This helpful guide provides information on a variety of resources available in the Aurora and neighboring communities.
Dedicated professionals are on-call Monday through Friday to provide referrals for behavioral health and other related services. This centralized resource and referral center—housed at Presence Mercy Medical Center—addresses diverse behavioral health needs by directing callers to available community resources. Qualified behavioral health professionals can be reached Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m.–11:30 p.m. by calling 844.569.5200.
This link provides answers to healthcare questions to help individuals feel confident in the healthcare choices that they make for themselves and their family. Proper healthcare can be a confusing journey and Healthy Aurora breaks down the information to help individuals get on the path to healthy living.
One free call to 2-1-1 connects you with ALL humans services in Kane County. Operators are standing by to answer questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Help is available in over 150 different languages.
Get help with: food, clothing, shelter, housing, rent, utility assistance, counseling, substance abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, transportation, support groups, senior services, aging parents, child care, employment, legal assistance and health care.
This link provides a searchable service directory of local behavioral health resources in Kane County.
The best way to get rid of unused and expired drugs is to bring them to a take back location. It is important that unused or unwanted medications are safely discarded. Prescription medications can be harmful if used by anyone other than the prescribed patient. Medications such as opioids and cough syrups have a high risk of misuse and could lead to addiction if not monitored by a physician.
This helpful guide provides information on a variety of resources available in the Kaneland communities.