Behavioral Health 

If you are looking for the McLean County Triage Center, for walk-in crisis and behavioral health services please visit the brand new

 Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC) Facility 

The Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC) at The Center for Human Services is available free of charge to individuals 18 and older experiencing a behavioral health crisis. BHUC provides an alternative to emergency departments when appropriate. Our services include crisis screening, crisis intervention, short term counseling, linkage to resources, and peer support.

We are located at 520 North Center St, Bloomington, IL 61704, in our “tower building” just a 1/2 block North of our main location on Market St.

Our current hours of operation are 5pm to 1am Monday through Friday and 1pm to 9pm Sunday.

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Mission Statement:

To improve the behavioral health of McLean County residents and create systemic change through innovative programming and strategies.  “If we help one, we help our partners help even more.  Together we create lasting positive impacts on the behavioral health of McLean County.”

Vision Statement:

McLean County will become a community of resilient residents with strong mental health, built through collaboration.


  1. All programs will seek to reduce usage of local emergency departments when not medically or clinically necessary.
  2. All programs will seek to reduce individuals' entry into the justice system when reatment is the needed and better alternative.
  3. All programs will track data and measure outcomes specific to the program.
  4. All programs will provide quality clinical care to the individuals it serves.