Mental Health Services

DuPage County Health Department Behavioral Health serves DuPage County residents with Medicare or Medicaid insurance. Outpatient therapy and psychiatric services are available at their Wheaton, Addison, Westmont, and Lombard locations. For more information or to complete an intake, call 630-682-7400.

The DuPage County Health Department’s Crisis Services also staffs a 12-bed crisis residential unit suited for DuPage County residents 18+ who are experiencing a mental health crisis as an alternative to the emergency room. For more information and additional admission criteria, call the 24/7 Crisis Services hotline at 630-627-1700.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): NAMI of DuPage County provides peer support to those diagnosed with a mental illness and their families. NAMI offers peer counseling, support groups, social programs, and youth services. For more information, call 630-752-0066. To speak with a peer counselor in person, visit the NAMI Living Room located at 115 N. County Farm Road. Monday-Friday, 3 p.m.-8 p.m.

Psychology Today: Psychology Today allows users to search for a mental health provider based on location, insurance type, specialty, sexuality/gender, age, faith, and therapy modality.

For additional information or assistance, contact the City of Wheaton social workers: