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Everyone faces challenges, but when challenges become an overwhelming part of your everyday life, Memorial Behavioral Health is here to guide you down the path of recovery. We offer a wide range of mental health services for children, adolescents, adults with mental health challenges, inpatient and partial hospitalization programs.

 

Memorial Emotional Support Hotline 

The Memorial Emotional Support hotline can support you when you are experiencing anxiety or stress, even if you are not a patient. This is a free service.

Call 217-588-5509

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Trained professionals will help you deal with major emotional crises of life 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you or someone you know is in crisis or at risk of suicide, please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

  

Memorial Behavioral Health Clinic 

Memorial Behavioral Health Clinic supports adults who face behavioral health and emotional issues. Our goal is to help you regain your health and wellness and return to day-to-day life as quickly as possible. 

Memorial Behavioral Health Clinic provides assessment and therapy services for many serious life problems experienced by adults, adolescents and children. Our staff specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, grief, postpartum depression and relationship issues.

Our services include:

  • Adult and senior therapy
  • Case Management
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Family therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Pediatric Services
  • Women - Pregnancy and childbirth

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Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Services

We offer individualized therapeutic services for children and adolescents. Services are available at Springfield, Jacksonville and Lincoln locations.

Our services for children and adolescents include:

  • Comprehensive assessment and psychiatric medical services provided by SIU Center for Family Medicine
  • Outpatient therapy
  • Case management
  • Community recovery
  • ADHD services and resources
  • 24-hour crisis intervention: SASS, Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Psychiatric Response Team

Telehealth and phone appointments

You deserve convenient care. Our telehealth visits offer a safe, convenient option to speak with your established behavioral health provider through two-way video technology from the comfort of your own home with a computer or mobile device.

You are not required to use telehealth, but it is another way we can meet your behavioral health needs conveniently and safely.

Not sure if telehealth is an option for you? Call our office, and our colleagues will discuss your needs and determine if a telehealth visit is appropriate.

If we need to see you in person, we will ensure your safety through measures like:

  • Screening upon arrival
  • Required masks for all colleagues and patients
  • Reduced seating
  • In-car registration for zero waiting room time

Walk-In Services

Memorial Behavioral Health Clinic provides same-day, walk-in services at many of our behavioral health clinics. Anyone interested in receiving services can walk in any time during office hours Monday through Friday.

Meet with a caring, highly skilled mental health specialist who will help you explore the challenges you face and help you determine if mental health treatment and support services are appropriate for your care. Walk-in services will not include seeing a physician or receiving psychiatric services. 

Currently, MBH provides telehealth and phone appointments for patients. An emotional support hotline is available to all at 217-588-5509.

Walk-in services are available at the Springfield, Jacksonville and Lincoln locations. Springfield offers additional walk-in services for The Living Room and Crisis Clinic.  

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Residential Services

Memorial Behavioral Health Clinic provides Crisis Residential and Supported Housing residential programs in Springfield.

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Integrated Wellness

Integrated wellness services help people with mental health conditions improve their physical health and emotional well-being with coordination of healthcare needs, substance abuse counseling, support groups and access to a wellness coach. 

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