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Local Behavioral Health Services

Find below a list of behavioral health services within the local Chicagoland area. Included in the description of each service will be the location, contact information, and the particular communities each service is most prepared to help.

Alternatives Inc.

4730 N. Sheridan Rd. 

Chicago, IL 60640 

Info: (773) 506-7474


Alternatives supports and empowers Chicago youth to build safer and more vibrant communities through a combination of restorative justice and behavioral health services. Alternatives is a comprehensive, multi-cultural youth development organization that operates as a support system for more than 3,000 of Chicago’s young people and their families each year.

Apna Ghar

4350 N. Broadway, 2nd Floor. 

Chicago, IL 60613 

Info: (773) 883-4663

24/7 Multilingual hotline: 773-334-4663 

Text: 773-899-1041


Apna Ghar provides critical, comprehensive, culturally competent services, and conducts outreach and advocacy across communities to end gender violence, such as intimate partner violence and sexual violence. Apna Ghar provides counseling, legal advocacy, advocacy, and housing assistance for survivors of gender violence.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice 

4753 N. Broadway, STE 500.  

Chicago, IL 60640 

Info: (773) 271-0899


Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC (Advancing Justice | AAJC) advocates for an America in which all Americans can benefit equally from, and contribute to, the American dream. Our mission is to advance the civil and human rights of Asian Americans and to build and promote a fair and equitable society for all.

Asian Health Coalitions

1006 S. Michicagn Ave, STE 710.  

Chicago, IL 60605 

Info: (312) 877-5063


Asian Health Coalition (AHC) is committed to improve the health and wellness of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and all underserved communities of color through advocacy, technical assistance, education, and research. Working collaboratively with over 45 different ethnic serving community-based organizations, AHC utilizes evidence-based approaches to support the development and implementation of culturally and linguistically appropriate health programs and initiatives.

Asian Human Services

2838 W. Peterson Ave.

Chicago, IL 60659

Info: (773) 293-8490

Crisis: (773) 293-8488



Asian Human Services exists to provide quality, compassionate, and culturally competent services in over 28 languages to low-income Asian-American and immigrant and refugee communities in metropolitan Chicago.

Center on Halsted

3656 N. Halsted.

Chicago, IL 60613

Info: (773) 472-6469


For the psychosocial needs of LGBTQ community and provide a variety of services, including support, therapy, and educational groups. These services are meant to connect and unite LGBTQ men, women, families, and allies who share similar issues and struggles.

Community Counseling Centers of Chicago 

Location 1: 

C4 Belle Plaine (Admin Office)

2014 W. Belle Plaine Ave.
Chicago, IL 60618

Info: (872) 235-0722

Location 2: 

C4 Clark

4740 N. Clark St.

Chicago IL 60640 

Info:(773) 769-0205  


Location 3: 

C4 Broadway

5710 N. Broadway St.
Chicago, IL 60660

Info:(773) 728-1000

Location 4: 

C4 North

2542 W. North Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647

Info: (773) 365-7277


A leading provider of clinical services, C4 is recognized as a compassionate and innovative community mental health agency, keenly sensitive to the diverse racial and ethnic populations it serves.

Filipino American Community Health Initiative of Chicago (FACHIC) 

5752 N. California Ave.

Chicago, IL 60659

Info: (312) 962-7748


The Filipino American Community Health Initiative of Chicago (FACHIC) is a collaborative of community, health professional, and academic leaders united to address Filipino health issues in the Chicago area.

Gender JUST

1807 S. Troy St, 3rd Floor.

Chicago, IL 60623


Gender JUST is a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, and multi-generational grassroots organization of LQBTQA young people, people of color, and grassroots folks developing leadership and building power through organizing. 

HANA Center

4300 N. California Ave.

Chicago, IL 60618 

Info: (773) 583-5501


HANA Center builds the power of Korean, Asian American, and multiethnic immigrant communities in Chicagoland through social services, education, culture, and community organizing to advance human rights.

Hanul Family Alliance

Location 1:

1166 S. Elmhurst Rd.

Mt. Prospect, IL 60656

(847) 439-5195


Location 2:

5008 N. Kedzie Ave.

Chicago, IL 60625

(773) 478-8851


Location 3: 

2900 N. Main St, 1st Floor.

Buffalo Grove, IL 60089

(847) 393-7488


Hanul Family Alliance is a nonprofit organization that has been serving the Korean older adult and immigrant communities in the Chicagoland area for over 35 years. Hanul’s mission is to provide comprehensive community-based services to meet the needs of Korean older adults and families to enhance their quality of life.

Inclusive Therapists



Inclusive Therapists is a nationwide community of mental health practitioners that center the therapeutic needs of BIPOC and 2SLGBTQIA+ folks and the pursuit of equity, justice, and liberation. They offer an accessible way for people to find therapists that align with their identities and political orientations, and offer culturally responsive care.

Invisible 2 Invincible


Invisible to Invincible (i2i) is a community-based organization that celebrates and affirms Asians & Pacific Islanders (APIs) who identify as LGBTQ+ in the Chicago area.

Korean American Women in Need (KAN-WIN)

2434 E. Dempster St. STE 111.

Mt. Prospect, IL 60056

Info: (773) 583-1392

24/7 Multilingual hotline: (773) 583-0880 


KAN-WIN’S mission is to eradicate gender-based violence, including domestic violence and sexual assault, especially for women and children across Asian American communities and beyond through culturally competent services, community engagement, and advocacy. KAN-WIN provides counseling, housing assistance, legal advocacy, and support group for survivors of gender-based violence, including domestic violence and sexual violence.

Lotus Root Counseling

1935 W Belmont Ave.

Chicago, IL 60657 

Info: (312) 600-5601 


Asian therapists and psychotherapists specialized in Asian Counseling and mental health in Chicago. 

National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum - Chicago Chapter 

4346 N. Broadway St.
Chicago, IL 60613

Info: (773) 251-8440


NAPAWF’s Chicago Chapter was founded in 2005 to create a safe space for AAPI women, develop and support AAPI women leaders, and move forward conversations about AAPI women’s issues in the Chicago area.

Midwest Asian Health Association-Community Mental Health Clinic

218 W. 26th St, 2nd Floor.

Chicago, IL 60616

Info: (312) 285-2287 


Midwest Asian Health Association (MAHA)’s mission is to reduce health disparities for medically underserved, low-income populations in the Midwest through providing culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate services, which include community outreach education, screening and immunization, linkage to care, mental health services, and research and policy advocacy. 


4101 N. Ravenswood Ave. 

Chicago, IL 60613 

Info: (773) 572-5500


Thresholds provides services and resources for persons with serious mental illnesses and substance use disorders in Illinois. We work with many populations, including youth and young adults, veterans, young mothers, deaf, and individuals experiencing homelessness, among others.

Find below a list of national behavioral health services. Included in the description are the national number and website of the respective services. Visit the websites to learn more about each service.

National Behavioral Health Services

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

1-800-273-TALK (8255) 

1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)



Crisis Text Line

Text HOME to 741741


LGBT National Help Center

1-888-843-4564 (all ages, adults)

1-800-246-7743 (under 25 years old)


Illinois Helpline

(for substance use, problem gambling treatment and recovery services) 

Call 833-234-6343 or text HELP to 833234


National Domestic Violence Hotline

1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

TTY 1-800-787-3224

Text "START" to 88788


National Sexual Assault Hotline

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)



National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Text, call, or chat 988 (24/7)


Trans Lifeline




The Jed Foundation 



Center for Young Women’s Health 



Young Men’s Health


Non-profit foundation 

Please visit the below websites to learn more about the foundation
which aims to raise awareness of depression and prevention of suicide. 

Esther Ha Foundation: 

800-713-9336 (HELP LINE available 24/7, 365 days)


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