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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation.

Bloomington Public Library, Illinois, has been offering quality services, programs, and resources for more than 150 years. In 1857, the library opened to the public based on efforts by the Ladies’ Library Association. After Mrs. Sarah B Withers donated land to house a new building, the library relocated and was christened Withers Library in 1887. It kept that name until 1977, when a new library was built at 205 E. Olive St., and the name was changed to Bloomington Public Library.

Heyworth Library - Since 1941, Heyworth has been proud of its library. Through the years the library has expanded in size, people served, and services offered. In 1989 construction was completed on the current library building.

Leroy J.T, & E.J. Crumbaugh Library & Museum is the local library for LeRoy Illinois.

SHOW BUS has been the Public Transportation Provider for all of rural McLean County since 1979. With the help of the McLean County Regional Planning Commission Transportation Advisory Committee, the McLean County Board, and all our friends, Public Transportation is growing rapidly in McLean County. This is a low-cost service.

Downs Food Pantry - The Village of Downs Food Pantry's mission is to serve the people of Tri-Valley School District who need food assistance by providing monthly food boxes and to be on call to assist in any emergency that involves a need for food and emotional support.

Since 1946, the McLean County Health Department has worked to protect the health and wellness of McLean County residents. The department serves the largest geographic county in Illinois, with more than 165,000 residents. Many residents may never walk through the doors of the health department, but they will benefit in some way from the various programs and services we offer. Our goal of protecting the health of the community leads us to adapt to the ever-changing needs of a diverse and growing population. 
We have courses available for 2024.  Youth MHFA is designed for adults who live or work with youth (ages 10 to 18+); Adult MHFA is for any adult who wants to know more about mental illness and how to assist someone who may be developing a mental health problem or may be in crisis.  MHFA for Older Adults is for anyone who lives or cares for older adults.  Did you know that we should be just as mentally sharp at 70 years old as we are at 55 years old?  Older adults who appear to be slowing down mentally may be developing a mental problem or mental illness.  Join one of our courses and learn how you can help. See our attached flyer for the upcoming January 18th course or register for any of our 2024 courses from this link.