"To inspire hope by supporting and advocating for individuals, families, and the community.”
We do this by promoting our core values principles of respect for all, excellence standards for our service, having a compassion-based approach to care, demonstrating integrity in all aspects of our business, and striving to be collaborative in meeting community needs.
Each year the Center serves over 500 unduplicated consumers from 13 different counties.
Piatt County Mental Health Center is nationally accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) for it's listed programs.
The Center desires to serve all Piatt County residents and is able to accept a wide variety of payment options. These include private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and self-pay. We also have a sliding scaled based upon income, family size, and ability to pay. No Piatt County resident is denied needed services. State of Illinois Departments of Human Services, Mental Health, and Developmental Disabilities, Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Rehabilitation, Public Aid, and Public health provide funding. County funds, memorials, clients' fees, insurance, and donations provide additional financial support.
Piatt County Mental Health Center was established July 14, 1970 through a resolution of the Piatt County Board. For many years, the developmental and mental health services were separately located. In 1993, both programs relocated to our current location at 1921 N. Market Street.