• HOTLINES
    Alanon
    (630) 896-5552
    Alateen
    (630) 896-5552
    Alcoholics Anonymous
    (630) 859-2444
    Alcoholism
    (800) NCACALL
    Boys Town Suicide and Crisis Line
    (800) 448-3000
    Bulimia/Anorexia Crisis/Referral Line
    (800) 931-2237 (8 a.m. - 8:30 p.m)
    Illinois Network of Child Care Resource and Referral
    (309) 829-5327
    Crisis Line of the Fox Valley
    (630) 966-9393
    Depression and Anxiety 24-hour helpline
    (630) 482-9696
    Domestic Abuse (Mutual Ground)
    (630) 897-0080
    Family Counseling Services
    (630) 844-2662
    HOPELINE
    (800) 784-2433
    National Domestic Violence
    and Child and Sexual Abuse
    (800) 799-SAFE / (800) 942-6908 (Spanish)
    Kendall County 24-Hour Crisis Line
    (630) 553-6314
    National Child Abuse Hotline
    (800) 422-4453 / (800) 4-A-CHILD
    National Drug Abuse Hotline
    (800) 662-HELP (4357)
    National RAINN National Rape Crisis Hotline
    (800) 656-4673 (HOPE)
    National Runaway Switchboard
          (800) 621-4000  / (800) RUNAWAY
    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    (800) 273-TALK (8255)
    National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
    (866) 331-9474
    Text: “love is” to 77054
    National Youth Crisis Hotline
    (800) 442-HOPE (4673)
    National Youth Crisis Hotline
    (800) 442-HOPE (4673)
    Sexual Assault-Mutual Ground
    (630) 897-8383
    Suicide Prevention Services of America
    (630) 482-9696


    Counseling Services
    Sherry Bryant
    68 Main Street
    Oswego, IL 60543
    P: (630) 554-2343

    Breaking Free
    250 West Downer Place
    Aurora, IL 60506
    P: (630) 897-1003 
    www.breakingfreeinc.org

    Adult, Adolescent and Family services for mental health counseling, mainly geared toward substance abuse and child abuse issues. Prevention services for school and communities, and family support services.

    Heartland Counseling
    40W131 Campton Crossings Dr.
    St. Charles, IL 60175
    P: (630) 443-9100
    www.Heartland Counseling.org

    Specializes in adolescent, adult and marital counseling. Provides grief counseling and autism spectrum disorder counseling.
    Joi Counseling Center
    674 W. Veterans Parkway, Suite D
    Yorkville, IL 60560
    P: (630) 553-9686

    Jennifer Mehochko, MA, LCPC, CADC
    Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
    1411 S. Bridge St.
    Yorkville, Il 60560
    P: (630) 417-9679
    Specializes in addictions and substance abuse

    Kendall County Health and Human Services
    811 W. John Street
    Yorkville, IL 60560
    P: (630) 553-9100
    24-emergency hotline: (630) 553-6314

    Contact: Sandra Lamburt, ext. 8051
    Home Energy Assistance program, Drive for Success program, and Community Benefits program, as well as homelessness prevention.

    Sharon R. Schultz
    Homeless Liaison Kendall R.O.E
    P: (630) 554-4100
    Email: sschultz@grundy.k12.il.us

    Legacy Clinical Consultants, LLC                                  
    2733 Rt. 34
    Oswego, IL 60534
    P: (630) 52-1664
    LLC serves clients of all ages, from pre-school children through older adults. We are a multidimensional practice, consulting with clients to tailor treatments and solutions to their needs in the areas of counseling and psychological or academic assessment, as well as school, family and relationship support.  

    Mutual Ground, Inc.
    P: (630) 897_0080, domestic violence
    P: (630) 897-8383, sexual assault
    Website- www.mutualgroundinc.org

    Neighborhood Counseling
    155 Boulder Hill Pass
    Montgomery, IL 60537
    P: (630) 844-3001
    Adolescents and adults, addictions, marriage and family. 

    Spalding Clinical Services
    Bay Scott Center
    1831 Bay Scott Circle, Suite 105
    Naperville, IL 60540
    P: (630) 305-0464
    Website- www.spclinical.com

    Spalding Clinical Services is an organization that facilitates private outpatient mental health services dedicated to the well being of individuals and families. All of the clinicians are independently licensed and separately contracted. As a result there is a broad range of diversity and clinical expertise among the clinicians. As a professional team these clinicians are able to diagnose and treat mental disorders, provide psychotherapy, and give insightful recommendations to prevent further distress.
    Local Hospitals
    Provena Mercy Behavioral Health Center
    1325 North Highland Ave
    Aurora, IL 60505
    P: (630) 801-2656

    Child, adolescent, adult and older adult inpatient services as well as adolescent partial programs and outpatient services for individuals, groups, and family.  Addiction treatment programs are available also.

    Linden Oaks Hospital at Edward
    801 S. Washington St.
    Naperville, IL 60540
    P: (630) 305-5500
    Linden Oaks Hospital at Plainfield (outpatient only)
    127th and Van Dyke Rd.
    Plainfield, IL
    P: (815) 731-3000 (call for assessment appointment)

    Call the Linden Oaks Help Line at (630) 305-5500 for a free assessment. Experienced counselors are here 24/7 to help you or your loved one through the most difficult times. They offer several programs for adolescents and adults. Call for more information.

     
    Personal/Social Resources
    Hesed House
    659 South River Street
    Aurora, IL 60506
    P: (630) 897-2156 (soup kitchen)
    P: (630) 897-2157 or (630) 897-2127 (food pantry)
    Nearest Homeless Shelter

    Heritage YMCA
    160 E. Washington St.
    Oswego, IL 60543
    P:  (630) 551-0797
    Website: www.heritageymca.org

    Kendall County Food Pantry
    111 East Van Emmon Rd.
    Yorkville, IL 60560
    P: (630) 553-0473

    The Kendall County food pantry distributes food to low-income residents and provides emergency food needs for residents in Kendall County. The pantry distribute food, enough for 3-5 days, every Thursday starting at 2 p.m. for seniors, disabled individuals, and veterans and 3 p.m. for the general public. The facility closes at 7 p.m. Call for additional information.

    Prairie State Legal Services (PSLS)
    1024 W. Main Street
    St. Charles, IL 
    P: (630) 232-9415
    P: (800) 942-4612

    PSLS provides free legal advice and representation in a wide variety of civil legal matters including housing, domestic violence, divorce, custody, visitation, social security and public aid. No income or asset limits apply to persons over age 60. People under 60 years of age must have low income to qualify for services.  

    Rosecrance
    Rockford, IL
    P: (815) 391-1000 (iImmediate mental health assistance)   
    P: (815) 968-9300 (adults)
    P: (815) 322-8003 (youth)

    Rosecrance is a premier, not-for-profit, substance abuse treatment center dedicated to providing quality, evidence-based addiction counseling in an environment that fosters lasting recovery. All programs are family centered and focus on helping individuals and their families develop the tools needed to rebuild their lives and find hope in the future.

    We invite you to explore our site; learn more about Rosecrance programs and services for both adults and adolescents as well as find information about alcohol and other drugs and their impact on all of us. Discover how Rosecrance can provide help, hope, and recovery for you or a loved one.
    (See general phone numbers above).
    Chicago Satellite Offices
    Available by appointment only.
    Frankfort Office
    20635 Abbey Woods Ct. N, Suite 301
    Frankfort, IL 60423

    Naperville Office 
    608 S. Washington Street 
    Naperville, IL 60540

    Northfield Office 
    400 Central Avenue, Suite 200 
    Northfield, IL 60093

    Geneva Office 
    227 N. Fourth Street 
    Geneva, IL 60134
    Screening Assessment Support Services Program (SASS)
    Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services P: (800) 345-9049
     
    Family Service Association of Greater Elgin
    22 S. Spring Street
    Elgin, IL 60120
    P: (847) 695-3680

    Program provides emergency crisis assessments for children who are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization and don’t have the private and public health insurance coverage. The program also assists parents who are applying for the Individual Care Grants through the Office of Mental Health.  

    Suicide Prevention Services, Inc. 
    528 S. Batavia Avenue (Rt. 31)
    Batavia, IL 60510
    P: (630) 482-9696  or (800) 273-8255
    Website: www.spsfv.org   Email: spsinfo@spsfv.org

    Call us when you need help or whenever you think someone you care about needs help.

    VNA of Fox Valley 
    General Information: (630) 978-2532
    VNA Home Health: (630) 978-2532 (Aurora) and (847) 888-0505 (Elgin)
    VNA Hospice: (630) 978-2532
    VNA Community Health and Wellness: (630) 978-2532
    VNA Health Center, Aurora: (630) 982-4355
    VNA Dental Clinic: (630) 859-9124

    VNA is a community health organization dedicated to bringing healthcare wherever it’s needed.  This is accomplished through our home health, hospice, community health and wellness, as well as our health center services.

    VNA provides healthcare with a team of close to 200 physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, rehabilitation therapists, registered dietitians, and medical, social work and support personnel.

District Community Resources

  • Check out some of the many resources that are available to the public.

     
    OEPAC
     
    Oswego High School Barnes Performing Arts Center 4250 Rt 71 Oswego IL 60543
     
    Delta Aquatics
     
    Oswego Foundation
     
    Facility Rental
     
    The Kendall County Historic Society Yorkville Illinois Banner
     
    SD308 Community Mental Health Resources