Piatt County Mental Health Center

1921 North Market Street    /    Monticello, Illinois 61856    /    217.762.5371   /    tkirkman@piattmhc.org

HOURS

Mon/Wed/Fri  8:30AM-4:30PM

Tue/Thu  8:30AM-8:00PM

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

217.762.5371

Mental

Health

24-HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE
(217)762-HELP

Our programs have a reputation for excellence. Our masters prepared and licensed clinical staff are experienced in their areas of specialty and hold advanced degrees. Medical supervision is provided by a Board Certified licensed psychiatrist. Supportive case management services are also available.

 

Children, adults, and families access our services through flexible scheduling, a sliding fee scale based on family size and income for those uninsured, evening hours, and a streamlined referral process. Our programs also are able to work with most major insurances providers. Each therapist utilizes a holistic approach to understand the unique perspective of each person’s circumstances. Through therapy, you can develop resources needed to make positive changes in your life that can lead to greater happiness and fulfillment.

By participating in counseling, we will help you:

  • Clearly identify the nature and extent of the problem

  • Help relieve the immediate worry and pain for you and your family

  • Provide education regarding the problem

  • Assemble the most effective treatment strategies to remedy the problem in as brief a period of time as possible

OUTPATIENT SERVICES

Individual, Couple, Family, and Group Therapy

Includes depression, anxiety, guilt, grief, unrealistic fears, relationships with spouse, children, or others as well as school and work difficulties. 

 

Consulting Psychiatrist

The Center contracts a psychiatrist who practices at The Center once a week. Appointments are scheduled through a therapist for psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring.

 
24-Hour Crisis Line Available Seven Days a Week

Professionally-trained staff provide telephone and on-site counseling or appropriate referral for individuals or their family member experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, alcohol/drug problems, physical abuse, and other immediate concerns.

Awareness Programs

We present to community groups, churches, schools, professional groups, etc. in order to increase awareness of alcohol/drug abuse, depression, teen pregnancy, AIDS, suicide, and parenting. You'll learn useful information for recognizing the signs and symptoms in the early stages before serious health, personal, and school/work problems occur.

 

COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES

Case Management Services

We serve individuals in need of assistance with basic needs, linkage with other social services and advocacy for housing, income entitlements or educational services that support their rehabilitation plan that will allow them to maintain stability in the community.

Vocational Services & Job Placement

Services are provided for individuals aged 16 or older who have a disabling condition that affects their ability to work.

 

  • Job Placement Services are provided to those who need assistance with job searching, interviewing, and training phases of employment.

  • Supported Employment Services are available for those who may need the assistance of a Job Coach in adjusting to the demands of employment. The Job Coach can provide job training support both on and off the job site to assist with issues such as job skills training, communication, transportation, job modifications and/or job adaptations.