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Community Crisis Center
How To Reach Us
- If individual is at risk
- Contact 911 for an initial response. Our Emergency Response Service will be contacted when the situation is secure.
- If individual safety is not a concern
- Contact ERS at (309) 671-8084
You will be asked for some brief information to assist our response. For telephone communications with the hard of hearing/deaf community, HSC uses the Illinois Relay Service.
- Medical detox
- For individuals who may be at risk of withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs, please call (309) 689-3080.
Mental Health and Wellness
We are committed to a future where recovery is the expected outcome and when mental illness can be prevented or cured. We envision a nation where everyone with a mental illness will have access to early detection and the effective treatment and supports essential to live, work, learn and participate fully in their community.
Substance Use Treatment
There is not “one way” to achieve recovery. There are many roads to recovery and our objective is to help each person find the path that works best for them rather than dictate a single path. Thus, it is important that treatment be individualized to reflect the needs and goals of each individual and to treat any relapse that may occur as a bump in the road to recovery. We also believe that it is important to build on an individual’s strengths rather than solely focus on one’s problems or diagnosis.
In February of 1976, four not-for-profit providers of alcoholism, mental health and drug abuse services consolidated into a single organization that would become HSC. Located in Peoria, Illinois, HSC employs approximately 275 individuals, including psychiatrists, physicians, mental health counselors, alcohol and drug counselors, managerial professionals and administrative and support personnel.
HSC offers a continuum of services which includes: Centralized non-emergency intake and assessment services; mobile crisis intervention services 24 hours/day, 7 days/week; residential medical detoxification services; office based psychiatric assessment and medication treatment services; community-based and outpatient mental health case management and counseling services as well as different levels of residential treatment and independent living settings for individuals who are experiencing symptoms of mental illness; gender-specific outpatient and residential substance use treatment services; medication assisted treatment services for individuals dependent on opiates and/or alcohol; and, residential, mental health and substance use treatment services for the criminal justice population. Children's services are offered at our True North Solutions private practice facility.
Human Service Center Foundation
The focus of the Human Service Center Foundation is to support the mission of HSC, to improve the life of each person we serve and the quality of life of our community. This not-for-profit foundation manages investments and owns several facilities used by HSC.