Bringing Hope To Those Struggling With Mental Health

Our goal is to help individuals struggling with mental illness build happy, healthy lives.


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May 06, 2024

After receiving more than $9 million in state funding, the McLean County Center for Human Services plans to develop a new apartment building for low-income renters.

February 08, 2024

The Illinois State University Police Department (ISUPD) is launching a co-responder program this semester with hopes of helping individuals in crisis. In collaboration with The McLean County Center for Human Services (MCCHS), the program pairs a police officer with a crisis worker to respond to mental health calls.

January 27, 2024

“It's just so important because we see the community needs, the gaps in services, the barriers to care,” said Sonja Workman, the peer services development and community training program manager at the McLean County Center for Human Services [MCCHS].