Solid support across our community

At Turning Point, we see far beyond a client’s diagnosis and therapy. We aim to help all improve the overall quality of their lives, including the lives of those who live, love, or work with them, and by extension the life of our community.

Rarely can we do it all alone.

That’s why we constantly seek to expand our clients’ range of recovery options through collaborations and complementary relationships with other trusted experts and providers in areas like primary healthcare, psychiatry, substance use programs, job placement, food pantries, and shelter.

For individuals in crisis

Anyone in crisis may at any time contact Turning Point’s Living Room and mobile crisis response teams at 847.933.9202. Individuals may also seek help from:

Medical and police emergencies, call 911

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, call 988

National Suicide Prevention Talkline: English, 800.273.8255; Spanish, 888.628.9454

Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4) Crisis Line: 773.769.0205

In-Touch Hotline: 312.996.5535: 6:00 pm–10:30 pm, 7 nights a week; Funded by University of Illinois

Warm Line, Peer and Family Support: 866.359.7953; 8:00 am–5:00 pm, Mon-Fri; Funded by DHS/Dept. of Mental Health

National Hopeline: 800.784.2433

Community resource and services providers

Niles Township Food Pantry: 847.983.0073

Village of Skokie Human Services Department: 847.933.8208

Village of Skokie Health Department: 847.933.8252

Niles Township Social Services Department: 847.973.9300

Skokie Public Library: 847.673.7774

Council for Jewish Elderly: 708.508.1000

North Shore Senior Center: 847.784.6000

Heartland Health Centers: 847.410.6501

Erie Evanston/Skokie Health Center: 847.666.3494

NAMI CCNS, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Cook County North Shore Chapter: 847.716.2252

PEER Services (substance use): 847.693.7218

Impact Behavioral Health Partners: 773.583.3400

Mental health education and advocacy

National Council for Behavioral Health

NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness

NAMI Cook County North Suburban 

CBHA, Community Behavioral Healthcare Association

DBSA, Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

Mental Health America of the Northern Suburbs

Illinois Association for Behavioral Health