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Behavioral Health

Chestnut Family Health Center (CFHC) provides short, solution focused behavioral health services.

Mental health is an essential part of our overall health. If you have struggled with feelings of depression, anxiety, trauma or other mental health conditions and want confidential, professional treatment, CFHC is here to help.

We can support you through the stresses of everyday life and as you substitute unhealthy behaviors for healthier ones.

Chestnut offers short-term, brief interventions for individuals, couples and families; referrals for specialty mental health and substance use treatment; safety planning; and outpatient crisis stabilization.


Scheduling Your Appointment


Interpreting Services

CFHC contracts for interpreting services, available by phone, which enables us to provide better service to our patients who do not speak English. Sign language interpretation is also available. We ask for 48 hours’ notice to schedule interpretive services.


Transportation

Need help getting to your appointment? Chestnut Family Health Center is here for you! Our dedicated Case Management staff can assist you in coordinating transportation to your appointments.

Public transportation

Connect Transit – Bloomington/Normal
Madison County Transit – Granite City


Chestnut Family Health Center is committed to your health. At present, Chestnut Family Health Center is not offering COVID-19 testing. During the coronavirus outbreak, we have put the following guidelines into practice:


  • If you have a fever, cough, difficulty breathing or have been near someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please do not come to our office even if you have an appointment. Please call our office for an over-the-phone evaluation by our staff. 
  • If you have concerns about coming to our office for a scheduled appointment, please call our office at least one day before your appointment to talk with staff. 
  • Avoid public places, groups of more than ten people, physically touching other people, and touching your face. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. 

We value our patients and want to ensure their safety. Thank you for your cooperation.


If you feel that you have a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to one of the local hospital Emergency Departments.