Youth & Young Adult Services

Depression, addiction, trauma and mental illness  ̶  are things that are difficult to talk about, but 1 in 5 children develop a diagnosable mental health disorder by adolescence.* Our kind and caring staff is here to provide support through life’s difficult moments and help youth and young adults develop the skills and tools necessary to thrive.

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P: (847) 731-5753
Fax: (847) 872-0037

*Kessler, R. C.; Berglund, P.; Demler, O.; Jin, R.; Walters, E. E. 2005. Life-time Prevalence and Age-of-onset Distribution of DSM-IV Disorders in the National Co-morbidity Survey Replication. Archives of General Psychiatry 62: 593-602.

SOARR Behavior Health Services can help youth and young adults with emotional and behavioral challenges to develop skills needed to lead a healthy and fulfilling life and make a successful transition to adulthood. We create a supportive environment where youth and young adults are engaged in their own future planning and are involved as full participants in their own care.

Services at the Adolescent Skills Centers include:

  • Crisis Management
  • Therapy
  • Counseling
  • Case Management
  • Skill Building
  •  Individual Support Services onsite and in neighborhood communities
  • Group Services onsite and in neighborhood communities

Individual &
Group Opportunities

Our supportive, youth-centered approach is results oriented with encouragement of parent and caregiver involvement. We focus on working with families and professionals on developing and implementing interventions that are practical, successful, and accessible.

Accepting new clients!

Youth and young adults ages 12-21 who are experiencing difficulty functioning in their schools or homes because of treatable mental illness or behavioral issues are eligible for these services.

Integrative Services

Locations for services are found within community and site-based settings and are determined by the individuals preference; home, job, restaurant, library, other neighborhood locations, and/or onsite at the Killian Center, 3441 Sheridan Road, Zion, IL. 60099.