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Since starting the Mental Health Counseling Program at Hanul in 2018, the program has provided mental health & substance use counseling services to hundreds of Koreans and its neighboring residents in the Chicagoland area. Thanks to two professionally trained bilingual (Korean & English) counselors, Mindwell Counseling has provided counseling services for all age groups free of charge.  

Hyeno Kim, CADC

Behavioral Health Program Director

Addiction Treatment Counselor 

  • Specialties:

    • Substance use

    • Alcohol use

    • Gambling

  • Modalities:

    • Individuals
    • Family

    • Group

  • Languages:

    • Korean
    • English

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Family All Together

  • This program is a free, 12-session educational program for families and friends of people with mental health conditions.

  •  Online and in-person, peer-led support groups for individuals and their families to share information and experiences.

Mental Health First Aid

  • MHFA is the initial help offered to a person developing a mental health or substance use problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. First aid is given until appropriate treatment and support are received or until the crisis resolves. 

  • Trainees learn risk factors and warning signs of mental illness and addiction, and about available treatments. Upon completion, participants better understand the impact mental illnesses and addictions have on a person, their family, and their communities.

Hanul Self-Care (Healthy Mind, Healthy Lives)

  • A self-care group program helps you enhance your health, and well-being, and manage your stress. You will learn to identify activities and practices that support your well-being and help you to sustain positive self-care in the long term.

  • This program helps you to understand self-care, develop your plan, and put your plan into action. 

For further information, please contact Hyeno Kim.  

PHONE: 224-551-1242 |

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