Our Mental Health & Wellness Matters

We provide comprehensive behavioral health services to parents, children and youth (ages 4 – 21 years old) across Illinois, including individual, family, and group therapy as well as connections to community resources such as medical providers, housing resources, and immigration guidance.

Child Welfare Services  

Child Welfare Counseling

Individual and family therapy and parent coaching services for families involved in the foster care and family preservation (Intact) services.

Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP)

Therapy for young children from birth to age 5 and their parents or significant caregivers addressing children’s trauma symptoms, mood and behaviors.

Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP)

A family-centered curriculum for parents who are receiving family preservation services or whose children are in foster care and for pregnant or parenting teens who are in foster care. 

School-Based Services 

School-Based Mental Health

We provide behavioral health services to school aged children at public schools on Chicago’s south and west sides.

Early Prevention in the Community (EPIC)

We provide behavioral health services to children and youth at elementary schools and high schools in Winnebago County and the Freeport School District.

Therapeutic Response with Intervention & Outreach (TRIO)

We provide youth in Winnebago County with mentorship, counseling, and referrals to other community service providers.

Choose 2 Change (C2C)

We provide young people with a trauma-informed, sixth month therapy program to help them process traumatic experiences and develop healthy decision-making and coping skills, return a sense of control and hope to youth. C2C is a partnership with the Youth Advocate Program.

Community-Based Services  

Adoption Support & Preservation

We provide community-based therapeutic services and respite services to families with adopted children living in any of the 47 counties we serve. 

Safe & Thriving Families

Preventative, community-based services for children ages 6-12 and their families to mitigate the impact of early trauma experiences


Violence Prevention & Intervention 

Partner Abuse Intervention Program (PAIP)

PAIP serves youth and adults of any gender and sexual orientation, who use violence to have power and control over an intimate partner.

Services & Advocacy for Empowerment (SAFE)

We provide trauma-informed clinical interventions for children (birth – 18 years old) and their families.

The Butterfly Project

Children ages 0-18 and families exposed to violence receive community education, training and direct services.

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