312-441-9009              info@hrdi.org

friend family health center

HRDI

COMMUNITY TRIAGE CENTER

addiction

alcoholism

anxiety

assessment

assistance

behavioral changes

behavioral problems

case management

case monitoring

case planning

codependency

cognitive-behavioral therapy

counseling

crisis

crisis response

drug abuse

drugs

drugs and workplace see also drugs

emotional control

emotionally disturbed

group counseling

Health Resources and Services Administration

medicine

mental disabilities

mental disorders

mental health

Mental Health

peer counselor

privacy

psychological distress

psychological first aid

schizophrenia

Self-destructive behaviors

social skills

suicide

therapy

victims

violence

violent behavior

wraparound services

crisis intervention

social emotional crisis

behavior health

cchhs

Cook County Health and Hospitals System

cook county

carey muhammad

substance use

medication management

bipolar disorder

 

Do you need help with Mental Health or Substance Abuse?

 

No Appointment Needed

Walk-In Services

 

Expert Care 24 Hours a Day,

365 Days a Year

 

 

COMMUNITY

TRIAGE CENTER

Supported by the Cook County Health and Hospitals System

Reach us at 773-291-2500 We Never Close

200 East 115th ST (115th & Indiana Ave.)

Chicago, Il 60628

 

  • Mental health crisis assessment
  • Referrals for treatment
  • Case management

 

Bus Route # 115th/Pullman

Red Line Train to Bus Route # 34

or #119 to 115th St.

 

 

HRDI (a subsidiary of Friend Family Health Center) was founded in 1974, by Dr. C. Vincent Bakeman and Doris M. Lomax, and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.  HRDI is a community behavioral health and human service organizations, specializing in programs that empower individuals, families and communities to improve their quality of life.  HRDI serves nearly 8,000 people annually, in both the states of Alabama and Illinois.

 

HRDI's programs address issues in Adult alcohol and substance abuse; youth drug prevention; family services; community health; case management; adult and youth mental health and disabilities; HIV/AIDS prevention and education; as well as gambling prevention and education.  For more information about call  312-441 -9009.