Behavioral Health Services
Trinity’s Behavioral Health program consists of four main components.
All of the services are designed to support individuals who have mental health needs to develop their strengths, increase wellness, and live as independently as possible. Trinity's team includes a range of mental health professionals, such as psychologists, therapists, behavior analysts, qualified mental health professionals (QMHPs), job coaches and independent living assistants.
Most services are offered in the Northern Illinois counties of Will, Cook, DuPage and Grundy. Trinity's crisis intervention and prevention team provides services in all counties of Illinois. The Behavioral Health central office is located at 301 Veterans Parkway in New Lenox, IL. For more information, call Mike Mecozzi, at 815-717-1700.
Community living (residential) services
Trinity's residential options provide safe, comfortable housing and access to therapeutic, social, recreational, fitness and occupational activities. Levels of support range from intermittent supervision, which includes as-needed supports from staff members and peers, to 24-hour supervision. More...
Intensive outpatient services
Outpatient services support a person to remain employed or in school while they receive assistance and support for symptoms and issues of a mental illness. More..
Trinity offers individuals with a mental illness assistance that can help them find and keep a job. Employment is considered to be part of the healing process, and this process continues even when a person is displaying symptoms of their mental illness or is not medication compliant. Learn more on Trinity's Employment Services page. More...
Counseling for families and individuals
The Family Counseling Center offers affordable, evidenced-based outpatient therapy to individuals, families, couples and groups. These services are based on Trinity values and principles, and grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy methods. More...
The Family Counseling Center (FCC) offers comprehensive training to between 25 and 30 students each year. Internships and practicum experiences are limited to students majoring in psychology or social work at an accredited institution who have a commitment to behavioral, cognitive behavioral, and contextual behavioral therapy approaches. For more information, call Behavioral Health Director Mike Mecozzi, at 815-717-1700.