Adult Mental Health

We believe people, who have a serious mental illness, can recover, and we believe that hope enables growth and change to occur.  Thus, our services are hope-filled, recovery oriented, and designed to help those with a mental illness reach their goals and dreams and live meaningfully in our community.

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Psychiatric Services

Psychiatric services include psychiatric evaluation, medication evaluation, and follow-up.  Two Board Certified Psychiatrists and a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner-Board Certified are available to meet the psychiatric needs of our consumers.  Psychiatric evaluation and treatment services are provided through a partnership with SIU Center for Family Medicine.

Recovery Services

We help those, who have a serious mental illness, manage their illness, engage in the community, and realize their hopes and dreams.  Services include case management (support and linkage to other helpful resources in our community), Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP), and vocational placement and support services.

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Crisis Intervention Services

We provide telephone crisis intervention services 24-hours a day, 365 days a year by calling 9 - 8 - 8 .

The hotline is answered by trained, crisis intervention specialists who provide crisis assessment and intervention, as well as referrals.

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The living room

The Living Room, a program of Transitions, is located at Horizons Social Services (224 S. 8th Street) and provides crisis intervention services to adults who are experiencing mental health challenges. Services are provided by Transitions staff in a safe, comfortable setting.  The Living Room is open from noon - 8 PM, Monday thru Friday.  Services provided at the Living Room are crisis assessment and counseling, supportive services, and referral and linkage to needed resources.  There is no cost for services provided at the Living Room.

We accept private insurance, Illinois Medicaid, and Medicare.

For those without a third party source of payment, fees are established on the basis of income and family size. 

Questions about our mental health / recovery services can be directed to our Intake Specialist at (217) 223-0413.