Funded Services

Funded Mental Health Board Services – FY 2019

Mental Health Disorders
Amount funded to Mental Health FY 2019 – $1,085,664

Barb Cempura Retirement

Service Description: Children’s Services – Provides short term counseling to children, families and groups (schools) who have been identified as needing assistance in resolving psychological and relationship issues.

Service Provider: Big Brothers Big Sisters of SWI   ::   http://www.bbbsil.org

FY2019 Funding: $66,300

Service Description: Community Stabilization Program (CSP) – Provides residential and community mental health services to persons who are homeless with a goal of independent community living.

Service Provider: Call for Help

FY2019 Funding: $65,700

Service Description: Living Room – The living room is a comfortable, non clinical space that offers an alternative to hospital emergency rooms for adults experiencing psychiatric emergencies and mental health issues.

Service Provider: Call for Help   ::   http://callforhelpinc.org

Fy2019Funding: $65,388

Service Description: Mental Health Services – Outpatient community mental health services focusing on assessment and medication management.

Service Provider: Chestnut Health Systems   ::   http://www.chestnut.org

FY 2019 Funding: $370,184

Service Description: Medication Assisted Treatment – For adults who reside in St. Clair County and are in need of medication assisted treatment because of an opioid and/or alcohol use disorder.

Service Provider: Chestnut Health Systems   ::   http://www.chestnut.org

FY 2019 Funding: $175,000

Service Description: Mental Health Fitness Evaluations – Provides court-ordered evaluations for youth detained in the Juvenile Detention Center and adults incarcerated in the St. Clair County Jail.

Service Provider: Court Forensic Psychologists

FY 2019 Funding: $15,000

Service Description: Criminal Justice Case Management – Works in conjunction with the Problem Solving Court and provides a variety of services to assist individuals with a mental health disorder participate in treatment under the Court’s supervision.

Service Provider: Comprehensive Behavioral Health Center   ::   http://cbhc1.org

FY 2019 Funding: $40,000

Service Description: Mental Health Fitness Evaluations – Provides court-ordered evaluations for youth detained in the Juvenile Detention Center and adults incarcerated in the St. Clair County Jail.

Service Provider: Cuneo, Dan

CY 2019 Funding: $80,000

Service Description: Grief ServicesProvides supportive grief services, family and individual counseling, trauma counseling and peer-support groups for all ages including adults, teens, and children.  Addiction support loss group for parents also provided.

Service Provider: Heartlinks   ::   http://myheartlinks.com

FY 2019 Funding: $66,300

Service Description: The Puentes de Esperanza (Bridges of Hope) Bi-lingual Therapy Program provides linguistically and culturally sensitive behavioral health support to members of St. Clair County’s Hispanic population.

Service Provider: Hoyleton Youth and Family Services ::   http://www.hoyleton.org

FY 2019 Funding: $27,700

Service Description: Older Adults & Caregiver Counseling Services – In both a community senior center and in home settings, two full time employees provide clinical counseling for older adults or caregivers of older adults regarding their coping with situational difficulties, and for identifying resource options.

Service Provider: Program and Services for Older Adults   ::   http://www.swic.edu/psop

FY 2019 Funding: $82,445

Service Description: Transitional Case Management – Identifies and provides linkage and assistance in accessing community mental health resources for school-age youth with mental health needs.

Service Provider: St. Clair County Office of Regional Education   ::   http://www.stclair.k12.il.us

FY 2019 Funding: $32,130

Service Description: Domestic Violence/Childrens – The program offers residential and non-residential services that include art therapy, play therapy and parenting support.

Service Provider: Violence Prevention Center of SWI   ::   http://www.vpcswi.org

FY 2019 Funding: $64,358

Service Description: Consumer Support and Education– NAMI SWI provides free education and support programs for persons with mental illnesses and their families. Also promotes the understanding and acceptance of mental illness as a biologically-based brain disorder within our community.

Service Provider: NAMI of Southwestern Illinois   ::   http://www.nami.org

FY 2019 Funding: $40,000

Service Description: Referral and Linkage– Navigate program supports families affected by the mental illness and/or substance use disorder(s) for a transitional age young adult (persons between the ages of 17 and 35) by guiding them through the process of determining appropriate resources.

Service Provider: Karla Smith Foundation   ::   https://karlasmithbehavioralhealth.org/      

FY 2019 Funding:  $20,400

Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities
Amount funded to Developmental Disabilities FY 2019 – $736,798

Service Description: Client and Family Support – Disability/diagnostic specific case management and related services provided to maintain independent community living for consumers who are not eligible for state funded services.

Service Providers: Cerebral Palsy of Southwestern Illinois

FY 2019 Funding: $27,540

Service Description: Service Coordination – Provides art therapy services for consumers.

Service Provider: Community Link ::   http://www.comlink.org

FY 2019 Funding: $10,200

Service Description: Service Coordination – Provides for enhanced system point of entry via assessment and linkage/referral to community service providers. Also performs service monitoring, advocacy and selected case management services.

Service Provider: Developmental Disability Services of Metro East   ::   http://www.ddsme.org

FY 2019 Funding: $137,446

Service Description: Client and Family Support – Disability/diagnostic specific case management and related services provided to maintain independent community living for consumers who are not eligible for state funded services.

Service Providers: Epilepsy Foundation of SWI   ::   http://www.efgreatersil.org

FY 2019 Funding: $43,560

Service Description: Adult Autism Services – Provides applicable training to include; independent living skills training, transportation training and recreational, leisure and community experience activities for adults with ASD.

Service Provider: Illinois Center for Autism   ::   http://www.illinoiscenterforautism.org

FY 2019 Funding: $194,000

Service Description: Vocational Development – Offers work opportunities for consumers in community settings or, on provider grounds maintenance and/or janitorial crews. Consumers do not meet criteria for state funded waiver services.

Service Provider: SAVE, Inc.   ::   http://www.saveorg.org

FY 2019 Funding: $206,316

Service Description: Adult Residential Supports – Subsidies are provided that allow eighteen consumers to live in small group home sites and receive support services on the SAVE campus.

Service Provider: SAVE, Inc.   ::   http://www.saveorg.org

FY 2019 Funding: $69,736

Substance Use Disorders
Amount funded to Mental Health FY 2019 – $367,940

Service Description: Adult Treatment Services – Inpatient (SMARTS), methadone, and Drug Court services are funded under an array of comprehensive substance abuse services by a community mental health center.

Service Provider: Comprehensive Behavioral Health Center   ::   http://cbhc1.org

FY 2019 Funding: $143,340

Service Description: Extended Care Treatment – In addition to room and board – group,  individual, employment and relapse counseling is provided for 24 adult residents.

Service Provider: ARCH   ::   http://www.archhouse.org

FY 2019 Funding: $10,000

Service Description: Evaluation Services and Drug Court – In conjunction with Court Services, an array of services are provided to assist in addressing the substance use disorder needs of adults who have come in contact with the criminal justice system.

Service Provider: TASC   ::   http://www2.tasc.org

FY 2019 Funding: $37,800