Hello! As part of our commitment to the local community, we want to provide trusted resources for anyone who needs them. Please note we have no affiliation with any of these organizations and receive no payment from any of these centers. We simply want to offer resources in the community for additional help and support.
- Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255.
- Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 799-7233 (If you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 22522)
- Call4Calm Text “TALK” to 552020
- CARES Line (800) 345-9049
Addictions/ Substance Abuse
- Recovery Centers of America (St. Charles)
- Start Your Recovery
- Sandstone (Buffalo Grove), Drug & alcohol outpatient rehab offers a continuum of care for teens and young adults struggling with substance ab
- What to Know About Binge Drinking
- Mental Health Resources for Parents
Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) /Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
- Plena Mind Center children & adolescents (847) 562-5612 (1450 Techny Rd, Northbrook, IL 60062)
- Rogers Behavioral Health (Skokie, IL)
- Compass Health Center (224) 306-1879 (60 Revere Dr Suite 100, Northbrook, IL 60062)
- Newport Academy/ Institute ( ages 12 – 32 with mental health, substance abuse, anxiety, depression)
Grief & Loss
- Willow House non-fit, support for Children, Teens, & Families at no cost.
- Rainbows for All Children — (Evanston, IL) Grief counseling for kids going through Divorce, Loss, group setting, no cost
- Renfrew – Individualized Eating Disorder Treatment Center (Northbrook, IL)
College Planning for Students
Mental Health Education & Scholarships
- The Balance Project 501(c)(3) non-profit organization helping families and individuals access emotional wellness support. We build mental health awareness through education and community programming. We connect individuals to resources and treatment. We work to try to eliminate financial barriers for all to find a better balance.
- CATCH (Northbrook) CATCH is a 501(c)(3) providing support and educational programs for elementary, junior high, and high school students and families.