Mental Health and Recovery
Mental Health Crisis Services
Crosspoint has a team of trained Crisis Intervention Counselors that are available 24/7, 365 days a year. They are able to provide an assessment of immediate need, address that need, and provide referral and linkage to an appropriate level of care. As a mobile team, they respond locally to OSF Sacred Heart Medical Center, Carle Regional Hospital in Hoopeston, the Public Safety Building, community providers, and, when safe and appropriate to do so, other community locations.
The team of care coordinators at Crosspoint Human Services work collaboratively with community providers to develop integrated assessments and treatment plans that make sure the needs of persons served are met. This includes integrating behavioral health treatment, physical health, employment, housing, budgeting, social interaction, and leisure time planning. For individuals that Crosspoint acts as Representative Payee for, the care coordinators work with the person served to develop budgets that ensure not only bills are being paid but also that individuals are building a savings account.
Mental Health Therapy/Counseling
Master level clinicians versed in evidence-based practices facilitate mental health therapy/counseling to assist persons served in achieving their personal goals. After an integrated assessment and treatment plan is completed to identify the individualized need, therapy services can be offered on an individual, couples, family, and/or group basis in our offices, at school, or other community locations. Our therapists are competent at providing trauma informed care and our experienced in caring for anxiety, depression, PTSD, bereavement issues, issues related to LGBTQA+, and complex trauma to name a few. We are able to accept all forms of Medicaid and most private insurances and serve individuals of all ages.
Mental Health Court
Crosspoint is a proud partner with the Vermilion County Mental Health Court Team. Mental Health Court is an innovative program designed to provide non-violent defendants who have been diagnosed with a mental illness with comprehensive, holistic, treatment as an alternative to incarceration.