Young Minds Center

Trillium Place Young Minds Center in West Peoria, IL

Trillium Place Young Minds Center will be a new child and adolescent inpatient and outpatient center at Carle Health, a not-for-profit healthcare organization. The new center will be a one-stop location for youth services by offering counseling, psychiatry, crisis services, inpatient mental health services and outpatient addiction recovery services all in one location. This state-of-the-art facility will increase inpatient beds, add intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programming, and increase outpatient clinic services. The Young Minds Project fundraising campaign will make this vision of comprehensive care close to home a reality.

Located on a beautiful, wooded campus, the residential setting and innovative design of the center will offer a comfortable, therapeutic environment exclusively for youth and families. Our goal is to create a national model of care to help children and adolescents experiencing behavioral health concerns build a brighter future by expanding and innovating our care delivery.

Trillium Place Young Minds Center is more than a building – it is a hope for the future. Each aspect of the center was created to address a specific need within our community. We seek to build a shining beacon for children’s mental health treatment, and we want it to last for generations to come.

Trillium Place Young Minds Center is part of a larger continuum of behavioral health services at Carle Health called Trillium Place. Trillium Place, an affiliate of Carle Health, offers the most comprehensive mental health and substance use disorder services in our area. The new center is anticipated to open in 2024.

Give today and change the future for youth with mental health and addiction recovery concerns.

Key Features of the Future Behavioral Health Center

Everything Under One Roof.

The center will act as a one-stop behavioral health center for children and their families.

New services for the community.

New and expanded inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services will be available to children and adolescents.

Therapeutic healing environment.

Open spaces, calming colors, an abundance of natural light and plenty of outdoor spaces will anchor the design of the center.

Best-practice therapies.

Youth will have access to many types of therapy including recreation, art and music therapy.

A place for the family.​

Youth mental health and addiction concerns impact more than just the child. The center will incorporate features that ensure families can be actively involved throughout services.

Inpatient school services.

A schoolteacher will be on-site to collaborate with the child’s school and assist with schoolwork - to keep the child on track with assignments while in inpatient services.

Give today and change the future for youth with mental health and addiction recovery concerns.