Counseling Services

Off Campus Resources

Advocate Childhood Trauma & Treatment Program
391 Quadrangle Dr. N4, Bolingbrook
(800) 216-1110 (office also in Oak Lawn)
Provides individual, group and family counseling. CTTP specializes in counseling victims of childhood trauma. Accepts many insurance plans.

Bridges to a New Day
1135 E. 9th Street, Lockport
(815) 838-2690
Provides individual, family & marital counseling. Sliding fee scale. Has both Domestic Violence & Parenting programs as well. Victims of DV & their children eligible for free services.

Busch & Lawn Clinical Services
2272 95th Street, Naperville
(630) 753-9800
Group practice that provides psychological services to adults, children, and adolescents, including therapy related to anxiety disorders and women’s issues. In-network with BlueCross BlueShield (no HMO).

Catholic Charities
203 N. Ottawa, Joliet
(815) 723-3405
Offers a variety of counseling services. Insurance and sliding scale payment accepted.

Community Service Council
719 Parkwood Ave, Romeoville
(815) 886-5000
(630) 759-9494
Services include individual, couple, group, and family counseling. Also provides court ordered DUI, DV and anger management, housing and financial counseling. Sliding fee scale.

Dupage County Health Department
111 North County Farm Road, Wheaton
(630) 627-1700 (intake & crisis)
Must be resident of Dupage County. Offers counseling and outpatient psychiatric care for sliding fee scale. 24 hour crisis intervention.

Family Counseling Center of Will & Grundy Counties (a division of Trinity Services)
62 W Washington, Joliet
(815) 722-4384
Provides counseling, psychotherapy and community education services. Specializes in anger management. Insurance, medicaid and sliding scale payment accepted.

Genesis Clinical Services
1725 S. Naperville Rd, Wheaton
(630) 653-6441
Specialists in assessing and treating mood disorders, stress, depression, and anxiety.

Groundwork (815) 729-1228 (hotline #)
Guardian Angel Community Services

Services provided include emergency shelter for abused women & their children, court advocacy, individual & group counseling.

Institute for Personal Development
1280 Windham Parkway, Romeoville
(630) 226-9303
www.ipd.md
Services include mental health services, psychological testing, medication management, alternative/
complimentary medication options.

Linden Oaks at Edwards Hospital
801 S. Washington, Naperville
(630) 305-5500
Provides free, confidential screenings 24/7 as well as
inpatient, outpatient care for individual suffering from behavioral health issues including chemical dependency, eating disorders and self injury.

Loyola University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
2160 S. First Ave, Maywood
(708) 216-3750
Specializes in treating adults, adolescents and children with psychiatric and psychological conditions. Group counseling for smoking cessation and postpartum depression.

Samaritan Interfaith
1819 Bay Scott Circle, Suite 109, Naperville
(630) 357-2456
Provides psychological services to persons of diverse backgrounds and varied financial means through pastoral counseling/psychotherapy, consultation, and education/ training. Accepts insurance. Sliding fee scale.

Sexual Assault Service Center
Guardian Angel Community Services
(815) 730-8984 (hotline & information #)
24-hour information and assistance to victims of sexual assault, rape, or abuse. SASC also provides counseling services to victims of sexual violence.

Stepping Stones Recovery Center
1621 Theodore, Joliet
(815) 744-4555
An agency that provides assessment, treatment planning, & counseling services to individuals with problems related to alcohol.

Will County Health- Mental Health Division
501 Ella, Joliet
(815) 727-8521
Must be Will County Resident. Provides psychiatric treatment, counseling & case management services for Will County residents. Sliding fee scale.

Note: Lewis University Health & Counseling Center does not endorse or recommend a specific mental health service provider. This list is simply for your convenience and is not intended to be a complete list of all mental facilities in the area.