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Prairie Counseling Center
The Prairie Counseling Center (PCC) is a community behavioral health clinic funded to provide comprehensive community based services for mental health and substance abuse issues. The service area is Bond County as well as surrounding counties. The Center is partially funded by the Illinois Department of Human Services, Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse and Office of Mental Health.
Mental Health Assessment
Substance Abuse Assessment
Substance Abuse Group Treatment
"Round the Clock" on-call mental health crisis intervention and screenings
MISSION AND PHILOSOPHY
The PCC mission is to provide family oriented behavioral health services that promote awareness and wellness in the community and to help ensure that persons served remain in the community while feeling safe, healthy, and productive.
Persons served, families, and significant others will feel a sense of ownership and empowerment regarding treatment via their involvement in the treatment planning and implementation process.
Service delivery will involve practices that reduce the various stigmas associated with consumers of public behavioral health systems.
PCC services are confidential and private. We will not identify a person as a consumer and/or release information about a consumer without written and informed consent from the consumer, life-threatening circumstances may be an exception.
PCC services are delivered with the aim that consumers will "flow through" services and gain the skills to function at a greater capacity than when first introduced to PCC services.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The first step in the service delivery process is for PCC staff to conduct a brief clinical interview at the time of the initial request for services and then to schedule a comprehensive assessment. The assessment will help determine treatment goals, an appropriate and effective treatment plan, and the assignment of a compatible therapist. Additionally, consumers will identify other individuals and providers that they want involved in the treatment and recovery process.
The therapeutic process is primarily designed by the therapist and consumer regarding the frequency and duration of sessions. Additionally, consumers will be made aware of their rights and appeal processes throughout the course of treatment.
Services are typically terminated when treatment goals have been satisfactorily accomplished and the consumer and therapist are in agreement that discharge would be appropriate.
Consumers will be introduced to satisfaction surveys throughout the course of services and also immediately upon termination of services. Consumer feedback is a key component for PCC to provide effective and relevant services.
Prairie Counseling Center at Bond County Health Department
1520 South 4th Street
Greenville, IL 62246
After Hours: (618) 397-0963
Illinois Relay Services: (800) 526-0857
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:00p.m.
8:30a.m. - 8:00p.m.
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