Behavioral Health and Mental Health Support for McHenry County
One in four American adults lives with a diagnosable, treatable behavioral health or mental health condition. Getting help for these issues is essential to living well.
If you struggle with mental, emotional, or psychiatric problems, addiction or substance abuse, Centegra Behavioral Health Services can help you find comfort and recovery. Our philosophy is to empower you to change unhealthy patterns of living by increasing self-awareness, changing negative thought patterns, and teaching new coping skills.
Centegra Behavioral Health Services is located at Centegra Specialty Hospital-Woodstock. For urgent assessments, to schedule an appointment with a qualified mental health professional, or to schedule a FREE chemical dependency screening, call (800) 765-9999.
Convenient Locations for Behavioral Health Services
Centegra Behavioral Health Services are conveniently located in Crystal Lake, Huntley, McHenry and Woodstock.
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Behavioral Health and Mental Health Services
As a leading provider of exceptional health services, Centegra Behavioral Health provides a full range of behavioral health and mental health services, education, and an individualized approach to treatment.
Counseling Services at Centegra Physician Care
Centegra Physician Care has expanded to include general counseling services to further the continuum of care provided to the greater McHenry County area. Counseling services provide tools to help you manage chronic conditions, understand the emotional components of a medical condition, and cope with significant life stressors or conditions.
Behavioral Health Central Intake
Central Intake serves as Centegra Health System’s primary resource for individuals seeking access to any of our behavioral health services. Our staff will answer questions, set up initial appointments for programs, and respond to insurance questions.
Adults participating in this intensive level of treatment receive 24-hour care in a safe, comfortable, and structured setting. The adult unit offers individual, group, and family therapy with a licensed psychologist as well as education related to medication and managing psychiatric disorders, such as bipolar disorder and depression.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) provides care for adults with mental health and/or substance abuse problems. This level of care is often a helpful transition for those being discharged from inpatient care. The PHP runs for six hours on weekdays.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides an alternative for people who need more than weekly outpatient therapy sessions. This level of care provides support, education, and guidance. Through these services, individuals learn to cope, manage stress, and increase self-esteem. The IOP is offered three hours a day, three to five days a week.
Continuing Care Program (CC)
The Continuing Care Program (CC) is available to people who have completed primary substance abuse treatment or rehab. The program provides support for maintaining a clean and sober life. The focus is on relapse prevention, building a sober support system, and commitment to a healthy lifestyle.
McHenry County Crisis Services
It is not necessary to go through the Emergency Department if you do not have a medical issue. Call the McHenry County Crisis Line—the same professional who would see you in the ER will help you over the phone and provide direction about getting appropriate treatment.
For 24-hour information, referral, crisis intervention, and assessment services, call (800) 892-8900 or visit the McHenry County Crisis Services website.
Eating Disorder Support Group
Are you interested in continuing your journey for recovering from an eating disorder? Would you like to meet people struggling with the same difficulties, gain support, and learn how to continue to manage your eating disorder? Centegra is offering a monthly eating disorder support group for individuals in recovery. Benefits of participating in a support group may include:
- Feeling less lonely, isolated or judged
- Gaining a sense of empowerment and control
- Talking openly and honestly about your feelings
- Reducing distress, depression or anxiety
- Sharing practical advice and coping strategies
For dates and times on this support group, please visit our calendar. To register, call (800) 765-9999.