​​Kane County Behavioral Health Council Logo 

The Kane County Mental Health Council was formed in 2007 to address access to mental health services, a need identified by the IPLAN Committee.  Kane County has a wide array of private and public mental health services but in many cases they are not well coordinated, unevenly distributed, under-funded, and often not accessible to those without insurance. Awareness of mental health needs and available resources is also relatively low.   

In 2017, we combined the Mental Health Council with the Community Health Improvement Plan’s (CHIP) Behavioral Health Action Team to improve services and be more inclusive of the agencies in our county. Our accomplishments including: 

  • Regularly scheduled newsletter, “Message of the Month,” which highlights a different behavioral health topic each month. 
  • Dedicated website: wesupportmentalhealth.org​
  • Presence on Facebook and Twitter 
  • The “Layperson’s Guide to Mental Illness,” a Power Point presentation given to groups throughout the county
  • A marketing campaign “We Support Mental Health,” which saw groups and agencies across the county adopt the badge to show their support 

​​Behavioral Health has been selected as one of the top three health priorities in Kane County with overall mission of improving the mental health of Kane County residents by 2030. 

​​Phone Number: 630-208-3140

​​​​Kane County Behavorial Health Council Members

Breaking Free, 630-897-1003 
INC Board, 630-892-5456
Lazarus House, 630-587-2144
National Alliance on Mental Illness, Kane-South, DeKalb andKendall Counties, Inc., 630-896-6264
National Alliance on Mental Illness Kane-South, DeKalb, and Kendall Counties, 630-896-6264 
Open Door Health Center, 847-695-1093 
TriCity Family Services, 630-232-1070 
VNA Health Care​, 630-978-9835