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Crisis Resources

If you are in crisis, you may want to call a crisis line if you need to speak to a mental health professional immediately. See the list below for resources.

 

  • Heart of Illinois HelpLine for Community Resources
    • Call 2-1-1 or (309) 999-4029
    • Search 211hoi.org
       
  • Crisis Text Line
    • Text HOME to 741-741
       
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    • Call 988
       
  • Center for Prevention of Abuse
    • 1-800-559-7233
       
  • Emergency Response Services (ERS)
    • (309) 671-8084
       
  • Screening, Assessment, and Support Services CARES line
    • 1-800-345-9049

 

  • Live Another Day: Substance Abuse and Mental Health resources for ALL.
    • 1-866-931-6204
    • https://liveanotherday.org/

 

  • Louisville Treatment Center: Addiction and Mental Health resources for BIPOC parents

 

Additional Counseling Services

 

Walt Nunnally, MA, LCPC, CADC

Walt is in the MHS Counseling Office on Mondays and Fridays. Please see your MHS counselor for assistance with setting up an appointment with Walt. 

 

Walt Nunnally is a professional Mental Health Therapist as well as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. He holds a Masters of Counseling Degree from Bradley University and has 25 plus years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families.

 

Walt opened the Illini Family Counseling Office, in June of 2008 desiring to serve and stengthen individuals and families throughout Central Illinois.

Walt is a popular speaker and has led many school, community, and professional workshops on a variety of topics. Walt has also offered professional trainings for schools and businesses as well.

In addition, Walt works collaboratively with groups and community coalitions in Tazewell and Woodford Counties designed to confront challenges and provide resources to strengthen our local communities.

Walt continues to work with local schools as an Early Intervention Specialist. He impacts the lives of more than 2500 students per year through his work in our elementary, junior high, and high schools.

Walt also provides parent support groups and parent training through "Real World Parents" events held throughout the year.

 

"Real World Parents Support Groups" provide an opportunity for parents and caregivers to come together for support, encouragement, to find ideas and to explore available resources to help them more effectively confront the challenges of parenting and are offered at "no charge.

 

The "Real World Parenting Workshop" is offered several Saturdays throughout the year and empowers parents to strengthen their parenting skills as they come together to learn new techniques and strategies in order to better confront negative behaviors and attitudes at home.

 

Contact Walt at (309) 444-9900 for more information.