Iroquois Mental Health Center is here to care for all your mental health and substance use disorder needs.
Incorporated in 1971, Iroquois Mental Health Center (IMHC) is a 501c3 non-profit community mental health center. Originating in Watseka, Illinois, we now serve those in Iroquois, Kankakee, Vermilion, and Will Counties from locations listed here.
All service programs are offered at IMHC’s main facility at 323 West Mulberry Street in Watseka, Illinois. To access a comprehensive list of list of services offered at all other locations, click here.
Program services available at the satellite clinics include outpatient therapy for adults, adolescents, and children and substance use disorder outpatient therapy for adults and teens.
Substance use disorder treatment is offered at the Iroquois Mental Health Center Resolve in Manteno. Both outpatient and intensive outpatient for adult and adolescent males and females are available.
IMHC receives referrals from primary care physicians throughout its service area. The physicians and IMHC collaborate to provide treatment to their respective clients with the client’s best interest and best treatment practices in mind. The satellite clinics are typically located in medical offices which promote the collaboration of physical and mental health providers.
IMHC is committed to its role as a community mental health center. In these, we collaborate with other community organizations such as hospitals, public health departments, local court systems, school guidance counselors, domestic violence organizations, sexual assault centers, and more. We believe we have been given the opportunity to positively impact the conversation around and treatment of mental health and substance use in the community and strive to partner with others who share this goal.