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Psychiatry

Dealing with the demands of everyday life can be a struggle. You may face mental health concerns that keep you from living a productive, healthy life. We can help.

Chestnut Family Health Center offers psychiatric care. Through medication and counseling, we can help you manage conditions that affect your behavior and well-being. Our caring staff can help you work through behavioral, social, family, school, and work difficulties. We can help you overcome concerns including addiction, and get the process started.

If you are a patient of Chestnut Family Health Center and would like help with any of the conditions above, talk with your doctor or another provider. Not already a patient? Make Chestnut Family Health Center your medical home by:

  • Calling us at (309) 557-1400 (Bloomington) or (618) 512-1919 (Granite City) to schedule a visit.
  • Notifying your insurance carrier of your change in primary care provider.
  • Completing paperwork to have your medical records forwarded to Chestnut Family Health Center.
  • Using Chestnut Family Health Center instead of an emergency room, prompt care, or another provider for all non-emergency medical services (preventive care, wellness visits, acute illnesses, disease management).
  • Scheduling and completing at least one preventive care visit per year.


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.