The McHenry County Crisis Center Program is the centerpoint of access for all behavioral health emergencies in McHenry County. We provide emergency mental health services, upon request, to all McHenry County residents. The Crisis Program’s primary goals are to provide prompt, compassionate and effective mental health help during personal, family, or community emergency. There are two main components to the program: a 24-Hour Crisis Line and a 24-Hour Onsite Response Team. Crisis services include but are not limited to:

  • 24-hour crisis intervention
  • Problem solving/support
  • Referral to available resources
  • Linkages to ongoing services
  • Face-to-Face assessment
  • Screening admissions to local and state operated mental health facilities
  • Grief support
  • Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Services (CISD)
  • Speakers Bureau
  • Clearinghouse for mental health professionals for county disasters
  • Consulting/Training/First Response Program
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