We have the utmost appreciation for our sponsors. Thanks to their generosity we can ensure that there are no barriers to attendance and participation by providing scholarships on an as needed basis.
Trilogy’s mission is to provide comprehensive integrated care that enables people in mental health recovery to build meaningful and independent lives. We envision a society where everyone impacted by mental illness is valued, embraced, and supported holistically, systematically, and culturally; where the stigma of mental illness is eliminated; and where quality of care is not determined by socioeconomic status. For 50 years, Trilogy has provided people across Chicago and beyond with support to recover from mental illness and move toward stability. We provide our clients with an array of essential services and ongoing support so that they can live independently and thrive in our community.
Yellowbrick is a nationally recognized trauma and research-informed intensive treatment center for adolescents & emerging adults ages 16-30’s.
Yellowbrick: where being different makes a difference!
- Specialized expertise in treatment of emerging adults
- Brain & research-based model
- Integrates neuroscience, in-depth psychotherapies and life skills
- Senior, expert, full-time Professional Staff
- Community integrated, natural real-time setting as a living laboratory
- Demonstrated value & outcome based on changing brain functioning to transform lives
- Welcoming, personal customer service
Yellowbrick works with adolescents & emerging adults who have become stalled in their development. We have worked effectively with a broad range of diagnosis given our developmental focus within the structure of the PHP and IOP services. For those emerging adults who can no longer safely or effectively live on a campus, at home with parents or in their own apartment, we provide a residential platform of apartments with skilled staff support.
The Illinois Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention focuses on eliminating the loss of life from suicide through education, research, outreach, and advocacy.
The grassroots work we do focuses on eliminating the loss of life from suicide by delivering innovative prevention programs, educating the public about risk factors and warning signs, raising funds for suicide research and programs, and reaching out to those individuals who have lost someone to suicide.
As a part of AFSP’s growing nationwide network of chapters, we bring together people from all backgrounds who want to prevent suicide in our communities. Families and friends who have lost someone to suicide, vulnerable individuals, mental health professionals, clergy, educators, students, community/business leaders, and many others energize our chapter.
Erika’s Lighthouse works with schools to deliver quality school mental health programming. The organization accomplishes this through its four pillars: Classroom Education, Teen Empowerment, Family Engagement, and School Policy & Staff Development. Our programs are designed to impact every child in the school and allow educators to empower students with an introduction to mental health, help-seeking, and good mental health. Our programs use diverse teen voices to spread awareness and reduce stigma. Through depression-literacy, stigma reduction, and promoting help-seeking behavior, our programs are designed to promote good mental health and the early identification and intervention of youth mental health issues. In the 2021-22 school year, we have reached over 300,000 students around the country.
No Shame On U (NSOU) is dedicated to eliminating the stigma associated with mental-health conditions and raising awareness in the Jewish community and beyond. Our goal is to ensure that people who need mental health support will seek it, giving family members and friends tools for providing proper support, and saving lives. We achieve our mission through community-outreach programs, presentations, classes, and workshops; a 125,000-follower online presence, distribution of resources through social media and at workshops and presentations; blogs, podcasts; and support/social groups.
Established in 1907, Rogers Behavioral Health has the expertise and experience found only in a stand-alone, not-for-profit behavioral health hospital. Our specialized programs are known for their effectiveness in treating children, teens and adults with anxiety disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, trauma, and substance use disorders. We use proven, evidence-based treatments coupled with strong patient and family education. Rogers provides residential and inpatient (including medical detox) level of care in Wisconsin and PHP/IOP throughout the country, including Skokie and Hinsdale in IL. For questions, please reach out to Blair Famarin at 815-871-7284.
Thresholds is fighting to transform the lives of people living with mental illnesses and substance use disorders. We break cycles of poverty and unemployment. We are path breaking in our innovative research and advocacy.
We also make opportunities. Opportunities for housing, employment, and recovery. Opportunities for families to reconnect. Above all we make hope possible.
Rebecca’s Dream, a 501(c)3 foundation with deep roots in our community, is a strong advocate against mental health stigma while educating to build the community’s collective capacity for prevention and early intervention of mental illness. We develop and deliver awareness and educational programming to students, teachers, parents and the community, speak as invited mental health advocates, connect people to mental health services, provide resources through videos, podcasts and our website, award meaningful college scholarships to students making a difference in the mental health community, and empower our Junior Board and their campaign, “Compassion in, Stigma out”, to support students as well as speak about their personal stories to peers and the community.
Rebecca’s Dream’s mission is to promote awareness and compassionate understanding of depression and bipolar disorder as real diseases. For more information visit RebeccasDream.org.
|JCFS Response for Teens||https://www.jcfs.org/response|
|Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation (Rabbi Adam Chalom, PhD)||https://www.kolhadash.com|
|Mental Health America of the Northern Suburbs (MHANS)||https://mhans.org|
|NAMI Cook County North Suburban||https://namiccns.org|
|New City Moving||https://www.newcitymovers.com|
|Temple Beth-El Northbrook (Rabbi Sidney Helbraun)||https://www.templebeth-el.org|