Healthcare & Residential
Union County uniquely benefits from a wide variety of healthcare resources!
Union County Hospital is your community healthcare provider; a 25-bed facility with complete inpatient and outpatient care including emergency, medical and surgical services. We believe in the power of people to create great care. We are a Joint Commission accredited facility and are proud to offer a wide range of services, some of which include digital mammography, on-site MRI services, sleep studies, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, in-patient and out-patient therapy services, aquatic therapy, outpatient infusion and transfusion services, wound care and more. And we work hard every day to be a place of healing, caring and connection for patients and families in the community we call home.
Rural Health Inc is a FTCA Deemed, private non-profit community health center located in Southern Illinois. We provide primary care to individuals and families throughout their lives, including obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, adolescent, adult and geriatric medicine. We have four primary care sites, a school-based center at AJ High School and a dental clinic. Our mission is to provide quality health care to patients, regardless of their ability to pay. We accept most major insurance plans, Medicare, Medicaid and have a sliding fee discount for the uninsured.
Public Health has had a presence in southernmost Illinois for over 50 years. Minutes from meetings which are on file at our administrative office indicate that as far back as the early 1930’s, personnel from the State of Illinois were working with local communities to provide the basic public health services we often take for granted such as safe drinking water, controlling communicable diseases (in those days it was tuberculosis and polio), and helping women have healthy babies. When we are doing our job, it’s easy to forget why public health is so important, but next time you drink a glass of water or eat in a restaurant, remember how our job is protecting your health.
The seven counties served by Southern Seven Health Department, including Alexander, Hardin,Johnson, Massac, Pope, Pulaski, and Union, cover 2003 square miles, which is slightly larger than the state of Delaware. We cover more geographic area than any other health department in the State of Illinois. According to the 2010 census, there were 69,008 people living in the seven counties.
The purpose of Union County Counseling Service is to assist in the efforts of individuals residing in the county to improve the quality of their lives by providing services that support maximum independence and autonomy in decision making. UCCS further strives to assist individuals in reaching full recovery from mental illness and to reside in the community setting of their choice.
Remain active and independent during your retirement with the assistance of River to River Residential Communities. No matter what level of care you need or require our professionals can surely accommodate. We are here to assist without making you feel uncomfortable.
River to River Communities offer the best in:
- Assisted living
- Memory care
- Supportive living
- 24-hour professional staff
- Social service coordinator on site
- Private apartment homes
- And much more
Chamness Care is a family owned & operated way for life for the Chamness-Tweedy family. Four generations of caring for others has built a history of credibility in the Southern Illinois area.
Chamness Care, Inc., Community Integrated Living Arrangements provide residential services for adults with intellectual disabilities in local community settings. Settings of eight or fewer individuals are provided with an individually tailored array of services.
Chamness Care, Inc. was founded in December, 1993 when Chamness Care opened its first residential site in Cobden, Illinois. Since then, we have grown to be known as one of Southern Illinois BEST CILA providers. We have customized living arrangements from 2 to eight individuals in a home. Let our family help take care of yours.
The staff at The Fellowship House welcomes you to The Fellowship House Prevention and Treatment Center Rehabilitation program! The Fellowship House Treatment Programs are structured to provide you with basic tools to begin your recovery from alcohol, drug, and or gambling addiction. You will have an opportunity to learn about your illness, explore your thoughts and feelings, and set personal goals.
Persons admitted to the agency are provided with the treatment opportunity to enhance one’s mental, physical, social, and spiritual well being. Your needs are evaluated and the following services may be provided: Individual counseling; family counseling (when indicated); didactic sessions; recreational and leisure activities; adequate rest and proper nutrition; medical consultation and referral, when appropriate; aftercare planning; and referral for continuing treatment.
We believe that family, employers, and significant others involved in your life play a major role in the recovery process. Therefore, their involvement in the overall treatment and aftercare plan is encouraged.