Community Resources



The Association for Individual Development
AID is a non-profit, community-based organization that serves individuals with mental health and substance abuse concerns in Southern Kane County.  A variety of programming is available to meet the specific needs of the individual, including Crisis Services, Outpatient treatment, Residential, Groups, Substance Abuse Counseling and Victims Services.
630-966-4000 | www.the-association.org


Aunt Martha’s Healthcare Network
Aunt Martha’s offers a variety of programs and services designed to provide a full continuum of care for children, teens and families in Illinois. These resources form a spectrum of care that includes: child welfare, community based, healthcare & Mental Health Services.
630-859-6562 | www.auntmarthas.org


The Ecker Center for Mental Health
The Ecker Center for Mental Health provides services to adults with mental illness who live in the northern two-thirds of Kane County plus Barrington and Hanover Townships. Services include psychiatric care, medication and case management, recovery programs, supportive residences and psychotherapy. 24/7 crisis intervention is available through the Psychiatric Emergency Program located next to Sherman Hospital Emergency Department. Fees for service are based on a sliding scale according to income and family size. Medicaid and Medicare also will reimburse.
847-695-0484 | www.eckercenter.org

Family Counseling Service of Aurora
Family Counseling Service strengthens families through its programs of Behavioral Health, Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring and Consumer Credit Counseling Services. The agency is fully accredited, offers services in Spanish and accepts most insurances.
630-844-2662 | www.aurorafcs.org


Family Service Association of Greater Elgin Area
We offer a full array of out-patient mental health services for children and adolescents that reside in School District U-46, Burlington or District #300. The agency is also the Screening Assessment and Support Service (SASS) provider for Kane and Kendall Counties. This program screens children and adolescents who are at imminent risk of needing to be hospitalized for psychiatric reasons that are wards of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, who are Medicaid eligible or who have no health insurance.
847-695-3680 | www.fsaelgin.org

Gateway Foundation/Aurora
Provides outpatient mental health services to children, adolescents, and adults. Provides substance abuse treatment services in outpatient, residential, and recovery home settings for adult women. Residential substance abuse services for adolescent females scheduled to open in December 2008.
630-966-7400 | www.recoveratgateway.org

Greater Elgin Family Care Center
GEFCC provides quality, affordable and comprehensive behavioral health, medical and dental care to all residents of the greaterElgin area, regardless of their ability to pay. Our services include child and adolescent psychiatry and behavioral health counseling for children, teens and families. Medicaid/All Kids and FamilyCare recipients are always welcomed!
847-608-1344 | www.gefcc


Hanover Township Mental Health Board Resource Guide

A complete resource guide designed to help residents identify and utilize the human services available in Hanover Township.


Kane County Health Department
The Kane County Health Department is working to assess and assure mental health services for the residents of Kane County. Access to mental health services is one of the 5 priorities under Kane County’s IPLAN (Illinois Project for Local Assessment of Needs).
630-208-3801 | www.kanehealth.com

League of Women Voters
The League of Women Voters is a volunteer, nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues and influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League takes positions on issues and works to achieve public policies consistent with that position.
630-365-2138 | www.lwv.org


INC. BOARD, NFP
INC. BOARD, NFP is the local mental health authority (708 Board) for seven townships of south Kane County. INC funds and plans for mental health, developmental disability and substance abuse services.

630-892-5456 | www.incboard.org


Senior Services Associates
Senior Services Associates, Inc: Safeguards the mental health of Kane, Kendall and McHenry residents ages 60 and over through frail senior assessment, caregiver support, elder abuse and crisis intervention, guardianship and a 24 hour crisis line.
847-741-0404 | wwwseniorservicesassoc.org

Suicide Prevention Services
Our agency promotes programs that prevent, intervene and provide grief counseling services for those suffering from depression and suicide.
630-482-9696 | www.spsamerica.org

TriCity Family Services
TCFS provides counseling to all age groups in Geneva, Batavia, St. Charles, Kaneville, Blackberry, Campton and Virgil townships on a sliding-fee scale. Insurance and Medicaid are also accepted. We are skilled in a family-based approach to child and adolescent counseling, and provide psychiatric services on-site. We also provide youth emergency crisis intervention services, early intervention and prevention services, and occupational services.
630-232-1070 | www.tricityfamilyservices.org

VNA Health Care
VNA of Fox Valley is a humanitarian, not-for-profit organization based on the concept that each individual has the right to quality health care and is to be treated with dignity. VNA has been at the forefront of health services in the Fox Valley area since 1918, bringing exceptional nurse-centered care wherever it’s needed.
630-978-2532 | www.vnafoxvalley.com











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