CDPH is committed to helping every resident receive the care they deserve. We work with community partners to grow and strengthen behavioral health resources across Chicago.
CDPH Mental Health Services: We provide direct services from five clinic locations across Chicago on a sliding fee scale. Learn where to find clinic locations and services offered here.
Mental Health System: We work with a number of partners and make strategic investments to improve Chicago’s overall mental health system with a focus on providing services to those most in need. Click here to learn more about our efforts. (This page is currently under construction)
Violence Prevention: We work to prevent violence across the lifespan and reduce its negative impacts when it does occur. We do this through community education workshops and professional development and by working with a variety of stakeholders to support them in applying a violence prevention lens to the work they do. Learn more about our work and services here.
Substance Use Disorder: We work to educate residents and generate awareness on prevention and treatment for substance use. Learn more about prevention and treatment programs here.
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|Oct 7, 2016||City of Chicago Partners with Cook County Health to Expand Mental Health Services for Residents in 2017|
|Jun 28, 2016||City Marks July 1 Change In Smoking Age To Protect Health Of Chicago Youth|
|May 6, 2016||Statement From Mayor Emanuel on FDA Regulation of E-Cigarettes|
|Mar 16, 2016||City Council Approves Ordinance to Reduce Youth Smoking and Crack Down on Illegal Tobacco Sales|