We have the mental health resources to help you when those feelings become severe or disrupt your normal functions. Our caring staff in our outpatient behavioral center works closely with you to devise a plan for treatment and follow-up care.

Experience the Blessing Difference: Outpatient Behavioral Health Center

Our Outpatient Behavioral Health team offers services to adults, adolescents, and children coping with a variety of life's problems. The psychiatrists, therapists, and support staff have been recognized for their excellence and success in treating people. We offer:

  • Largest group of psychiatrists within 100 miles: Our team includes three board-certified child/adolescent psychiatrists and four adult psychiatrists.

  • New care facilities: In 2015, we built two new behavioral health facilities – one for inpatient care and one for outpatient services. These new buildings feature next-generation amenities, security, and construction standards.

  • Comprehensive treatment options: Our outpatient counseling and group therapy programs help people through a vulnerable and difficult time in their lives.

  • Care coordination and discharge planning: We involve your primary care doctor and other health providers in your treatment.

  • Nonprofit status: Blessing Hospital is not-for-profit, so we accept everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. We accept all Medicaid managed-care plans for Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa.

Behavioral Health: Services We Offer

Our psychiatrists, therapists, and support staff treat people with issues including:

  • Unresolved grief

  • Marital and family problems

  • On-the-job difficulties

  • Depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders

  • Behavioral disorders

  • Chemical dependency

Behavioral Health: Resources and Videos

These websites offer many helpful resources for parents, teachers, and caregivers in dealing with violence and traumatic events.

State and national mental health websites:


Blessing offers Outpatient Behavioral Health Services in Quincy:

Blessing Health Center West, 927 Broadway, Suite 331, Quincy, IL 62301

Contact Us

For more information or to refer a patient to the Outpatient Behavioral Health Services, contact us by phone at 217-224-4453 or by fax at 217-224-9383.