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Arrowleaf serves the residents of Southern Illinois with behavioral health treatment and community support services that include substance use prevention programs, the Angel Tree holiday program, multiple youth services, a food pantry and community closet, the PATH program for homelessness, a recovery-oriented system of care (ROSC), and a family advocacy center that focuses on family reunification and stability.
Arukah Institute
The Arukah Institute, in Princeton, offers a non-clinical crisis walk-in center called The Living Room that provides peer support for those struggling with mental health or substance use. The Institute also supports those in recovery with emotional support, harm reduction supplies, recovery coaching, transportation services, recovery support group meetings, yoga, and wellness classes.
Thresholds provides a wide range of services in Chicago, including crisis support, mental health and substance use treatment, employment training and placement services, youth and young adult programs, peer support, housing services, and assistance for veterans. If you’re in need in Chicago, consider reaching out to Thresholds for help.
Heritage Behavioral Health Center
The Heritage Behavioral Health Center in Clinton provides multiple support services for the community. There are virtual wellness resources on the website such as guided breathing and visualization exercises, coloring pages and creativity resources, and links to live zoo and national park cams. Heritage also has the Oasis drop-in center that offers a safe environment for socialization, games, showers and hygiene, laundry, mail services, and connections to community resources. Heritage also has mental health and substance use treatment for people looking for those services.
Illinois 211
Illinois 211 connects state residents who call 211 with a wide variety of social services. Callers can get referrals to food and clothing, housing services, rent help, and utility assistance, employment support, healthcare, legal assistance, and mental health and substance use treatment. Whatever you need, Illinois 211 can help!
Illinois Harm Reduction
Harm reduction includes syringe programs, naloxone (Narcan) kits, overdose prevention training, and other services. Illinois Harm Reduction is committed to connecting Illinois residents with these services when needed. The website offers a map making it easy to find naloxone distribution and syringe services, and the group advocates for additional harm reduction measures in Illinois.
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Lake County Health Department
Residents of Lake County, Illinois, can get free naloxone (Narcan) kits by filling out the form on the county’s naloxone website. Each kit includes four doses of naloxone and instructions for use. Insurance also covers naloxone — you can get a prescription from your medical provider and visit your local pharmacy.
Illinois Department of Human Services Emergency & Transitional Housing
For those who are unhoused or at risk of homelessness, the Illinois Department of Human Services Emergency & Transitional Housing program website provides a list of housing providers with vital services. Overnight shelters provide a place to sleep for less than 12 hours, along with meals and other services. Illinoisans can stay in a transitional shelter for up to two years, which includes food and supportive services. There are also vouchers for hotels when the shelters are full or not available.
Illinois Helpline
The Illinois Helpline provides a way to call, text, or chat for support with opioid misuse. The website also has a finder tool allowing visitors to connect with naloxone (Narcan) distribution, syringe programs, DUI classes, recovery support programs, and various substance use treatment programs.
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