B-CALM Line is available

Feeling isolated, without purpose? Miss your friends?

Fearful of the future? Just want to hear some encouraging words?

The B-CALM help line is available for a positive spin on how to deal with the stress you are experiencing. You will chat with someone who is trained in coping and self-care. Call 888-33B-CALM or 888/332-2256, sponsored as a free service in partnership with the CGH Health Foundation and Sinnissippi Centers.

Resource Locators

Screening Tools

  • Mental Health Screening Tools at Mental Health America – Here you will find screenings you can take for yourself or a loved one for a variety of mental illnesses. Included are screenings for depression, anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, alcohol or substance use, and other screenings.


Featured Links

  • Self-Injury Awareness Month – Article from the National Alliance on Mental Illness
  • NAMI Sauk Area – The National Alliance on Mental Illness Sauk Area Chapter
  • Safe Passage of the Sauk Valley – This is the page for information about the Safe Passage Initiative in Lee and Whiteside Counties
  • Safe Harbor of Lee County’s Facebook page – This Facebook forum was created to organize our community to support and respond to urgent public health needs and gaps: Compassionate, caring, community response (must have Facebook account and/or phone app to access).
  • Illinois Warm Line – Click the link to the left for their flyer. This service is free for anyone residing in Illinois and is for individuals in recovery, their families, friends, and community members. The Warm Line is funded by the Illinois Department of Human Services/Division of Mental Health.
  • Genoa Healthcare – Genoa Healthcare Behavioral Health Pharmacy
  • WebMD – In addition to a wealth of websites below on specific topics, WebMD is a single website that has information on all diseases, including mental illnesses, addiction, and other behavioral healthcare illnesses and disorders.
  • Decoding your Prescriptions: Understanding Pharmacy Abbreviations – An article from Carrington College.

Mobile Apps

This is a list of mobile apps that may help some individuals in their recovery however we do not endorse any particular app. Your results with these apps will vary. Please be aware that experts believe that these apps will work best when used in conjunction with medication and/or in-person therapy. Note: Data and subscription charges may apply. We have tried to list apps that are available for both Apple and Android mobile devices.

  • Breathe2Relax –    Apple Version  Android Version – A portable stress management tool
  • Calm – An app for meditation and sleep – there is a free trial but may cost after that
  • PTSD Coach– Created by the Veteran’s Administration. Versions for Apple and Android
  • SAM App for Anxiety – This is an app developed in the UK. Versions for Apple and Android
  • T2 Mood Tracker – An app designed to help users track their emotions over time
  • Moodpath – A leading depression app
  • Pacifica – Daily tools for stress, anxiety, and depression.

The Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplace

Public Transportation 4-County Area (Carroll, Lee, Ogle, Whiteside)

Prescription and Over the Counter Drug Misuse Awareness

Suicide Prevention

Mental Health and Substance Use


Smoking Cessation & Wellness

Resources for Parents, others

Children’s Mental Health

Underage Drinking Prevention

Juvenile Justice

Youth Resources

Resources for Veterans and their Families

Other Resources

Area Counties, Cities and Towns

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