Women’s Services

Alcohol Abuse Resources

A AAA-1 Abuse & Addiction Helpline: Rehab Detox Treatment Center 24 Hour Helpline
907 W Marketview Dr. Suite 10-346, Champaign
217-814-0122
www.champaign.aaa-alcoholdrugrehab.com

A-AAA offers services from a 24-hour helpline, to detox and rehab programs, both in-patient and out-patient. Their goal is to assist overcoming drug and alcohol addictions in a safe, medically supervised, and supportive environment.

Al-Anon Family Groups
www.al-anon.org

Al-Anon is an online resource for those who have issues with drinking, or a family member with an alcohol addiction. In addition to giving local meeting information, Al-Anon offers online forums and electronic meetings as well. There are also meetings focused towards teens who struggle with alcohol addiction.

Carle Addiciton Recovery Center
217-383-6039
www.carle.org/services/addiction.aspx

Carle Addiction Recovery center offers for both those who suffer from substance abuse as well as their families, holistic, medically-based treatment programs for addiction to alcohol, narcotics, prescription drugs and cigarettes. They also provide services focused on youth and their families. Their team is comprised of certified addiction counselors, nurse practitioners, licensed clinical professional counselors and physicians.

Prevention and Treatment Services (P.A.T.S.)
300 S Broadway, Ste 159 Lincoln Square, Urbana
217-954-1128
www.lincolnsqureurbana.com/prevention-and-treatment-services-p-a-t-s/

P.A.T.S. is a social service program providing services to adults, teens, children, families, couples and individuals. They offer counseling, social skills, problem solving, communication education, anger management, substance abuse, mental health, and prevention services.

Recovery
1-888-253-4664
www.recovery.org

Recovery.org has a hotline for those seeking advice on addiction as well as how to assist someone who may have an addiction. They offer resources on addiction intervention, alcohol and drug detox, and extended recovery programs. They also provide information regarding behavioral disorders.

The Pavilion: Behavior Health System
809 W Church Street, Champaign
217-373-1700
1-800-373-1700
www.pavilionhospital.com

The Pavilion offers treatment spanning inpatient medical detoxification, dual diagnosis treatment, and residential/partial hospital treatment. The provide Medication Management and Education, Individualized treatment plans, family and group therapy, family education and aftercare coordination.

The Prairie Center
217-328-4500 (Urbana location)
217-477-4500 (Danville location)
www.prairie-center.com

The Prairie Center offers both inpatient adults as well as outpatient treatment for both adults and children. They have locations in Champaign, Urbana and Danville.  They provide services including group and individual counseling, educational groups, opportunities for family involvement, and ancillary services. The Urbana and Danville locations have services available during the day as well as in the evenings.

 

Children, Youth and Pregnancy Services

Illini Christian Ministries
411 E Park St, Suite 106
Champaign, IL
Phone: 217-355-4446
Fax: 217-355-1650
www.icmfamily.org
Voluntary placement foster care, pregnancy support, foster care for pregnant teens, adoption and Christian counseling.

Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS)
508 S. Race Street
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: 217-278-5400
www.state.il.dcfs/index.shtml
Protective services for abused/neglected minors.

Living Alternatives
Pregnancy Resource Center
205 E. Wilber Avenue
PO Box 1542
Champaign, IL 61822
Phone: 217-398-6511
www.hopeforafuture.com
Assists pregnant women in crisis to carry a baby to term. Clothing, food, free pregnancy tests, and education for pregnant women and mothers with young children. Adoption counseling and post-abortion counseling available.

Clothing and Furniture

Community Service Center of Northern Champaign County
First Call for Help-Rantoul
520 E. Wabash Ave.
Rantoul, IL 61866
217-893-1530
Information, referral, advocacy, emergency food bank, clothing, shelter, holiday food and toys, utility assistance, prescription assistance are offered in the nine northern Champaign county townships.

Living Alternatives
Pregnancy Resource Center
205 E. Wilber Avenue
PO Box 1542
Champaign, IL 61822
Phone: 217-398-6511
www.hopeforafuture.com
Assists pregnant women in crisis to carry a baby to term. Clothing, food, free pregnancy tests, and education for pregnant women and mothers with young children. Adoption counseling and post-abortion counseling available.

McKinley Presbyterian Church and Foundation
Scot-Free Clothing Exchange
809 S. Fifth St.
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-344-0297
www.mckinley-church.org
Clothing (Tues. & Fri. 2-4PM). Can call in an emergency during off hours.

Restoration Urban Ministries
1213 Parkland Ct.
Champaign, IL 61821
Phone: 217-355-2662
Hours: Mon. – Sat. 10AM-5PM
www.restorationurbanministries.net
Advocacy for self-sufficiency; Christian Transitional Housing. Clothing, food pantry, adult and youth programs, and drug recovery program.

Crisis and Emergency Numbers

Crisis Nursery of Urbana-Champaign
1309 W. Hill Street
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: 217-337-2730
www.crisisnursery.net
Serves children newborn through six years old. Open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Provides short-term crisis child care (up to 72 hours), as well as information and resources; provides parenting and parent-child interaction classes; post-crisis services; and post-partum depression support group.

Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS)
Child Abuse Hotline
Phone: (800)252-2873
www.state.il.us/dcfs/child/index.shtml
24-hour hotline to report suspected child abuse/neglect.

Presence Covenant Medical Center
1400 W. Park Street
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: 217-337-2000
www.provena.org/convenant
Presence is a medical center with Emergency Department (337-2131), Case Management (337-2115), Hospice (337-2470), Home Health Services (355-4120).

Roundhouse
311 W. White Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-359-5276
Serves adolescents 10-17 years old (male and female); 18-20 years old (female only; runaway homeless youth program); provides individual & family counseling; short-term housing and shelter for youth. Helps adolescents with school, family, drugs/alcohol, sex.

Food, Meals, Nutrition

Community Service Center of Northern Champaign County
First Call for Help-Rantoul
520 E. Wabash Avenue
Rantoul, IL 61866
Phone: 217-893-1530
Information, referral, advocacy, emergency food bank, clothing, shelter, holiday food and toys, utility assistance, prescription assistance are offered in the nine northern Champaign county townships.

Community Service Center of Northern Champaign County
First Call for Help-Champaign
405 S. State Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-352-6300
www.famservicecc.org
Information, referral, and advocacy are available to those needing services from social service agencies. Limited emergency assistance available to qualifying individuals, including food, rent, utilities, prescription medicines, and limited transportation.

Meals on Wheels
405 S. State Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-352-5100
www.familyservcc.org
Provides hot meals, home-delivered at noon Monday-Friday for those 60 years and older in Champaign, Urbana, and Savoy areas that may have difficulty providing for themselves. Sack suppers and special diet meals are available.

Living Alternatives
Pregnancy Resource Center
205 E. Wilber Avenue
PO Box 1542
Champaign, IL 61822
Phone: 217-398-6511
www.hopeforafuture.com
Assists pregnant women in crisis to carry a baby to term. Clothing, food, free pregnancy tests, and education for pregnant women and mothers with young children. Adoption counseling and post-abortion counseling available.

TIMES Center
70 E. Washington
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-398-7785
Provides transitional initiatives. Level 1: 50 mats dormitory; Level 2: 10 semi-private units with 2 beds. Soup kitchen: meals open to anyone in need; lunch is served 12-12:30PM, dinner 6-6:30PM daily.

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Women, Infant, Children (WIC)
201 E. Kenyon Road
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-352-7961
Hours: Mon. – Fri., 8AM-4PM
www.fns.usda.gov/wic/
Food coupons for pregnant women, infants and children. Walk-in hours: Mon.-Fri., 9:30AM-11AM and 1-3PM. Appointments are available.

Housing Providers

Community Service Center of Northern Champaign County
First Call for Help-Rantoul
520 E. Wabash Avenue
Rantoul, IL 61866
Phone: 217-893-1530
Information, referral, advocacy, emergency food bank, clothing, shelter, holiday food and toys, utility assistance, prescription assistance are offered in the nine northern Champaign county townships.

Community Service Center of Northern Champaign County
First Call for Help-Champaign
405 S. State Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-352-6300
www.famservicecc.org
Information, referral, and advocacy are available to those needing services from social service agencies. Limited emergency assistance available to qualifying individuals, including food, rent, utilities, prescription medicines, and limited transportation.

Mental Health Services

Download resource list of Mental Health Services

Catholic Charities
1315 A Curt Drive
Champaign, IL 61821
Phone: 217-352-5179
www.catholiccharitiesusa.org
Family, Individual and marital counseling programs address issues including family stress, divorce adjustment, single parenting concerns and family violence. Counseling fees are on a sliding scale.

Developmental Services Center (DSC)
1304 W. Bradley Avenue
Champaign, IL 61821
Phone: 217-356-9176
www.dsc-illinois.org
Information, referral, vocational and residential services and case management for those with developmental disabilities are provided.

Family service of Champaign County
Counseling Program
405 S. State Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-352-0099
www.famservcc.org/counseling
Professional therapists assist individuals, couples, families, and children to resolve conflicts arising from personal issues and relationships. Clients seen by appointment. Sliding fee scale.

Shelter Providers and Services

Crisis Nursery of Urbana-Champaign
1309 W. Hill Street
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: 217-337-2730
www.crisisnursery.net
Serves children newborn through six years old. Open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Provides short-term crisis child care (up to 72 hours), as well as information and resources; provides parenting and parent-child interaction classes; post-crisis services; and post-partum depression support group.

Roundhouse
311 W. White Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Phone: 217-359-5276
Serves adolescents 10-17 years old (male and female); 18-20 years old (female only; runaway homeless youth program); provides individual & family counseling; short-term housing and shelter for youth. Helps adolescents with school, family, drugs/alcohol, sex.

Smoking Cessation Resources

American Cancer Society
www.cancer.org

The American Cancer society offers a “Guide to Quitting Smoking”, including topics such as the mental and physical part of smoking addiction. Other topics include nicotine replacement therapy, how smoking affects health, making a plan to quit, steps for long-term success and staying smoke-free. Type “Guide to Quitting Smoking” in the search bar.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1-800-Quit-Now  (1-800-784-8669)
http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/quit_smoking/index.htm

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers the Surgeon General Reports in addition to resources via their quitline such as individual counseling, information on how to quit, referrals to cessation resources, medications available to help with smoking cessation and mailed self-help materials.

Champaign Urbana Public Health District
201 W Kenyon Rd., Champaign
217-352-7961
http://www.c-uphd.org/stop-smoking.html

The Champaign Urbana Public Health District offers two online Step-by-Step programs. These booklets offer additional regional resources as well as what to expect when quitting smoking.

“Thinking of Quitting” is a self-paced program based on the “stages of change” theory that works with varied levels of readiness to quit smoking.
http://www.c-uphd.org/documents/wellness/blue_book-stop_smoking.pdf

“Ready to Quit Smoking” is another self-paced program that highlights the benefits of smoking as well as assesses situations where you are more prone to desire smoking and offers methods to help you avoid those triggers.  It also covers coping mechanisms for dealing with withdrawals and cravings.
http://www.c-uphd.org/documents/wellness/red_book-stop_smoking.pdf

Freedom from Smoking Online
www.ffsonline.org

The American Lung Association offers an online program consisting of 7 modules to help with quitting smoking. Each week, a new module should be completed. The program also offers assistance with committing to a smoke-free lifestyle long term.

Illinois Tobacco Quitline
1-866-Quit-Yes  (1-866-784-8937)
www.quityes.org/

The website serves as a platform to seek advice from a medical professional for questions pertaining to smoking cessation. The Quitline will also assist with assessing your specific needs, finding a program to help you quit, and follow-up weekly on your progress during your first six weeks. The Quitline is available Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 9 P.M.

Smokefree.gov
www.smokefree.gov

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this website offers resources on coping with depression, physical activity, nutritional information, quitting methods, and preparing to quit. It also offers online chat, a smoking cessation chat service, and quit plans.