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​It is the hope of DePaul Family and Children Services that the links within these sections will help students, families and members of professional organizations—strengthening their well-being and the well-being of others.


If you are a DePaul student, University Counseling and Psychological Services provides help with issues such as test anxiety, self-esteem, eating concerns, body image, family concerns, couple concerns, depression, motivational problems, relationships, sexual identity and social confidence. Their direct phone number is (773) 325-7779.


Mental Health Net

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)

Children with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD)

National Runaway Safeline

American Psychological Association​​

Illinois Free Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Illinois

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Illinois

Drug Rehab Centers in Illinois​

Methadone Clinics in Illinois

Finding a Job After Rehab​​

Employment Resources for People Recovering From Substance Abuse Issues

Addiction Resources for Individuals with Limited Financial Resources

Guide for Students with Substance Abuse Issues

Guide on Student Athletes and Alcohol Abuse

Information on Social Media Addiction​

Illinois Tenant Rights