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Mental Health-Behavior/ Counseling/ Addiction

Crisis Line/Psych Emergency Department- Swedish American Hospital Center for Mental Health

Inpatient program includes psychiatric units for adolescents. (See below for full details of services offered.)

  • 24 Hour Crisis Line: 815-966-2273
    or Toll Free: 800-932-1810
  • 1401 East State Street
    Rockford, IL 61104

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Crisis Line- Remedies

Assists persons who have problems with substance abuse or family violence. 24 hour crisis line available. (See below for full details of services offered.)

  • 24 Hour Crisis Line: 815-962-6102

Crisis Line- Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling (RSAC)

24 hour crisis intervention for survivors of sexual abuse. (See below for full details of services offered.)

  • 24 Hour Crisis Line: (815) 636-9811 or
    Toll-free: (800) 564-8441

Crisis Line- Rosecrance

24/7 hotline for mental health emergencies. (See 2 entries below for full details of services offered.)

  • 24 Hour Crisis Line: 888-928-5278

Crisis Line- Youth Services Network, Inc

24-hour on-call system for emergencies, such as youth who have run away from home, youth who are locked out by their parents, or youth who are homeless. Serves youth ages 0-21. Physical abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence, truancy, and neglect are the areas of specialty. (See below for full details of services offered.)

  • 24 Hour Crisis Line: 815-986-1953

Rosecrance Berry Campus

Provides outpatient counseling and psychiatry services, including group counseling, family therapy, individual counseling. Ages 4-17 years old. Psychiatrists, counselors, case workers, and social workers on staff. Accepts Medicaid and some private insurance. Fees depend on type of insurance. M,F 8am-6pm, T-Th 8am-8pm.

  • 8616 Northern Avenue
    Rockford, IL 61107
  • Phone: 815-332-8003

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Youth Services Network, Inc

Serves youth ages 0-21. YSN addresses mental health and trauma issues by providing counseling, intensive case management, mentoring, tutoring, transportation, and recreation in order to reduce the impact of abuse and life stressors on children and families. YSN also promotes cooperation among social service agencies by providing wrap-around services to children in Winnebago and Boone counties. 24-hour on-call system for emergencies, such as youth who have run away from home, youth who are locked out by their parents, or youth who are homeless. Physical abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence, truancy, and neglect are the areas of specialty. Licensed social workers, licensed counselors, and licensed marriage&family therapists. No fee to clients. 8am-4:30pm daily, with varied evening hours.

  • 3703 N. Main Street
    Rockford, Illinois 61103
  • Phone: 815-986-1947
  • Crisis line: 815-986-1953
  • Fax 815-986-1954

Family Counseling Services

Licensed therapists and social workers provide individual counseling, couples, group, and family counseling to children and adults starting at age 4. Counseling Services: Parent-child conflicts, truancy, behavior problems, academic issues, social isolation; re-marriage&’blended’ families’ difficulties; also grief, depression,&anxiety. Accepts most insurance, provide sliding fee scale to Medicaid patients (Medicaid does not cover services). M 8:30’5:00; T&W 8:30’9:00; Th: 8:30’8:30; F: 8:30’1:00

  • 210 North Longwood Street
    Rockford, IL 61107
  • Phone: 815-962-5585

Swedish American Hospital Center for Mental Health

Behavioral Health Resources is a full-service outpatient program. Staff psychiatrists provide diagnostic evaluation and medication management for children and adolescents. Licensed counselors and licensed social workers provide individual, family, and group therapies. Partial hospitalization and inpatient programs include psychiatric units for adolescents. Outpatient program open 8am-7pm M-Th, 8am-5pm F. Inpatient&partial hospitalization program accept Medicaid, outpatient program does not. 30% discount for people who do not have mental health insurance coverage.

  • 1401 East State Street
    Rockford, IL 61104
  • Phone: 815-489-4123
  • 24 Hour Crisis Line: 815-966-2273
    or Toll Free: 800-932-1810

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Northern Illinois Hospice and Grief Center

Professional counselors and social workers provide individual/family grief counseling for children and teens, children and teen support groups. There is also a children and teen summer camp. Grief Center services are provided on a sliding fee scale. Various hours available by appointment.

  • 4215 Newburg Road
    Rockford, IL 61108
  • Phone: 815-398-0500

Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling (RSAC)

Provides comprehensive services for survivors of sexual assault and abuse from ages three to adult, as well as their families. Services include 24-hour crisis intervention and hotline, medical and legal advocacy, counseling, prevention education, and professional training. Serves Winnebago, Boone, and Ogle County residents. Regular office hours M-F 8:30-4:30, evenings by appointment.

  • Winnebago County:
  • 4990 E State St.
    Rockford, IL 61103
  • Phone: (815)636-9811
  • Boone County:
  • 860 Biester Dr., Suite 101
    Belvidere, IL 61008
  • Phone: (815)544-6821
  • 24 hour line: (815) 636-9811 or
    Toll-free: (800) 564-8441

Catholic Charities Diocese of Rockford

Catholic Charities provides a crisis pregnancy program and hotline, an Adolescent Outreach parenting/pregnancy program for Boone County residents, adoption services, parenting education, professional counseling and casework services for individuals and families experiencing social, emotional and interpersonal problems, school counseling for children in Catholic grade schools, outreach and emergency services, and immigration/refugee resettlement services including a bilingual outreach.

  • Administration
  • 555 Coleman Drive
  • PO Box 7044
  • Rockford, IL 61125
  • (815) 399-4300


  • Belvidere Location
  • 521 S. State Street, Suite 2
  • Belvidere, IL 61008
  • (815) 544-5434


  • Immigration and Refugee Services
  • 6116 Mulford Village Drive, Suite 8
  • Rockford, IL 61107
  • (815) 399-1709


  • Long Term Care Ombudsman Services
  • 6116 Mulford Village Drive, Suite 9
  • Rockford, IL 61107
  • (815) 316-0040


  • St. Elizabeth Community Center
  • 1536 S. Main Street
  • Rockford, IL 61102
  • (815) 969-6526

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Children’s Home and Aid of Illinois

Provides family centered counseling services for children and parents, including those involved in the child welfare system and foster care/adoption situations. These counseling services help improve the social and psychological functioning of children and their families and maximize the family well-being and academic achievement of these children. Also provides pregnancy and early parent counseling and support. Other services include adoption and foster care services, early childhood care (MotherHouse Crisis Nursery for ages 0-6) and education, residential services, and youth services. Most services are free to Medicaid-eligible children. M-F 8:45-5.

  • Northern Region:
    910 2nd Avenue
    Rockford, IL 61104
  • Phone: 815-962-1043

LYDIA Home Association- Rockford

Lydia Home Association offers “Safe Families for Children” which assists families during times of crisis such as unemployment, eviction or homelessness, family medical crisis, pregnant teens, post partum depression, etc., preventing the need for children to be placed in foster care by offering temporary placement. Also offers LYDIA’s Residential Treatment Program for children and adolescents with severe behavioral problems, provides for counseling services, and has LYDIA Urban Academy in Rockford.

  • 2323 South Sixth St., Suite 2
    Rockford, IL 61104
  • Phone: 815-966-0039
  • Fax: 815-965-3721

Lutheran Social Services

Provides adoption services, foster care crisis intervention and counseling, pregnancy and parenting counseling/support services, and youth programs. The Adoption Preservation Program is open to all families with adopted children under the age of 18 and provides a stipend for hourly or overnight respite care. Parents must identify their own respite provider. Youth programs include tutoring and mentoring of children in K-8 in the RockfordPublicSchool District. No fees. Hours M-F 8:30-5, others by appointment.

  • 321 W. State St.
    Rockford, IL 61101
  • Phone: 815-969-8836

Remedies Renewing Lives

Assists persons who have problems with substance abuse or family violence. Remedies Renewing Lives’ domestic violence shelter and services offers counseling for victims of domestic violence and their dependent children. Call 815-962-2102 to initiate services. Substance abuse services include: screening, assessment, treatment, and aftercare for substance abusers both adults and adolescents. Individual, couple, family, and group counseling available. Also offers medical and psychological services; prevention education and training; intervention guidance; on-site urinalysis processing; Alcoholics&Narcotics Anonymous; relapse prevention counseling; and methadone&suboxone treatment. Free or sliding fee schedule services, Medicaid eligible. Nurses, physicians, and certified addictions counselors. M-Th 8am-5pm, F 8am-1pm, other hours by appointment.

  • 516 Green Street
    Rockford, IL 61102
  • Phone: 815-962-0871
  • 2028 N. State Street
    Belvidere, IL 61008
  • Phone: 815-547-4502
  • Crisis line: 815-962-6102

Rosecrance Griffin-Williamson Campus

Substance abuse treatment programs for adolescents age 13-18, with some exceptions for 12 and 19 year olds. Professional counselors, psychiatrist on staff for co-occuring disorders, recreational therapy, teachers provide academic lessons during week. Fees-accepts Medicaid and most insurance. $685/day charge for in-patient program. In-patient program lasts 3.5-5.5 weeks, outpatient fees vary. M-F 8:00-8:00, Sa-Su 8:00-4:30.

  • Griffin Williamson Campus
  • 1601 University Drive
    Rockford, IL 61107
  • Phone: 815-391-1000
  • Toll Free: 888-9-AT-LAST/888-928-5278

Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC)

Juvenile Justice Services – TASC works with youth in the juvenile justice system who may be abusing drugs or alcohol. TASC juvenile justice services are specifically tailored to young people and their unique needs. Family members or guardians are involved to help identify additional services that may be necessary to provide support during the recovery process and to prevent relapse.

  • 119 N. Church Street, Suite 202
    Rockford, IL 61101
  • (815) 965-1106

Streamwood Behavioral Health – Rock River Residential Center

A residential facility which offers specialized treatment services for female adolescents, ages 10-21, who are experiencing significant emotional, social and/or behavioral difficulties. Offers long-term therapeutic environment for female adolescents with long-standing behavioral health problems with a balance of therapies and activities in a safe, structured setting. Each adolescent receives individual wrap-around care led by a psychiatrist and administered by a multi-disciplinary team of psychologists, social workers, teachers and mental health counselors to address all medical, psychiatric, social, and academic needs of the adolescent. All Rock River residents attend the Rock River Academy therapeutic day school or attend public schools within the community.

  • Rockford, IL (Address of facility not disclosed)
  • Rockford campus: 815-877-3440
    Main office: 630-837-9000
    Toll free: 800-272-7790

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National Alliance on Mental Illness – Northern Illinois Office

A grass-roots self-help, non-profit organization of the Northern Illinois region. Affiliated with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and NAMI Illinois.’Dedicated to improving the quality of life for persons with severe mental illness and their families through education, support, and advocacy. Membership provides: support and small groups to share ideas and concerns for those whose friends and family members have brain disorders; newletters with important local and national information; and monthly programs featuring mental health related topics. Free education classes include: Family-to-Family; Peer to Peer; In Our Own Voice; and Visions for Tomorrow. Annual Membership: $30 (individual); $40 (all household family members); and $5 open door membership for those whose funds are limited at the present time.

  • Mildred Berry Center
  • 8616 Northern Avenue
    Rockford, IL 61107
  • Phone: (815)963-2470
    Crisis Line: (815)985-6495

View NAMI Northern IL website