Our Services

Mental Health Services

Our professional counselors meet you where you are

Our mental health clinicians specialize in serving the following groups:

  • People living with HIV and/or have been impacted by HIV
  • People living with Hepatitis C and/or have been impacted by Hepatitis C
  • Anyone who identifies as LGBTQ+ and/or people struggling with their sexual orientation or gender identity
  • People who have experienced a recent sexual assault or domestic violence

Our primary areas of focus include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Anger
  • Stress management 
  • Gender identity and/or transition navigation
  • Sexual orientation
  • Family conflict
  • Relationships
  • Substance abuse
  • Healing from trauma and/or PTSD
  • Healthy sex education

Our team of counselors and social workers offer individual, couples, family, and group therapies. To request counseling services, please call (309) 762-5433.

*Referrals for survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault will receive priority if needed

Jessica Slover, LCPC, LMHC, TCT

Transgender Care Mental Health Services 

Jessica Slover (she/her/hers), LCPC, LMHC, TCT, is certified through the International Transgender Certification Association to provide mental health services to individuals identifying as transgender, gender non-conforming, and/or non-binary. 

To schedule an appointment with Jessica, call 309-762-5433.

International Transgender Certification Association

CLEAR (Choosing Life: Empowerment, Action, Results!)

CLEAR is an evidence-based health promotion intervention for youth and adults (ages 16 or older). CLEAR is unique because it provides clients with the skills to make healthy choices in all areas of their life. In other words, it addresses the client’s overall life context. Our counselors can help you examine your life goals and help you learn skills to avoid making decisions that might harm your health or prevent you from reaching your dreams.

How does it work?

  • 5 Core Sessions (45 min-60 min) where you learns essential cognitive behavioral techniques such as reframing, positive self-talk, and relaxation.
  • At the end of each core sessions you identify both a life goal and one or more prevention goals to focus on throughout the program.

Living with HIV?

People living with HIV can receive a $10 gift card for each of the 5 sessions. Complete all 5 and receive a $50 gift card bonus ($100 total).

Schedule a CLEAR appointment or to learn more, please email Clyde Lipp or call (309) 762-5433.

Support Groups

The HIV/AIDS Support Group meets often, pick the time that is most convenient for you and join us! You do not need to be a patient or client of The Project to attend group therapy/support groups. These groups are open to anyone living with HIV/AIDS. Lunch or dinner is provided.

Because of COVID-19, the HIV/AIDS Support Group has been restructured for the safety of our clients. For more information, contact Jessica at 309-762-5433 or via email.

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