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Behavioral Health & Clinical Services

Our team of clinicians and mental health professionals are well trained and versed in treating problems caused by mental illness, substance abuse, violence, or by the personal trauma of physical, sexual or emotional abuse. We are available 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.

We have modified our delivery of services as necessary to adhere to social distancing guidelines during the pandemic.  Our COVID-19 Resource and Support Guide details the full range of resources and supports we are offering during the pandemic, and other opportunities we have discovered through our peers and networks.

What we offer

Crisis Support

Our Mobile Crisis Response Team provides emergency mental health services 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Those in need of assistance should call the CARES Line at 800-345-9049 or reach out through the “CallForCalm” text line by texting the word “Talk” to 552020 (text “Hablar” for Spanish). For the National Suicide Prevention Hotline call 800-273-TALK (8255).

IPS – Intensive Placement Stabilization

IPS is a short-term placement stabilization program that provides services to children in care of the Department of Children and Family Services, residing in the Local Area Network (LAN) 80. IPS is expected to provide a mix of formal and informal supports to families to promote placement stability. As such, each service array is flexible, individualized and tailored to the needs of the child and family.

Outpatient Mental Health

Our outpatient program includes home and office-based mental health services including therapy/counseling, case management, skill building, psychological testing, and medication.

ICG – Individual Care Grant Application Assistance

Persons served receive assistance with completing the ICG application, and providing follow-up for those youth receiving an approved ICG. We also provide Specialized Family Support Program services for youth meeting the criteria.


Our Behavioral Health & Clinical Services program is currently contracted with Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare, and all of the Medicaid Managed Care Organizations currently serving Cook County.

Evidence-Informed Practices

Our therapists have been trained to provide a wide array of evidence-informed practices including practices such as Motivational Interviewing, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Illinois Coordinated Care Partnership, LLC (ICCP) is a formal collaboration of for-profit and non-profit health care and human service organizations committed to integrating health care, behavioral health and social services into coordinated systems that provide quality, efficient, affordable, and accessible coordinated health care to underserved communities in the City of Chicago and State of Illinois.