Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resource Guide for Individuals and Families 

Quick reference for individuals and families seeking insight and information regarding mental health. Download PDF.

Crisis Text Line

Free, 24/7 support and information for anyone in any type of crisis.
Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the U.S.
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National Alliance on Mental Illness Help Line

1-800-950-NAMI (6264)
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National Alliance on Mental Illness - NAMI-Kane County North 

Local Community Resources
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National Alliance on Mental Illness - NAMI-Kane County South, DeKalb & Kendall Counties 

Local Community Resources
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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-8255
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Suicide Prevention Services of America, Batavia Illinois

Counseling, local support groups, workshops, depression screening.
Local phone number: 630/482-9699
Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
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Ecker Center for Mental Health

As a trusted mental health organization committed to providing care in the community since 1955, they offer an array of comprehensive outpatient services for youth and adults with mental illness. At several locations throughout the area, they help individuals and families improve their quality of life.
847/695-0484
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Care/Counseling Follow-up

If we can help you with resources for prayer, counseling referrals, Care Night or more, please fill out the following form. One of our Care staff will follow up with you in the next 48 hours.

CARE/COUNSELING FOLLOW-UP FORM

You may also leave a message on the care line at 630/485-3420.

Inspiring Stories Interview With Kay Warren

Kay Warren, co-founder of Saddleback Church with her husband, Rick, is an international speaker, best selling author, and Bible teacher who has a passion for inspiring and motivating others to make a difference with their lives. She is best know for more than 10 years as a tireless advocate for those living with mental illness, HIV & AIDS, and the orphaned and vulnerable children left behind. As an advocate, she has traveled to 19 countries, calling on public and private sectors to respond with prevention, care, treatment, and support. Kay is also a board member of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention.