At Heartland Human Services, our focus is on the individual, and we customize treatment plans based on each individual’s needs. We offer a variety of community-based programs and services in the following program areas:
Mental Health. Our mental health programs are designed to meet the needs of each adult, youth or child. We offer outpatient counseling for people of all ages and 24-hour residential services to adults suffering from persistent mental illnesses.
Family Counseling. We offer counseling to assist families in a variety of areas, including relationships and roles, parenting styles and discipline, communication, violence or abuse, and blended family adjustment.
Older Adult Programs. We understand that older people are more vulnerable to mental illness, which is why we are especially sensitive to the mental health needs of the elderly. We offer psychiatric assessments for people age 60 and older. We also offer training and support services to family caregivers.
Crisis Intervention Services. Crisis Intervention services are available 24-7, 365 days a year to individuals experiencing a crisis emergency. Crisis services may include assessment, brief supportive counseling or therapy and referral and linkage to appropriate community services. A reduction in symptoms and safety of the consumer are the primary goals of this approach. Crisis service can be accessed by calling 217-342-5504. After hours, this number rings to St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital switchboard and they page Heartland staff on call.