The Illinois Crisis Prevention Network
ICPN is designed to meet the behavioral and medical needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are experiencing significant behavioral and medical challenges.
Six Statewide Support Service Teams
The ICPN consists of six statewide Support Service Teams who provide community-based support and consultation services to the person experiencing these challenges, as well as their family and/or service providers.
People referred to ICPN
The Illinois Crisis Prevention Network strives to communicate with and bring all team members together to collaborate in the development and implementation of a clinically appropriate, person-centered plan. Click on the DHS link below to review the process of how to make a referral.
Making a referral
Support Services Teams
The Illinois Crisis Prevention Network currently employs 80 team
members and has served over 3000 referrals since 2010
Support Service Team Locations
Among the staff are psychologists, board-certified behavior analysts, behavior specialists, licensed clinical therapist, qualified intellectual disability professionals, registered nurses, medical doctor, and pharmacists. The Support Service Teams work out of six separate geographic locations as shown on our map. The ICPN Directors consists of:
Tim Baker: 4415 W. Harrison, St 500, Hillside, IL 60162 firstname.lastname@example.org | T: 844-841-4276 ext. 30341
Kim Shontz: 301 Veterans Prkwy, New Lenox, IL 60451 email@example.com | T: 815-717-1717
The people we serve
People referred to ICPN living in a family home were receiving home based support services
People referred to ICPN who also have a mental health diagnosis
Clients with positive outcomes after being refered
Promoting policy and practice that supports all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to access services and resources to pursue meaningful and valued lives.
The Illinois Crisis Prevention Network strives to communicate with and bring all team members together to collaborate in the development and implementation of a clinically appropriate, person-centered plan. Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities: