Counseling Services in Aurora Illinois

Behavioral Healthcare

At Family Counseling Service, we provide a wide range of counseling services in Aurora Illinois. If you, a family member, loved one or friend are going through difficulties, we can help you get through these tough times.

Our range of services caters to all ages, from children, to adolescents through to adults and older adults.  Our Child & Adolescent Counseling program offers a complete array of services to children and adolescents from age 3 to 17. Children can be particularly vulnerable, so children and adolescents can benefit from treatment to address a variety of presenting problems, such as out of control behavior, depression, abuse or trauma, difficulty in school, and more. Our Adult Counseling program offers a complete array of services to adults age 18 and older, and Family Counseling Service’s Older Adult program is for seniors (age 60 and above) who are struggling with loneliness, grief, depression, family relationships, or more.

In our psychiatric services program, Family Counseling Service’s medical professionals provide medication assessment and management services, such as Psychiatric evaluation, Medication, Psychiatric nursing and case management.

Family Counseling Service also provides substance abuse care, so if you or someone you know has or may have a problem with drugs and/or alcohol, our staff can start with a comprehensive assessment that will recommend the most appropriate level of care. Our staff are trained and experienced in helping clients recover from addiction and substance abuse.

Our First Responder Behavioral Health program actively considers the specialized needs, preferences, and concerns that first responders may have in seeking behavioral health treatment. Our goal is to reduce stigma and barriers that could inhibit one from seeking treatment.

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