CURRENTLY, WE ARE ONLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS FOR GROUP THERAPY DUE TO CAPACITY
Struggling with depression or anxiety? Need someone to talk to about your gender identity or a recent trauma? Howard Brown Health provides mental health services are tailored to your needs.
Our team of counselors, social workers, and psychologists offer individual, relationship, and group therapies from a trauma-informed lens.
Our services include:
- Psychiatry: Medical treatment that focuses on mental health. A psychiatrist diagnoses your condition and prescribes medications and other treatments to assist with mental wellness.
- Therapy/Counseling: Meet with a psychologist to learn to cope with difficult situations. They offer varying types of therapies including talk therapy.
- Behavioral Health Provider: Short-term support in collaboration with your primary care provider around behavior change, mental health concerns, and connection to other behavioral health services. Talk to your primary care provider for more information.
Behavioral health issues like depression, anxiety, or substance use are common globally. Evidence shows that care models coming from a team approach between medical and behavioral health are most effective.
Howard Brown offers mental health treatments within the primary care setting to be most accessible for patients.
Survivors of intimate partner violence should call 773.388.8882 for immediate assistance.
Additional Mental Health Services
Due to staffing changes, we have reduced capacity for crisis support. If you or someone you love is dealing with suicidal thoughts or is experiencing another type of crisis please refer to the following resources:
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
988 is a three-digit dialing code that will connect callers in crisis to trained counselors that will listen, understand how their problems are affecting them, provide support, and connect them to resources if necessary.
Illinois Helpline for Opioids and Other Substances
1-833-234-6343 or text HELP to 833234
The only statewide, public resource for finding substance use treatment and recovery services in Illinois serving people using opioids and other substances, with or without insurance.
Chicago Coordinated Entry System
If you are sleeping in a shelter, outside, in a vehicle, or any place not meant for human habitation, call the Coordinated Entry Call Center to complete a housing assessment. Open Monday through Friday from 8:30am – 4:00pm. Please note: this may or may not lead to a housing option and does not solve your immediate housing crisis, but it will get you on a list to receive services.
Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline
Operating 24/7, the Rape Crisis Hotline provides survivors and their significant others immediate support, crisis intervention, and referrals for the city of Chicago and surrounding suburbs.