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Everyone faces challenges in life. Whether it's the child learning to express her fears and anger after being placed in foster care, the young man struggling to support his family while conquering addiction, or the older woman next door coping with the loss of her husband, Heritage Behavioral Health Center will be there for those in need-making the whole community stronger. We closely manage our organization while offering the most thorough prevention, mental health and addiction services in the community.

If you are you feeling suicidal, depressed, anxious, or have other mental health concerns, call our crisis line NOW (217) 362-6262.

Our services cover from young children through adults and reach people where they live, work and go to school.  Last year we touched over 5000 men, women and children helping them turn their lives that were often filled with fear, helplessness, hopelessness, into one of hope, healing and health.  We do this with our competent, caring, compassionate staff who have a core belief in people’s ability to reclaim their lives, they encourage, support, teach skills, and provide HOPE to our communities most vulnerable citizens – sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, grandmothers and grandfathers. 

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Once you've made the decision to call us, Heritage staff will make it as easy as possible to complete an intake assessment through our Open Access Clinic.  Open Access Clinic is held Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

What to bring to Open Access

  • Picture ID
  • Insurance or Medical Card
  • Social Security Card
  • Proof of Income

Treatment Philosophy for all Heritage Clinical Programs

Heritage Behavioral Health Center, a behavioral health care facility, is dedicated to delivering the highest quality customer service.  This commitment can be seen in its Corporate Mission, Vision and Values.  Heritage believes that high-quality, efficient and cost effective treatment is best provided within the least intrusive/restrictive setting and by using clinical interventions most appropriate to the individual’s condition.