Behavioral Health Resources and Support in the Quad Cities and Muscatine
The mental health and substance use specialists at UnityPoint Health's Robert Young Center want to see you reach your goals. We're here to help.
Our care coordination services make it easier for you to get the care you need. We can also connect you with community-based resources, including local mental health support groups. These groups can help you gain skills and strategies to live a healthy life.
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Get confidential support from trained mental health professionals, 24/7, by calling our crisis intervention line at 309-779-2999.
Local Behavioral Health Support Services in the Quad Cities and Muscatine
The Robert Young Center works with partner organizations in the Quad Cities and Muscatine. We connect people of all ages with community resources for mental and behavioral health.
We are committed to supporting people and families whose lives have been affected in different ways by mental health and substance use disorders. Read more about our comprehensive mental health services and substance use disorder services.
Behavioral health support groups
Listening to people who have experienced similar challenges can provide a valuable learning opportunity and meaningful support. We help engage people and families affected by mental health and substance use disorders with local chapters of mental health advocacy organizations, such as Alcoholic Anonymous and the National Alliance for Mental Illness.
We tailor group therapy to focus on how certain factors, such as the judicial system, family needs or careers, may affect substance use treatment. And we offer support groups dedicated to different needs, including teens and parents of teens affected by suicide loss and mental illness.
Assistance navigating the criminal justice system
We help coordinate a Victim Impact Panel (VIP), which offers a special learning opportunity for people who have been pulled over for driving under the influence. These individuals can attend classes where they hear firsthand from families who have encountered a tragedy at the hands of someone driving under the influence. The VIP program offers perspectives that can have a powerful effect, inspiring lasting change.
We work closely with the Rock Island County Probation and Drug Court program. For people whose legal problems are a product of a mental health or substance use condition, we can provide support. Some people can receive mandated community-based mental health treatment instead of incarceration.
We work with partner companies in Iowa and Illinois to provide care coordination services. Care coordinators help people address obstacles, such as transportation to appointments, that make it harder to receive mental health or substance use treatment. Learn more about these services provided through Integrated Home Health and Precedence, Inc.
Peer support can be a powerful and positive influence. Peer support specialists are people who have lived experience with mental health or substance use disorder. They offer firsthand perspectives on how to navigate challenges successfully. Peer support specialists work within our mental health and substance use disorder programs to support you throughout your care.
Connect with one of our trusted mental health specialists, easily. Call 309-779-3000
to learn more about the many mental health resources available to you.