Mental Health Resources

AFIRE Chicago

Services: A new project to provide young people the tools to examine their Filipino identity and create resources for themselves and the community at large. 

Phone: (773)580-1025

Email: [email protected]

Alivio Medical Center

Services: Individual counseling/therapy, Family counseling/therapy, Couples counseling, shool-based counseling and groups, Group therapy (topics and availability varies) Parent communication workshops (schedule varies), Domestic violence counseling

Phone: (773) 254-1400

BrightStar Community Outreach (BSCO)

Services: Turn Center Counseling Helpline is dedicated to providing services that minimize negative factors that cause violence and increasing protective influences that yield positive outcomes. 

Helpline: 833-TURN-123

Phone: (773) 373-5220

Email: [email protected]

Consuelo Therapeutic Services

Services: To provide bilingual/ bicultural therapeutic interventions to improve the wellbeing of community members


Tuesday and Thursday: 9:00AM – 9:00PM

Wednesday and Friday: 9:00AM – 7:00PM (Wednesday patient appointments only 1-7 pm)

Saturdays: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

HANA Center

Services: Work to help individuals and their families within the community find the support they need to achieve their personal goals.

Phone: (773) 583-5501

Fax: 773-583-7009

Email: [email protected] 

Illinois Screening, Assessment and Support Services Program (SASS)

Services: Provides services for children and adolescents experiencing mental health crisis

Phone: (312) 620-7551


Monday-Thursday 8AM -7PM

Friday 8AM-5PM

Saturdays 8AM-4PM

Indo-American Center

Services: Art Therapy to connect immigrant narrative to mental health. 

Email: RJ Paskanthi, [email protected]

Phone: (773) 973-4444  ext. 118

Latinos Progresando 

Services: Working with schools and partners, Latinos Progresando provides a train-the-trainer social emotional learning (SEL) curriculum for community parents, nutrition education and physical fitness. Great resource for counselors. 

Phone: (773) 542-7077 Ext: 10

Email: [email protected] | [email protected]

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30AM – 4:30PM


Latinx Talk Therapy

Services: Individual talk therapy, couples therapy, online talk therapy, immigration psychological evaluations

Phone: (312) 620-7551


Monday-Thursday 8AM-7PM

Friday 8AM-5PM

Saturday 8AM-4PM

Mental Health Centers

Services: Screening, mental health assessments/intakes, brief therapy/counseling, collaborative care with medical/dental, referrrals, safety planning and outpatient crisis stabilization. 

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30AM – 4:30PM

Englewood: (312) 747-7496 | (312) 747-1020 

Greater Grand/South: (312) 747-0036 

Lawndale: (312) 746-5905

North River: (312) 744-1906

Roseland: (773) 291-2501

Mujeres Latinas en Accion

Services: Domestic violence, sexual violence, business education, community engagement/mobilization program, parent support, Latina leadership


(773) 890-7676 | (312) 738-5358

Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline (888) 293-2080


Services: NAMI Chicago’s free and confidential Helpline is staffed by clinicians and peers who can guide you through types of treatment, lend a compassionate ear, connect you to legal and housing support, and can also provide resources for mental health professionals and clinicians.

Help-line: (833) 626-4244

Phone: (312) 563-0445 


Monday -Friday 9:00AM – 8:00PM

Saturday & Sunday 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Email: [email protected]

Pillars Community Health

Services: Behavioral mental health services and support services: addictions services, crisis services, employment services, psychiatry, childhood bereavement support, prevention education. 

Phone: (708) PILLARS (24 hour crises line)


Services: RefugeeOne’s Wellness Program assists refugees of all ages with mental and physical health needs by providing culturally and linguistically sensitive mental health and medical case management services

Phone: (773) 989-5647

Fax: (773) 989-0484

Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30AM – 4:30PM

Things I’ll Never Say

Services: “Things I’ll Never Say” is a platform for undocumented young people across the country to create their own immigration narratives by boldly sharing their personal experiences through various forms of creative expression

United We Dream

Services: These guides and toolkits were developed by United We Dream and/or our partners across the country. Use them to drive local impact in your community to ensure protections and inclusivity for immigrant communities