources

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NSPL

 

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NAMI resources

 

Whitney’s Walk for Life

Heart of Illinois United Way – Help for Hard Times guide

Heart of Illinois United Way – Rebuilding Hope After a Natural Disaster

American Association of Suicidology (AAS)

Illinois Department of Human Services Office Locator

It Only Takes One

Learn Psychology: Suicide Prevention for Students

Mental Health America

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

National Institute of Mental Health

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

What a Difference a Friend Makes

Take Charge of Your Dual Diagnosis: Your Resource Guide

Optimum Nutrition for Depression

Health & You: How Swimming Can Help Reduce Symptoms of Depression

Talking with Your Doctor about Depression

How Service and Therapy Dogs are Helping PTSD Victims

How to Talk with Someone You Love When They are Depressed

9 Best Ways to Support Someone with Depression

How Caregivers Can Take Better Care of Themselves

 

 

 

CHILD ABUSE

 

CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE – 1-800-15-ABUSE (22873)

 

DEPARTMENT OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES – 671-7900

 

Contact your local Police Department:

  • Peoria County Sheriff’s Dept. 672-6011
  • Peoria Police Department 673-4521In case of an emergency please dial 911

 

CHILDREN’S SERVICES

BIG BROTHER/BIG SISTER – 637-1771

BRIGHT FUTURES – 686-8590

CENTER FOR PREVENTION OF ABUSE – 691-0551

  • Youth Prevention Service
  • Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault counseling and programs
  • Prevention Programs
  • Safe from the Start – 686-5229 Domestic Violence Program

CHILDREN’S HOME – 685-1047

COUNSELING

THE WARM LINE – 1-866-359-7953

  • Support over the phone
  • Youth and adult Non-crisis support
  • Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 p.m.
  • Emotional support/mental health recovery education/referrals for resources

THE ANTIOCH GROUP – 692-6622

  • Counseling is available on a sliding fee scale

CENTER FOR YOUTH & FAMILY SOLUTIONS (CYFS) – 323-6600 Website: cyfsolutions.org

  • Women’s Counseling and Support Services (WCSS) – prenatal and post pregnancy
  • Family Counseling, Youth Crisis Intervention, women’s counseling and support services, and Senior (age 60+) in-home counseling
  • Foster Care and Adoption Services
  • Youth Family & Community (YFC) Outreach Services (Tazewell & Woodford Co.)

THE CHILDREN’S HOME – 685-1047

  • Good Beginnings – first time mothers prenatal to 2 weeks or younger
  • Family Preservation and Support Services (Fostercare)– in-home counseling
  • Tri-County Child and Adolescent Services – intensive in-home therapy
    • 309-687-7936
  • Outpatient Mental Health Services – counseling (office or home based)
  • Homeless Youth Services – age 16-20 years old call 687-8787   24 hours a day
  • Youth, Family & Community (YFC) outreach program (Peoria Co.) – crisis services

FAMILY CORE

  • Washington Street location (main office)– 676-2400
  • Personal and Family Counseling, Services to Single Parents and Single Expectant Parents, Teen Pregnancy Prevention Services
  • Knoxville Outreach Center – 682-4621Counseling, Foster Care and Adoption services

HULT CENTER for HEALTHY LIVING – 692-6650

  • Non-profit provider of comprehensive health education and wellness services for people of all ages
  • Referral Resources
  • Online Mental Health Screenings www.hulthealthy.org

UNITY POINT HEALTH BEHAVIORAL HEALTH OUTPATIENT CLINIC – 672-5609

  • Requires a referral from your doctor
  • Medicaid only (call to see if accepting new patients)

UNITY POINT PROCTOR COUNSELING CENTER – 689-6008

  • Youth and Adult counseling services
  • HUMAN SERVICE CENTER – 671-8084 (N. Richard Pryor Place)
  • EMERGENCY RESPONSE SERVICE (ERS) – 671-8084

EMERGENCY CRISIS SERVICES

  • Crisis 24/7 walk-in: 130 North Richard Pryor Place, Peoria
  • Non-crisis: Call to make an appointment

HUMAN SERVICE CENTER – 671-8040 (Hamilton Blvd.)

  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Mental Health services, Individual Counseling

SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE – 1-800-273-TALK (8255)Children’s Home

THE LINE TO HOPE – 1-855-837-4673 (1-855-837-HOPE)

  • Adults and Youth hotline
  • Counselors on call
  • 24 hours a day/7 days a week
  • Free and confidential

CRISIS TEXT LINE

  • Text the word LISTEN to 741-741
  • Youth hotline
  • Connects with counselor for mental health/emotional issues i.e. school stress, bullying, eating disorders, depression, etc.

C.A.R.E.S. LINE – 1-800-345-9049

  • Crisis and Referral Entry Services
  • Crisis Mental Health Services – links callers to a special screening, assessment and support program known as SASS. CARES will send a local SASS person or refer to another mental health service.
  • 24 hours/7 days a week

NATIONAL ADOLESCENT RUNAWAY SAFE LINE – 1-800-786-2929 (1-800-RUNAWAY)

CRISIS LINE – Children’s Home Runaway & Homeless Youth Services Program– 687-8787

MEDICAL/HEALTH RESOURCES

HEARTLAND HEALTH CLINIC – 680-7600

PEORIA HEALTH DEPARTMENT – 679-6000

  • STD Clinic – 679-6030
  • WIC – 679-6076PLANNED PARENTHOOD – 673-0907

SEXUAL ASSAULT

CENTER FOR PREVENTION OF ABUSE – 691-0551 or 1-800-559 SAFE (7233)

  • Sexual Assault Services

SUBSTANCE ABUSE

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS – 687-1329

ALANON/ALATEEN – 1-866-221-4506

HUMAN SERVICE (Adults)– 671-8084

RecoveryAS.com –1-877-968-6283

  • In-patient treatment placement assistance
  • Website: RecoveryAS.com
  • Dial #250 on mobile and say the word “recovery”

Unity Point Health Illinois Institute for Addiction Recovery – 1-800-522-3784

  • Youth and Adult substance abuse or other addictions
  • Inpatient and outpatient treatment
  • Self pay or insurance

Chestnut Health Systems – 1-888.924.3786

  • Youth and Adult Addiction Treatment & Mental Health Services

TEEN PARENTING/PREGNANCY

SAL CHILD CARE CONNECTION – 690-7300

  • They can help find a provider and they have applications for subsidized help.

CRITTENTON CENTER – 674-0105

  • Child day care

CRISIS NURSERY – 674-4125

  • Offer nursery services for birth to 6 years old during crisis situations
  • Donations of diapers and formula
  • Parent Support Groups
  • Parent Education Classes

Children’s Home GOOD BEGINNINGS – 687-7600

  • First time parents only (teen and adult), reside in Peoria or Tazewell Counties, Contact program during pregnancy or before baby is 2 weeks old
  • Parenting Services – family support worker, in-home assistance from prenatal to 3 years of age
  • Doula Services – nonmedical experienced professionals assisting with labor, delivery, and lactation consulting
  • Parenting and Prenatal groups (transportation & meal provided)

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB FAMILY 2000 PROGRAM – 685-6007

  • In home Parent Educator Program for Parents with children birth to 3 years
  • Parenting classes
  • Anger Management classes

WESTMINSTER INFANT CARE CENTER – 674-6701

  • Child care services for mothers of children 6 weeks through 2 years 11 months
  • Completing their high school education or equivalent (GED)
  • Former parent participants who are pursuing higher education..

CATHOLIC CHARITIES/ROGY’s

  • Jesus Children’s Enrichment Center – 636-7550
    • Daycare on West Peoria Campus – 6 weeks to 6 years of age
    • Before and After School program – 6 weeks to 12 years (Peoria Public School students only)

     

TRI-COUNTY URBAN LEAGUE – 673-7474

  • The Parent Childhood Education Center – 672-4358
  • Childcare and support to parents with children ages 6 weeks to 5 years
  • Parent Education Classes – 672-4359  
  • Various Parenting classes

 

 

ADULT SERVICES

HUMAN SERVICE CENTER – 671-8084 (N. Richard Pryor Place)

  • Crisis 24/7 walk-in: 130 North Richard Pryor Place, Peoria
  • Non-crisis: Call to make an appointment

HUMAN SERVICE CENTER – 671-8040 (Hamilton Blvd.)

  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Mental Health services, Individual Counseling
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