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1 2015 RESOURCE DIRECTORY Need additional 2015 People in Need Directories? FREE downloads are available on the Resource page of our website:

2 A Special Thanks to our Directory Sponsor We appreciate your support!

3 2015 Brought to you by the following supporting organizations: 22nd Judicial Circuit Family Violence Coordinating Council 22nd Judicial Circuit Specialty Courts Aurora University-Woodstock Centegra Health System Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Northern Illinois Epilepsy Foundation FamiliesETC Grant Resources, LLC Home of the Sparrow League of Women Voters of McHenry County LifeSpring Community Church McHenry County College McHenry County Crisis Program McHenry County Department of Health McHenry County Mental Health Board Pioneer Center for Human Services Senior Care Volunteer Network Senior Services Associates, Inc. United Way of Greater McHenry County

4 THE PEOPLE IN NEED FORUM WOULD LIKE TO GIVE A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS FOR BELIEVING IN OUR CAUSE AND FOR THEIR GENEROUS MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS THAT HAVE MADE THIS DAY POSSIBLE PRESENTING SPONSORS COMMUNITY SPONSORS Ace Coffee Bar Centegra Health System Friends of McHenry County College Foundation Heritage Woods of Huntley Heritage Woods of McHenry Home State Bank League of Women Voters Education Fund McHenry County College McHenry County Mental Health Board Northwest Herald

5 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1ST WAY PREGNANCY SUPPORT SERVICES st Way 4-C: Life COMMUNITY Center COORDINATED CHILD CARE W Johnsburg 22ND JUDICIAL Road CIRCUIT FAMILY VIOLENCE COORDINATING COUNCIL Hours of Service (always call first) 2 Johnsburg, ADULT IL & CHILD THERAPY SERVICES M T W TH F 2 ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION Morning X X X X X 3 AMERICAN BRAIN TUMOR ASSOCIATION Afternoon X X X X 3 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY-FOX VALLEY REGION X 4 SA S A SAFE PLACE What we BIG do: BROTHERS We provide BIG assistance, SISTERS emotional OF MCHENRY and financial COUNTY support for women and girls who find themselves in a 5 crisis pregnancy. BLESSING BARN We do pregnancy testing, and limited ultrasound screening. We provide prenatal, child development 5 and child CAPT. rearing JAMES education. A LOVELL We FEDERAL provide maternity HEALTH clothes, CARE CENTER/ infant clothes, diapers, formula, and additional item for babies MCHENRY and children. COMMUNITY We offer a BASED young mom s OUTPATIENT support group. CLINIC We provide referrals for medical, financial and other assistance. CARE CENTER Who we CASA serve: OF Women MCHENRY and COUNTY teenage girls in McHenry Country and surrounding areas Eligibility CATHOLIC requirements: CHARITIES Pregnant MCHENRY and/or recently gave birth, no income verification CENTEGRA HEALTH SYSTEM VARIES 8 Additional CENTEGRA Information: SPECIALTY HOSPITAL WOODSTOCK CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER OF MCHENRY CO CHOOSE RESPECT Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish service and interpreter available COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY FOR MCHENRY COUNTY Fees/Insurance: All services are free CONSUMER CREDIT COUNSELING SERVICE OF MCHENRY COUNTY, INC DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC AID DIRECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM EMERGENCY SHELTER SITES 42 EPILEPSY FOUNDATION-MCHENRY COUNTY FAMILIES ETC C: Community FAMILY ALLIANCE Coordinated Child Care Ridgeview FAMILY Drive HEALTH PARTNERSHIP CLINIC Hours of Service: 8: AM 4:30 PM 13 McHenry, IL FOOD PANTRIES M T W TH F 41 FREE GUITARS FOR FUTURE STARS Morning X X X X X 14 GATEWAY FOUNDATION Afternoon X X HOPE X X X 14 SA S HEARTHSTONE COMMUNITES HEARTHSTONE EARLY LEARNING CENTER HOME OF THE SPARROW What HOTLINES we do: Services for families include child care financial assistance to income eligible families; child care referrals 43 and consumer ILLINOIS education DEPT to OF those VETERANS seeking child AFFAIRS care Who we ILLINOIS serve: MIGRANT Children and COUNCIL families in McHenry, DeKalb, Lee, Ogle, Carroll and Whiteside counties 17 Eligibility LIFESPRING requirements: COMMUNITY None CHURCH LAKE COUNTY CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING MAIN STAY THERAPEUTIC RIDING PROGRAM, INC MARENGO AREA OUTREACH (MORE) MCHENRY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: N/A MCHENRY COUNTY COOPERATIVE DENTAL CLINIC Fees/Insurance: MCHENRY N/A COUNTY COURT SERVICES Availability: MCHENRY During COUNTY regular office CRISIS hours MCHENRY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH MCHENRY COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY MCHENRY COUNTY PADS MCHENRY COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE P age

6 1 st Way Life Center W Johnsburg Road MCHENRY COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE COALITION Hours of Service (always call first) 23 Johnsburg, IL MCHENRY COUNTY WIC PROGRAM MCHENRY COUNTY WORKFORCE NETWORK Afternoon X X X X MIDWEST CENTER FOR CHILDRENS DEVELOPMENT X NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR MENTAL ILLNESS MCHENRY COUNTY (NAMI) NEIGHBORS FOOD PANTRY OF WONDER LAKE What we NORTHERN do: We provide ILLINOIS assistance, SPECIAL emotional RECREATION and financial ASSOCIATION support for (NISRA) women and girls who find themselves in a 27 crisis pregnancy. OPTIONS & We ADVOCACY do pregnancy FOR testing, MCHENRY and limited COUNTY ultrasound screening. We provide prenatal, child development 27 and child PIONEER rearing CENTER education. FOR We HUMAN provide SERVICES maternity clothes, infant clothes, diapers, formula, and additional item for 28 babies and children. We offer a young mom s support group. We provide referrals for medical, financial and other PRAIRIE STATE LEGAL assistance. RECOVERY INTERNATIONAL Who we serve: Women and teenage girls in McHenry Country and surrounding areas ROSECRANCE MCHENRY COUNTY Eligibility SAFE requirements: FAMILIES FOR Pregnant CHILDREN and/or recently gave birth, no income verification SAMARITAN COUNSELING CENTER OF THE NORTHWEST SUBURBS Additional SELF-ADVOCACY Information: OF NORTHERN ILLINOIS (SACNI) SENIOR CARE VOLUTEER NETWORK SENIOR SERVICES ASSOCIATES, INC. (CRYSTAL LAKE) Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish service and interpreter available SENIOR SERVICES ASSOCIATES, INC. (MCHENRY) Fees/Insurance: All services are free SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 42 SPECIAL EDUCATION DISTRICT OF MCHENRY COUNTY (SEDOM) ST. PAUL DIAPER BANK PARTNERSHIP THE RENEWAL CENTER - A WELLNESS OASIS FOR CANCER SURVIVORS THE SALVATION ARMY GOLDEN DINERS SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM C: Community THE SALVATION Coordinated ARMY OF MCHENRY Child COUNTY Care Ridgeview TLS: Drive TRANSITIONAL LIVING SERVICES Hours of Service: 8: AM 4:30 PM 36 McHenry, IL THERSHOLDS M T W TH F 37 SA S THRIFT STORES 43 TOWNSHIP OFFICES 44 TURNING POINT, INC VETERANS ASSISTANCE 41 VETERANS ASSISTANCE COMMISSION OF MCHENRY COUNTY What VETERANS we do: Services R&R for families include child care financial assistance to income eligible families; child care referrals 39 and consumer WOODSTOCK education to BIBLE those CHURCH seeking child care Who we WOODSTOCK serve: Children PUBLIC and families LIBRARY in McHenry, (ESL PROGRAM) DeKalb, Lee, Ogle, Carroll and Whiteside counties 40 Eligibility WOODSTOCK requirements: SCHOOL None DISTRICT #200 MENTORING Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: N/A Fees/Insurance: N/A Availability: During regular office hours 1 P age

7 1 st Way Life Center W Johnsburg Road Johnsburg, IL Afternoon X X X X X What we do: We provide assistance, emotional and financial support for women and girls who find themselves in a crisis pregnancy. We do pregnancy testing, and limited ultrasound screening. We provide prenatal, child development and child rearing education. We provide maternity clothes, infant clothes, diapers, formula, and additional item for babies and children. We offer a young mom s support group. We provide referrals for medical, financial and other assistance. Who we serve: Women and teenage girls in McHenry Country and surrounding areas Eligibility requirements: Pregnant and/or recently gave birth, no income verification Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish service and interpreter available Fees/Insurance: All services are free 4-C: Community Coordinated Child Care Ridgeview Drive McHenry, IL Hours of Service: 8:30 AM 4:30 PM What we do: Services for families include child care financial assistance to income eligible families; child care referrals and consumer education to those seeking child care. Who we serve: Children and families in McHenry, DeKalb, Lee, Ogle, Carroll and Whiteside counties Eligibility requirements: None Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: N/A Fees/Insurance: N/A Availability: During regular office hours 1 P age

8 22nd Judicial Circuit Family Violence Coordinating Council MCC Shah Center 4100 W. Shamrock Lane McHenry, IL What we do: Provides for a comprehensive and collaborative approach in directing a countywide response to domestic violence through opportunities for education and training. Who we serve: Judicial system, social service agencies, law enforcement, educators, health care professionals, faith community, attorneys, social workers, and more. Eligibility requirements: None Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Interpreter available upon request Fees/Insurance: Varies for each program/event Availability: Adult and Child Therapy Services Washington Street Regency Parkway Huntley, IL What we do: We provide physical, occupational and speech therapy to McHenry County residents of all ages. We also provide free developmental screenings and free fall risk screenings. Who we serve: All ages Eligibility requirements: A doctor s prescription is required. Please call for more information. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Interpreter available upon request. Fees/Insurance: We accept most major types of insurance, Medicare, Medicaid and private pay Availability: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 8 am- 5pm, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 am-6 pm 2 P age

9 Alzheimer s Association St. Alpine Road Suite 307 Rockford, IL What we do: To eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Who we serve: Everyone Eligibility requirements: No requirements Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: None Fees/Insurance: Depends on the Service Availability: American Brain Tumor Association W Bryn Maur (Suite 550) Chicago, IL Care Line Afternoon X X X X What we do: Non-profit organization that funds brain tumor research and provides educational/support services to people diagnosed with a brain tumor. Who we serve: Eligibility requirements: None Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Fees/Insurance: None Availability: 3 P age

10 American Cancer Society Fox Valley Region opt First St. Batavia, IL, opt 3/ What we do: The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service. Who we serve: The American Cancer Society serves cancer patients and their families and friends and anyone touched by the disease. Eligibility requirements: None Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Interpreter available upon request. Fees/Insurance: Services are free to cancer patients and their families. Availability: The American Cancer Society Fox Valley Regional Office is open Monday Friday, 9 am 5pm (except holidays). Contact the American Cancer Society anytime trained cancer specialists are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call toll free or visit cancer.org for more information. A Safe Place 24-hour crisis line th Street Zion, IL Business Crisis Line Morning Afternoon What we do: Provide emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, order of protection services, supervised visitations and exchanges, and batterer intervention services Who we serve: People who have experienced domestic violence Eligibility requirements: Have experienced domestic violence Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Fees/Insurance: No charge for emergency shelter, counseling, and order of protection services Availability: Contact our 24-hour Crisis Line for Availability 4 P age

11 Big Brothers Big Sisters of McHenry County B W. Crystal Lake Rd. McHenry, IL What we do: Provide adult mentors to children between the ages of 6 and 14 who reside in McHenry County Who we serve: Children between the ages of 6 to 14 at the time of enrollment Eligibility requirements: Children who are lacking the support of two positive role models in their home and are in need of another adult friend to spend time with outside of their home. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter: Spanish Interpreter upon request Fees/Insurance: None Availability: Appointments only on weekends Blessing Barn Railroad St. Crystal Lake, IL Morning Afternoon What we do: We provide basic life need items (clothing, household, kitchen misc. other items) to those who consider themselves in need. Who we serve: Anyone in McHenry County who considers themself in need: unemployed, single moms and dads, etc. Eligibility requirements: None Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Interpreters available during our monthly recipient give-away day Fees/Insurance: None Availability: We open the 1st Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. for our recipients and take new registrations that day as well. We are also now open two evenings a month for clients of local agencies (please call in advance of sending clients so we can be prepared.) 5 P age

12 Capt. James A Lovell Federal Health Care Center McHenry Community Based Outpatient Clinic S. Route 31 McHenry, IL What we do: Provide a wide range of Health Care and Mental Health Services for veterans. Eligibility requirements: Produce a DD214 and complete a means test or provide current Military ID Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Yes Fees/Insurance: Free to a co-pay Telephone Care: (7 days, 24 hours) CARE Center, a satellite of Northwest Center against Sexual Assault Minnie St. Crystal Lake, IL / X X X X X What we do: We are the only rape crisis center serving the McHenry County area. All our services are FREE. We provide 24/7 crisis intervention through the McHenry County Crisis Line. We provide 24/7 medical advocacy at local hospitals as well as 24/7 legal advocacy at McHenry County police departments. Legal advocacy also includes court accompaniment and support and assistance in obtaining protective orders. We provide counseling services in English and Spanish for ages 3 on up. Counseling services are provided for both survivors and significant others, as well as individuals, couples, and families. We also provide prevention education and professional trainings. Who we serve: All of McHenry County Eligibility requirements: Sexual assault/abuse survivors and their significant others Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Fees/Insurance: FREE Availability: 24/7 crisis intervention, 24/7 medical and legal advocacy, counseling by appointment 6 P age

13 CASA of McHenry County N. Williams St., Suite B Crystal Lake, IL Fax What we do: Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) trains volunteers to advocate in court for abused and neglected children. Who we serve: Children (abuse/neglect) Eligibility requirements: Open McHenry County Juvenile Abuse Cases referred to CASA by the court Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Fees/Insurance: No Fees Availability: Catholic Charities McHenry W. Bull Valley Road McHenry, IL X What we do: We provide community counseling, adoption services, unplanned pregnancy services and emergency financial assistance such as rental, utility and prescription for low income persons or others in need. Also serve as a referral source for other community services. Who we serve: Eligibility requirements: McHenry County/Catholic Diocese of Rockford residents who are low income, disabled or otherwise in need of services. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Interpreter available upon request. Fees/Insurance: Free or sliding scale Availability: 7 P age

14 Centegra Health System Various locations throughout the county Centegra What we do: Full service health system with emergency rooms and acute medical services at Centegra Hospital Woodstock and Centegra Hospital McHenry. Outpatient services include laboratory services, physician services, wound care, diabetes education, physical, occupational and speech therapies, dietary consultations, sleep disorders center, back and spine center. Who we serve: Eligibility requirements: Each service may have its own eligibility requirements. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: American Sign Language interpreters available for current patients. Live Spanish Interpreters available in the emergency departments and on medical floors. AT&T language line utilized for 160 other languages. Fees/Insurance: Private insurance, Medicaid and Medicare accepted. Availability: Emergency Services may be accessed at any time via the emergency departments. For all outpatient services, please view website for details. Centegra Health System Centegra Specialty Hospital Woodstock 527 West South Street X X X X X X X X X X X What we do: Inpatient and Outpatient Behavioral Health Services Who we serve: Adults (ages 18+ with mental illnesses and chemical dependency) Eligibility requirements: 18+ Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: (American Sign Language interpreters available for current patients Live Spanish Interpreters available in the emergency departments and on medical floors. AT&T language line utilized for 160 other languages. Fees/Insurance: Private insurance, Medicaid and Medicare accepted. Limited availability of other funding available based on financial eligibility, county of residence and services needed. Availability: Inpatient unit operates 24/7/365. Times of outpatient programs vary. (Services may be accessed at any time through or via the emergency departments) 8 P age

15 Child Advocacy Center of McHenry County, Inc S. Eastwood Drive Afternoon X X x X X What we do: Help aid in the investigation of child abuse cases and coordination of forensic interviews while offering advocacy services to victims and their families. Who we serve: Children under 18 Eligibility requirements: There are no eligibility requirements to receive services. Clients are referred via law enforcement and DCFS investigation reports. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish interpreter available and access to interpretation services as needed. Fees/Insurance: There is no fee for services Availability: Office hours are Monday through Friday 9a-5p, for emergencies please contact the Crisis Line Choose Respect West Judd Street Woodstock, Il Morning CALL TO SCHEDULE Afternoon What we do: Choose Respect is a group of high school students that is trained to work with younger children, peers, parents, and community members regarding development of healthy relationships. These students use interactive activities to explore bullying, unhealthy dating relationships, and domestic violence. Their ultimate goal is to increase skills and self-esteem in attendees. Who we serve: Primarily group settings. Will work with individuals on request. Any age. Eligibility requirements: NONE Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: NONE Fees/Insurance: NONE Availability: Will schedule upon request. 9 P age

16 Community Action Agency for McHenry County N. Benton Street Suite 3 Morning X X X X Afternoon X X X X What we do: We administer Head Start, a comprehensive developmental preschool program, which promotes school readiness. Who we serve: Children who reside in McHenry County between the ages of three and five years Eligibility requirements: Must meet low-income eligibility standards. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Fees/Insurance: None Availability: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. 5 p.m. - Centers in Crystal Lake, Harvard, McHenry, Cary half day sessions, in addition, a home-based option. Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Northern Illinois, Inc Russel Court Virginia X X X X X What we do: Credit and Debt Counseling and Education, Mortgage Default and Foreclosure Prevention Counseling and Education, Bankruptcy pre-filing Counseling and Pre-discharge education, Debt Management Program to repay unsecured debt, pre-purchase housing education and credit report analysis. Who we serve: Anyone who needs assistance with financial matters. We cover McHenry and Lake Counties, as well as serve clients from Kane, Boone, Winnebago and southern Wisconsin in small numbers. Eligibility requirements: We have no restrictions on eligibility. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Interpreter available. Interpreter for other languages upon request. Fees/Insurance: No charge for initial counseling Availability: Debt Management Program has start-up fee of $25 and monthly fees based on income. Bankruptcy fees are $50 or $75 joint filing, online education is $40 or $60 joint filing, $125 is fee for Reverse Mortgage counseling, Housing classes are $50. No one is turned away for inability to pay. 10 P age

17 Department of Public Aid Clay St What we do: Community health & prevention programs, programs for persons with developmental disabilities, mental illness, or substance abuse programs, employment training, independent living programs, financial support, employment & training programs, child care, other family services for low income families, information, outreach and referrals. Who we serve: Eligibility requirements: Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Fees/Insurance: Availability: Direct Assistance Program Kishwaukee Valley Road (Grace Lutheran Church) /www.wacm.org Patrice Braun, Coordinator Morning Afternoon X What we do: Provide a process that clients in need may seek emergency financial aid. We can assist with Pace passes, gas food, clothing and some prescribed medications. Who we serve: Residents of Woodstock/School District #200. Eligibility requirements: Must reside in Woodstock or within District #200. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: None Fees/Insurance: N/A Availability: Thursday from 12 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. 11 P age

18 Epilepsy Foundation-McHenry County Commerce Dr., Suite 175 Crystal Lake, IL Morning 8:30 8:30 8:30 8:30 8:30 Afternoon 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 What we do: Medical navigation, support group, case management for McHenry County residents with epilepsy/seizures. Who we serve: Residents of McHenry County with epilepsy/seizures. Eligibility requirements: Diagnosis of epilepsy, traumatic brain injury or rule out for epilepsy. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Fees/Insurance: Both insured and uninsured welcome. Availability: By appointment. FamiliesETC Community Resource Center 620 Dakota Street Crystal Lake, IL Dr. Anne-Marie Kane, Executive Director Hours of Service (please call first) Afternoon X X X X X What we do: FamiliesETC is a non-profit, charitable organization of families serving other local families across McHenry County. We provide a variety of services to families raising children with serious emotional challenges and adhere to the values of Family-Driven care. Family-Driven care means that we deliver support and services with compassion, seeking first to strengthen family bonds, while encouraging parent empowerment and participation in every aspect of their child s care. We offer comprehensive assistance, support, advocacy, and education services and, last year, FamiliesETC helped over 400 families and youth through these and other critical support programs and services. Our Programs and Services include: Professional Wraparound, Project Success Program, DCFS System of Care (SOC), Parent Mentoring, Peer Mentoring, and Resource Center & Diaper Bank. Who we serve: Families, Children and Adolescents; Adults Eligibility requirements: Specific program eligibility varies; Community Resource Center and Resource Navigators are open to any individual or family living in McHenry County. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish interpretation available upon request. Fees/Insurance: All services are free to McHenry County residents Availability: Monday through Friday, or by appointment. 12 P age

19 Family Alliance N. Seminary Avenue What we do: Provide primary care services, wellness-based day program services, memory loss day program services, care partner education, respite and support. In addition, mental health services include therapy, community support, psychosocial rehabilitation groups and psychiatry. Who we serve: Adults who are experiencing mental, physical, emotional or social challenges. Eligibility requirements: Adults age 50 and over. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Interpreter available upon request. Fees/Insurance: Services funded through Medicare, Medicaid, Insurance, VA, IDOA or private pay with sliding scale based on income. Availability: Hours are 9 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. All above services also available at our new Huntley location (call for hours of service.) Farm Hill Dr., Huntley, IL Family Health Partnership Clinic E. Congress Parkway Crystal Lake, IL Suzanne Hoban, MPH Executive Director X What we do: The Clinic provides primary health care to people without health insurance. These services are provided through a small staff and 29 volunteer physicians. Who we serve: Uninsured Eligibility requirements: Must not have insurance of any kind, including Public Aid Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Interpreter available upon request. Fees/Insurance: Sliding fee scale Availability: 13 P age

20 Free Guitars for Future Stars PO Box Morning Afternoon What we do: Provide guitars and guitar lessons. Students that finish the lesson program get to keep the guitar. Who we serve: McHenry County Eligibility requirements: Children from low-income families. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: No Fees/Insurance: None Availability: Gateway Foundation HOPE (4673) W. Cedarcrest Lane Lake Villa, IL X X X X X X X X X X X What we do: Illinois' Largest Provider of Substance Abuse Treatment with 10 treatment sites across the state providing Residential, Out-Patient, and Aftercare. Programs vary by location; visit web-site or call 24-Hour Helpline at HOPE (4673) for details. Who we serve: Adolescents 13 & up and Adults. Eligibility requirements: Treatment programs for those seeking recovery from substance abuse, co-occurring, and dual diagnosis.. Other Languages Offered/Interpreter Availability: Spanish Interpreter available upon request. Fees/Insurance: Private Insurance, Self-Pay, Medicaid, DASA Availability: 24-Hour Helpline HOPE (4673). Consultations conducted Monday through Friday 8:00AM - 8:00 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM, Sunday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM 14 P age

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