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KANE COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH COUNCIL

www.kanecountymentalhealth.org

An alliance dedicated to improving mental health services

for children, adults and families in their communities.

 

 

 

 

Emergency Psychiatric Services

Ecker PEP (Psychiatric Evaluation Program at Advocate Sherman Hospital) Immediate medical intervention is available if needed. No appointment is necessary, but calling 847-888-2211 before arrival is helpful. PEP is located next to Advocate Sherman Hospital Emergency Department at 1425 N. Randall Road in Elgin. Northern Kane County

 AID              Southern Kane County 630-966-9393

Elgin Center-1135 Bowes Road Elgin, IL 60123 Phone: 847-931-6200

 

Ecker Center for Mental Health:  847-695-0484

www.eckercenter.org

Family Service Assn. of Greater Elgin Area

847-695-3680

 

Suicide Prevention Services:  630-482-9696

www.spsfv.org

TriCity Family Services 630-232-1070

www.tricityfamilyservices.org

 

About involuntary hospitalization and medication,

Kane County State's Attorneys' Office

37W777, Rte. 38, Geneva, IL  60134 630-232-3500

 

Significant Legal Resource:  Kane County Bar Assn.

127 James St., Geneva.  630-232-6416 (for referrals)

 

Prairie Legal Services - legal counsel for primary

consumers:  630-232-9415    800-942-4612

 

Illinois has a Warm Line operated by persons with the Certified Recovery Support Specialist (CRSS) & Certified Family Partnership Professionals (CFPP) credentials. This is not a crisis line, but is a source of support, for you or your family. The Warm Line is open all year, but only during businesshours and folks do have to go through an automated system to connect.
The Warm Line: 866-359-7953,
M-F, 8am-5pm CDT
From the main menu, select option #2 for Consumers and Families
Next, select option #5 for the Warm Line: Peer and Family Support by Phone.


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