Health and Wellness Resources

 Please call or check each organization’s 
website directly to see how their services 
are changing due to COVID-19/coronavirus. 
COVID-19 | Mental Health | Domestic Violence Community Health | Virtual Fitness for Adults and Kids
COVID-19 Resources
Center for Disease Control 
and Prevention (CDC)
   Find information about COVID-19 and 
how to stay safe and healthy. 

Cook County Department of Public Health
   Learn how Cook County is handling 
the COVID-19 outbreak.
   If you have questions or concerns, 
please call the Cook County COVID-19 
Hotline: 708-633-3319 
Text: “alertcook” to 888-777. 
   You may also call the Illinois 
Department of Public Health coronavirus 
hotline at 1-800-889-3931 or 
COVID-19 DuPage Call Center
   If you are in DuPage County and 
have questions or concerns about COVID-19, 
contact the Health Department COVID-19
Call Center at (630) 221-7030.
Hours: Monday through Saturday  
8 AM - 8 PM,  Sunday 10 AM - 6 PM.

Illinois COVID-19 Hotline
   If you have questions about the new 
Coronavirus, call the Illinois 
Coronavirus Disease 
(COVID-19) Hotline: 
Phone number: 1(800) 889-3931
Mental Health

DuPage County Health Department Crisis 
Hotline (630) 627-1700 is available 
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 
   For anyone who is feeling emotional 
distress or in need of emotional support.

Cook County Mental Health and 
Crisis Intervention Support
   Visit website to see a comprehensive 
list of mental health and crisis
intervention services in Cook County. 

Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) DuPage
(630) 752-0066
   Provides support, advocacy and 
education in order to improve the quality of
life of individuals with mental 
illnesses and their families.

Domestic Violence Resources
Family Shelter Service of Metropolitan 
Family Services, DuPage
   Their 24/7 Domestic Violence Hotline is
still open and will remain open! 
Get Help: (630) 469-5650
Community Health
Pillars Community Health
   Pillars provides medical, dental, 
mental health resources and 
hotlines for Domestic Violence
and Sexual Assault. 

Which numbers to call:
~ 24-hour Crisis Line: 
If you are experiencing a 
Behavioral Health crisis 
(e.g., suicidal thoughts, 
aggression toward others, 
sudden trauma, etc.), 
call 708-745-5277, 
press 1 for English,2 for Spanish, 
then 3 for Mental Health.
~ 24-hour Domestic Violence 
Hotline: 708-485-5254
~ 24-hour Sexual Assault 
Hotline: 708-482-9600
~ COVID Coping Help Line:  
   To touch base with a 
member of our Behavioral Health Team 
for general support amid the coronavirus 
outbreak, call 708-995-3898 
anytime Monday-Friday, 9 am-3 pm. 
   Typical discussions might be: 
"I can't focus/sleep because of the 
uncertainty; I'm feeling anxious; 
I feel like I need to talk to someone; 
I don't know how I can support my child 
through shelter at home; etc." 
We are also releasing a series of videos 
with coping tips here.
~ COVID Medical Symptoms Line: 
   If you are concerned about physical 
symptoms or think you may have been 
exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19), 
call 708-995-3529 to speak with one 
of our medical providers.
~ All other calls: 
   If you would like to set up a sick visit, 
dental appointment, or contact us for an 
in mental health and addictions,
call 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277) 
and follow the prompts.
Virtual Fitness - Adult

   Keep active with free fitness videos 
available such as Bootcamp, Yoga, 
Tai Chi, Active Older Adults

Planet Fitness
   Free fitness videos you can follow 
at home. 

Virtual Fitness - Youth 
(Resources for parents to keep 
kids moving)

Cosmic yoga 
(3 years and up)
   Children can act out popular stories 
through yoga poses and become
 “stronger, calmer, and wiser” as a result. 

   Dance and sing along with kids to 
popular songs.