Iroquois Mental Health Facility Cares
Iroquois Mental Health Center (IMHC) is a community mental health center located at:
323 West Mulberry Street in Watseka, IL., Iroquois County
Iroquois Mental Health Center is a 501c3 non-profit agency incorporated in 1971.
IMHC provides services to clients in the Illinois counties of Iroquois and surrounding counties of Vermilion, Kankakee, and Newton County located in Indiana. The services include Outpatient Clinical Services to adults, adolescents and children through individual, group, and family therapy. Psychiatric services to adults, adolescents, and children with three consulting psychiatrists, medication monitoring, and medication management. IMHC has two nurses on staff. Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services for adults and teens, include individual and group counseling; DUI Remedial Education and Substance Abuse Education; and a domestic violence program, Batterers Intervention and Treatment Program (BIT), a twenty-six week program for perpetrators of domestic violence in partnering relationships, referred by the Iroquois County Court System. A Psycho-social Rehabilitation Program (PSRS) which provides individual and group therapy. Crisis intervention is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by our crisis team; and mental health case management is available for adults with severe mental illness.
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