Mental/Behavioral Health Currently Funded Agencies

The Community Mental Health Board (CMHB) provides funding to local social service agencies on an annual basis.  For more information on these agencies, please contact CMHB at (708) 358-8855.  Listed below are the currently funded agencies for FY19:

 

Community Support Services
http://cssservices.org

•    Respite services serving the developmentally disabled and their families
•    Family Centered case management services

Hephzibah
http://www.hephzibahhome.org/

•    Respite services serving the developmentally disabled and their families
•    Family Centered case management services
•    Psychiatry Services

IWS Children’s Clinic
http://www.childrenscliniciws.org
320 Lake Street
Oak Park, IL  60302
(708) 848-0528

•   Children’s Case Management Services

Housing Forward
http://www.housingforward.org
1851 S. 9th Avenue
Maywood, IL  60153
(708) 338-1724

Oak Park office - 6634 W Roosevelt Road
Oak Park, IL  60304

•    Homelessness Prevention Shelter program
•    Coordinated Entry Services

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
http://www.namimetsub.org
816 Harrison Street
Oak Park, IL  60304
(708) 524-2582

•    Drop-In Center provides a day social service program for adults with mental illnesses
•    Support, Advocacy and Outreach directly provides initiatives education classes and support groups
•    Supported Employment

Oak Leyden Developmental Disability Services
http://www.oak-leyden.org/
411 Chicago Avenue
Oak Park, IL  60302
(708) 524-1050 ext. 107

•    Early Intervention Case Management
•    Supported Employment Program provides adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to secure employment
•    Multidisciplinary Clinic offers behavioral and health treatment to identify and treat the healthcare needs of the disabled

Oak Park Township Senior Services
http://oakparktownship.org/departments/seniors

130 S. Oak Park Avenue
Oak Park, IL  60302
(708) 383-8060

•    Geriatric Mental Health Case Management assists older persons with mental health issues in gaining access to needed services

Opportunity Knocks
http://opportunityknocksnow.org/
8020 Madison Street
River Forest, IL  60305
(708) 771-6159 ext. 220

•    A series of socially active, community-based services for teens and young adults.  There is an alternative day program for older adults.

New Moms
http://www.newmoms.org
405 S. Euclid Ave.
Oak Park, IL  60302
(773) 252-3253 ext. 221

•    Parenteen, Parenting On Our Own provides prevention, support groups, and education services to high-risk services.

PCC Wellness Center
http://www.pccwellness.org/
14 West Lake Street
Oak Park, IL  60302
(708) 383-0113

•    Primary Care, Mental Health, medication management and support services to assist patients regardless of ability to pay.

Presence Behavioral Health
http://www.presencehealth.org
1414 W. Main St.
Melrose Park, IL   60164
877-737-4636

•    Mental health and psychiatric treatment for families, adults, adolescents and children at locations in Melrose Park and Westchester.  Parenting classes, support groups, residential programs, 24 hour crisis intervention. 

Sarah’s Inn
http://www.sarahsinn.org
P.O. Box 1159
Oak Park, IL  60304
(708) 386-4225

•    Prevention Services-Teen Dating Violence Prevention the goal is to teach students about dating violence.
•    Support Services delivers a continuum of advocacy, support and emergency services to battered women and their families.

Smart Love Family Services
http://www.smartlovefamily.org
Rush Medical Office Building
610 S. Maple
Suite 5601
Oak Park, IL  60304
(773) 665-8052

•    Services and support to children, adolescents, parents, couples and adults who need counseling, parent coaching and parent education classes. 

UCP Seguin Services
http://www.seguin.org/adult_services/residential.html
3100 South Central Avenue
Cicero, IL  60804
(708) 863-3803

•    Building Bridges to the Future provides residential and rehabilitative services to developmentally disabled adults.
•    Weekend/In Home Respite provides respite for caregivers and social support for people with disabilities on weekends.
•    Social Recreation and Supported Employment.

Strive For Success
http://www2.tasc.org/
TASC, Inc.
49 Lake Street
Oak Park, IL 60302
(224) 423-4588 or 855-827-2444

•    Advocacy and case management for men, women and youth with drug problems, other health conditions, and arrest histories.

Thresholds
http://www.thresholds.org
4101 N. Ravenswood Ave.
Chicago, IL  60613
(773) 572-5400

•    West Suburban Community Support Services assists in the stabilization of clients in the community and reduce or eliminate the need for psychiatric hospitalization

Thrive Counseling Center
http://www.thrivecc.org/
120 S. Marion St.
Oak Park, IL 60302
(708) 383-7500

•    Psychiatric Leadership
•    Adult Therapy and Case Management
•    Youth Therapy and Case Management

Way Back Inn
http://www.waybackinn.org
412 Wesley Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60302
(708) 345-8422

•    Family Support Program provides rehabilitation and support services that address the special needs of women who are suffering from drug dependence.

Y.E.M.B.A. Inc.
http://www.yemba-inc.org
1106-1110 Madison St., 2nd Fl.
Oak Park, IL  60302
(773) 842-5022

•    Provides group mentorship for youth for leadership development and success in life.

Contact

General Information:
708.383.8005

Youth Services:
708.445.2727

Senior Services:
708.383.8060

Fax:
708.383.8062

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