Mental Health for All

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We believe that mental health is health.

Since 1971, we’ve worked within our community to ensure that everyone has equitable access to the highest quality mental health care. Whether you or someone you care for is looking to begin therapy, or you simply share our purpose, our mission, our beliefs, your journey begins here.

Welcome to Josselyn.

Care

for the whole person.

Service

for the whole community.

The entire Josselyn community is at your service. We offer comprehensive care. Therapists, psychiatrists, support groups, and more: all coordinated around your ideal treatment.

  • Dedicated therapists
  • Personalized treatment
  • Support of staff, peers, and the entire community

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At Josselyn, you’re the center

Mental health for all means treatment plans and care that fit your life. From formal therapy to informal peer-to-peer conversations, it’s mental wellness built around you.

Welcome

For over 70 years, Josselyn has been providing comprehensive mental health care to the entire community. Why? Because we believe everyone deserves the highest level of care.

We know there are obstacles to therapy. You may not be sure if you can afford it. You may not be sure if it will work. You may be nervous to talk to someone about yourself.

Our team is here to break those barriers. Our mission is to help you achieve mental well being.

Bienvenidos

Durante más de 70 años, el Josselyn Center ha brindado atención integral de salud mental a toda la comunidad. ¿Por qué? Porque creemos que todos merecen el más alto nivel de atención.

Sabemos que existen obstáculos para la terapia. Es posible que no esté seguro de poder pagarlo. Es posible que no esté seguro de si funcionará. Es posible que esté nervioso por hablar con alguien sobre usted.

Nuestro equipo está aquí para romper esas barreras. Nuestra misión es ayudarlo a lograr el bienestar mental.

The Living Room

Peer to Peer Support When You Need It

The Living Room is a unique peer-to-peer offering that provides a relaxed, comfortable, informal space for people to talk about their issues with someone who has been there.

Whether in-person or virtual, your peers are here for you. Come talk, share, or simply receive support from someone who understands.

No appointments. No pressure. Just care.

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Strengthening Our Community

Mental well-being isn’t limited to a therapist’s office. Josselyn offers programs and support across Northern Illinois, serving everyone in need.

  • Specialized Teens and Kids Programs
  • Employment Services
  • Community Partnerships
  • Education and Training

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Be the difference

Mental health for all starts here. Your generosity can provide care and support for our entire community. Will you make a difference?

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Comfort

Our spaces are designed with intention to maximize comfort and promote calm

Outreach

Your help allows us to support organizations on the front-lines of equity and justice

Dignity

We’re proud to offer quality, comprehensive mental health care for everyone who needs it

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Information, resources, and support you need to promote mental health and well-being

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