Thresholds Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Services are person-centered, trauma-informed, and evidence-based.
Our model is to bring a comprehensive suite of services to wherever our clients are.
The Thresholds Workforce Development Department offers workshops, conferences and other training opportunities.
Thresholds offers groundbreaking programs for adolescents, young adults, families, young mothers, and their children.
Thresholds offers services designed to integrate mental health, substance use, and primary care treatment.
Our mission is to provide data to support decision-making meant to improve quality of care, optimize health outcomes, and lower costs.
This program provides key transitional services to people with serious mental illnesses and substance use conditions who are exiting the justice system.
The only program of its kind in Illinois, offering services for persons with mental illnesses who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
Thresholds’ Peer Success program is operated by consumers – those who have a lived experience of mental illness.
Thresholds is the largest provider of supported housing in Illinois and provides comprehensive services for persons experiencing homelessness.
Thresholds provides clients with the support and services needed to achieve independence to class members of the Williams Consent Decree.
Thresholds offers services to members of the armed forces who are experiencing PTSD, trauma, substance use disorders, and much more.
Thresholds’ Employment Specialists place clients in jobs of their choice to create real economic independence.
Motivent Total Health is a general psychotherapy practice in Westmont, IL that serves clients seeking individual and group therapy.
The Thresholds Creative Arts Therapy team, made up of a diverse range of trained art therapists, provides our clients tools for wellness.
Thresholds Youth and Young Adult Services provides tailored training and consultation to agencies and states who want to better engage and improve the outcomes of transition-age youth and young adults (TAYYAs) with mental health challenges.
Our mission is to be a national leader in TAYYA mental health services through partnering, building, testing, refining and sharing our practice models. We help others to adapt our approaches for their unique contexts and populations, and to evaluate our joint efforts so that others can learn from our work. Recognizing that TAYYA services must be purposely different than traditional services for children or for adults, we assist other states, regions, organizations, and teams to integrate evidence-informed practices to maximize success.
We provide on-site needs assessment, training, technical assistance, capacity enhancement, workforce development, and team-building workshops for diverse audiences. We also provide coaching calls, and web-based learning for integration and maintenance of new skills. We have trained hundreds of people, from direct practice staff to administrative and state-based leaders. Furthermore, we help agencies leverage their internal resources to evaluate their efforts, demonstrate achievements, secure additional funding, and make sustain innovative programming for these individuals.
Through our collaborations, we have also developed TAYYA-specific practice tips, guidelines, manuals and tools for administrators, clinicians, care coordinators, employment and education specialists, and peer mentors that we share and adapt for agencies we work with.
We tailor our training, technical assistance and consulting approach to your agency or system’s needs. We are most well-known for our work in systematically adapting evidence-based practices for TAYYA in the following areas: