Hillcrest offers many comprehensive programs and services for children and adults ranging from the treatment of brain health disorders and wellness advocacy to transitional living and in-home support. With our team of therapists, case managers, counselors and program specialists, we’re able to offer treatment options that are focused on our Culture of Results environment.
There are a wide range of options available at Hillcrest for community-based brain health care, they include:
Please complete the online Counseling Intake Packet. After it is completed and submitted, a Hillcrest staff member will contact you to schedule an appointment.
Hillcrest operates several homes for adults with mental illness who are working on transition towards independence. These residences offer a variety of services geared towards individual needs.Residential Options
Walk in crisis services are available for anyone in need of immediate mental health counseling. Our staff is available Monday through Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm and Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm on a walk in basis to help you.Get Help
Hillcrest Supported Living (HSL) is a program that provides an individual with a Visiting Counselor who assists them in developing the skills they want or need in order to gain satisfaction in their lives. Currently, the program is available in Dubuque, Johnson, Linn and Delaware counties.Independent Skill Development
Integrated Health Homes “expand the traditional medical home models to build linkages to other community and social supports, and to enhance coordination of medical and behavioral healthcare, in keeping with the needs of persons with multiple chronic illnesses.” – Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesIntegrated Health Services
People under the age of 21 who have Medicaid (Title 19) can be treated within the home through our Behavioral Health Intervention Services. The goal is to reduce stress, anxiety and other emotional issues for the individual while strengthening their confidence.In-Home Mental Health Care
Hillcrest provides community-based psychiatric services to adolescents and adults that have been diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness and are motivated to increase their community involvement and independence within the next six months to two years.Community-Based Psychiatric Care
For adults seeking to strengthen their work independence and seek employment opportunities, Hillcrest’s Adult Vocational Program can provide many benefits. Individuals must be 18 years of age or older, who are diagnosed with a serious mental illness, brain injury or developmental disability.Vocational Services
The Wellness Center is here to help adults in recovery from mental illness, addictions, physical injury/illness and other challenges in life. Peer Support Specialists staff the Wellness Center, facilitate groups and meet with individual members.Get Support